Andrew Shouse

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This study examines how two kinds of authentic research experiences related to smoking behavior-genotyping human DNA (wet lab) and using a database to test hypotheses about factors that affect smoking behavior (dry lab)-influence students' perceptions and understanding of scientific research and related science concepts. The study used pre and post surveys(More)
I ncreasingly, scientists use information and communications technology to analyze large repositories of existing data. Engaging students in database investigations has great potential for providing authentic research experiences that are low cost and refl ect contemporary science practice. Through a collaboration between Genome Sciences and the Institute(More)
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