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Cannabis Withdrawal, Posttreatment Abstinence, and Days to First Cannabis Use Among Emerging Adults in Substance Use Treatment
Very little prospective research investigates how cannabis withdrawal is associated with treatment outcomes, and this work has not used the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5thExpand
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Judgments of physics problem difficulty among experts and novices
Students’ ability to effectively study for an exam, or to manage their time during an exam, is related to their metacognitive capacity. Prior research has demonstrated the effective use ofExpand
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Evidence that communities of practice are associated with active learning in large STEM lectures
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We found that student-centric, active learning practices correlated with students attending and actively participating in class, an effect that is stronger for courses taught by instructors who were members of a community of practice. Expand
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Using a Computer-based Testing Facility to Improve Student Learning in a Programming Languages and Compilers Course
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We present a quasi-experimental study to examine the effect of using frequent, automated examinations in an advanced computer science course to improve students' learning. Expand
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Using computer adaptive testing to assess physics proficiency and improve exam performance in an introductory physics course
Prior research has established that students often underprepare for midterm examinations yet remain overconfident in their proficiency. Research concerning the testing effect has demonstrated thatExpand
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Do Experts and Novices Direct Attention Differently in Examining Physics Diagrams? A Study of Change Detection Using the Flicker Technique.
It is known that experts identify or perceive meaningful patterns in visual stimuli related to their domain of expertise. This study explores the speed with which experts and novices detect changesExpand
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Exploring the relationship between gesture and student reasoning regarding linear and exponential growth
Leading middle school students to effectively reason with magnitude, small and large-scale quantities, and linear and exponential growth is a challenge facing science teachers in the U.S. working toExpand
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