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Submissions from 2016

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"But I already know all about sex!" Distinguishing Beliefs from Empirical Facts when Teaching Sex, Gender, and Sexuality, Sarah Grison

Submissions from 2015

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Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning: Putting the Results of Psychological Research to Work in our Classrooms, Sarah Grison

Submissions from 2014

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Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning: From Theory to Practice, Sarah Grison

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Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning: From Theory to Practice, Sarah Grison

Submissions from 2013

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Beyond “Remember” and “Understand”: Can Online Homework Tools Augment Students’ Higher Order Thinking Skills?, Crystal Carlson, Genevieve M. Henricks-Lepp, and Sarah Grison

Submissions from 2012

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Walking the Walk: Using Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning to Improve Teaching Training, Sarah Grison, Stephanie Seiler, and Crystal Carlson

Submissions from 2011

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Using Low-Stakes Repeated Testing Can Improve Student Learning: How (Some) Practice Makes Perfect, Sarah Grison, Steven G. Luke, Aya Shigeto, and Patrick D.K. Watson

Submissions from 2010

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Because You Can't Teach It All and They Won't Read It All: Student Response Systems Do Improve Learning, Steven G. Luke, Sarah Grison, Aya Shigeto, and Patrick D.K. Watson

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Left Behind: Despite Positive Attitudes, Learning Is Modulated by Prior Academic Achievement, Aya Shigeto, Sarah Grison, Steven G. Luke, and Patrick D.K. Watson

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Practice Makes Perfect: Improving Learning of At-risk Students, Patrick D.K. Watson, Sarah Grison, Steven G. Luke, and Aya Shigeto

Submissions from 2009

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Best Practices in Using Student Response Systems (SRS), Sarah Grison and Robert Bartsch

Submissions from 2005

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Inhibition of object identity in inhibition of return: Implications for encoding and retrieving inhibitory processes, Sarah Grison, Matthew Paul, Klaus Kessler, and Steven Tipper

Submissions from 2001

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Negative priming and perceptual fluency: More than what meets the eye, Sarah Grison and David Strayer