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## Textbooks

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## The Paradigms Project

- David Roundy, Elizabeth Gire, Ethan Minot, Emily van Zee, Corinne A. Manogue,
*Paradigms in Physics 2.0*, 2017 Physics Education Research Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio (2017). (PER-Central listing)

- Corinne A. Manogue and Kenneth S. Krane,
*Paradigms in Physics: Restructuring the Upper Level*, Physics Today**56**, 53–58 (2003). (Copyright Notice) (Physics Today listing)

- Corinne A. Manogue, Philip J. Siemens, Janet Tate, and Kerry Browne (Department of Physics) & Margaret L. Niess and Adam J. Wolfer (Department of Science and Mathematics Education),
*Paradigms in Physics: A New Upper-Division Curriculum*, American Journal of Physics**69**, 978–990 (2001). (Copyright Notice) (AJP listing)

## Scientific Aspects of the Paradigms Project

- MacKenzie Lenz, Paul J. Emigh, Elizabeth Gire,
*Surprise! students don't do special-case analysis when unaware of it*, 2018 Physics Education Research Conference, Washington, DC (2018). (PER-Central listing)

- Corinne A. Manogue, Tevian Dray, Paul Emigh, Elizabeth Gire, David Roundy,
*A learning progression for partial derivatives*, 2017 Physics Education Research Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio (2017). (PER-Central listing)

- Paul J. Emigh, Corinne A. Manogue,
*Student interpretations of partial derivatives*, 2017 Physics Education Research Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio (2017). (PER-Central listing)

- Corinne A. Manogue, Elizabeth Gire, David Roundy,
*Tangible Metaphors*, 2012 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR, pp. 27–30, (2013). (PER-Central listing)

- Emily H. van Zee, Corinne A. Manogue, David Roundy, Elizabeth Gire, Mary Bridget Kustusch, and Novela Auparay,
*Purpose, Preparation, and Power of Narratives*, (2013; unpublished).

- Novela Auparay, Emily H. van Zee, Mary Bridget Kustusch, and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Affordances of Small White Board Questions (SWBQs) for Increasing Interactivity in Upper-Division Physics*, (2013; unpublished).

- Tevian Dray,
*Using three-dimensional spacetime diagrams in special relativity*, American Journal of Physics**81**, 593–596 (2013). (AJP listing)

- Elizabeth Gire, Mary Bridget Kustusch, and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Supporting and sustaining the holistic development of students into practicing physicists*, 2012 Physics Education Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1513**, 19-22 (2012). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

- Joseph F. Wagner, Corinne A. Manogue, and John R. Thompson,
*Representations issues: Using mathematics in upper-division physics*, 2011 Physics Education Research Conference, Omaha, NE: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1413**, 89–92 (2011). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

- Emily van Zee & Corinne A. Manogue,
*Documenting and Interpreting Ways to Engage Students in 'Thinking Like a Physicist'*, 2010 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1289**, 61–64 (2010). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

- Corinne A. Manogue, Leonard Cerny, Elizabeth Gire, Donald B. Mountcastle, Edward Price, and Emily van Zee,
*Upper-Division Activities that Foster 'Thinking Like a Physicist'*, 2010 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1289**, 37–40 (2010). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

- Corinne A. Manogue & Elizabeth Gire,
*Cognitive Development at the Middle-Division Level*, 2009 Physics Education Research Conference, Ann Arbor, MI: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1179**, 19–22 (2009). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

- David H. McIntyre,
*Using Great Circles to Understand Motion on a Rotating Sphere*, American Journal of Physics,**68**, 1097–1105 (2000). (Copyright Notice) (AJP listing)

## E & M

- Justyna P. Zwolak and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Assessing student reasoning in upper-division electricity and magnetism at Oregon State University*, Physical Review Special Topics – Physics Education Research**11**, 020125 (2015). (Physical Review listing)

- Justyna P. Zwolak and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Revealing Differences Between Curricula Using the Colorado Upper-Division Electrostatics Diagnostic*, 2014 Physics Education Research Conference, eds. P.V. Engelhardt, A.D. Churukian, and D.L. Jones, AAPT, pp. 295–298. (PER- Central listing)

- Leonard T. Cerny and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Plastic vs. Solid Resources in Upper-divsion E&M*, (2013; unpublished).

- Justyna P. Zwolak, Mary Bridget Kustusch and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Re-thinking the Rubric for Grading the CUE: The Superposition Principle*, 2013 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR, pp. 385–388, 2013. (PER-Central listing)

- Elizabeth Gire and Edward Price,
*Arrows as Anchors: Conceptual Blending and Student Use of Electric Field Vector Arrows*, 2012 Physics Education Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1513**, 150–153 (2012). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

- Elizabeth Gire and Edward Price,
*Graphical representations of vector functions in upper-division E&M*, 2011 Physics Education Research Conference, Omaha, NE: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1413**, 55–58 (2011). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

- Corinne A. Manogue, Kerry Browne, Tevian Dray, and Barbara Edwards,
*Why is Ampere's law so hard? A look at middle-division physics*, American Journal of Physics,**74**, 344–350 (2006). (Copyright Notice) (AJP listing)

## Thermodynamics

- Paul J. Emigh, Corinne A. Manogue,
*How Students Narrow to Different Paths when Finding Partial Derivatives*(submitted).

- Michael Vignal, Corinne A. Manogue, David Roundy, Elizabeth Gire,
*Analogues in thermodynamics: the Partial Derivative Machine and Legendre transformations*, 2017 Physics Education Research Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio (2017). (PER-Central listing)

- Ian W. Founds, Paul J. Emigh, Corinne A. Manogue,
*Student responses to chain rule problems in thermodynamics*, 2017 Physics Education Research Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio (2017). (PER-Central listing)

- Tevian Dray, Elizabeth Gire, Mary Bridget Kustusch, Corinne A. Manogue, and David Roundy,
*Interpreting Derivatives*, PRIMUS (submitted; invited paper).

- Elizabeth Gire, Tevian Dray, Corinne A. Manogue, and David Roundy, Representations of Partial Derivatives, Proceedings of the Envisioning the Future of Undergraduate STEM Education: Research and Practice Symposium, National Science Foundation (2016). (Symposium Program listing)

- David Roundy, Tevian Dray, Corinne A. Manogue, Joseph F. Wagner, Eric Weber,
*An Extended Theoretical Framework for the Concept of the Derivative*, Proceedings of the 2015 Research in Undergraduate Math Education Conference (RUME18), eds. Tim Fukawa-Connelly et al., MAA, pp. 838–843.

- David Roundy, Eric Weber, Tevian Dray, Rabindra R. Bajracharya, Allison Dorko, Emily M. Smith, and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Experts' understanding of partial derivatives using the Partial Derivative Machine*, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res.,**11**, 020126, (2015). (Physical Review listing)

- David J. Roundy, Eric Weber, Grant Sherer, and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Experts' Understanding of Partial Derivatives Using the Partial Derivative Machine*[UPLOAD PDF, DIFFERENT FROM ABOVE LISTING?], 2014 Physics Education Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 227-230, 2014. (PER-Central listing)

- David Roundy, Mary Bridget Kustusch, and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Name the experiment! Interpreting thermodynamic derivatives as thought experiments*, American Journal of Physics,**82(1)**, pp. 39-46 (2014). (AJP listing)

- Mary Bridget Kustusch, David Roundy, Tevian Dray, and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Partial derivative games in thermodynamics: A cognitive task analysis*, Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research,**10**, 010101 (2014). (Physical Review listing)

- David Roundy, Ayush Gupta, Joseph F. Wagner, Tevian Dray, Mary Bridget Kustusch and Corinne A. Manogue
*From Fear to Fun in Thermodynamics*, 2013 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR, pp. 42–45, 2013. (PER-Central listing)

- Grant Sherer, Mary Bridget Kustusch, Corinne A. Manogue, and David Roundy,
*The Partial Derivative Machine*, 2013 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR, pp. 341–344, 2013. (PER-Central listing)

- David Roundy, Michael Rogers,
*Exploring the Thermodynamics of a Rubber Band*, American Journal of Physics,**81**, 20–23 (2013). (Copyright Notice) (AJP listing)

- Mary Bridget Kustusch, David Roundy, Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue,
*An expert path through a thermo maze*, 2012 Physics Education Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1513**, 234-237 (2012). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

- John R. Thompson, Corinne A. Manogue, David J. Roundy, and Donald B. Mountcastle,
*Representations of partial derivatives in thermodynamics*, 2011 Physics Education Research Conference, Omaha, NE: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1413**, 85–88 (2011). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

## Quantum Mechanics

- Emily M. Smith, Justyna P. Zwolak, and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Student difficulties with complex numbers*, 2015 Physics Education Research Conference, College Park, MD, pp. 311–314, 2015. (PER-Central listing)

- Corinne Manogue, Elizabeth Gire, David McIntyre, and Janet Tate,
*Representations for a spins-first approach to quantum mechanics*, 2011 Physics Education Research Conference, Omaha, NE: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1413**, 27-30 (2011). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

- Elizabeth Gire and Corinne Manogue,
*Making sense of quantum operators, eigenstates, and quantum measurements*, 2011 Physics Education Research Conference, Omaha, NE: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1413**, 195–198 (2011). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

- Elizabeth Gire & Corinne Manogue,
*Resources Students Use to Understand Quantum Mechanical Operators*, 2008 Physics Education Research Conference, Edmonton, Canada: AIP Conference Proceedings,**1064**, 115–118 (2008). (PER-Central listing, AIP listing)

## Computation

- David H. McIntyre, Janet Tate, and Corinne Manogue,
*Integrating computational activities into the upper-level Paradigms in Physics curriculum at Oregon State University*, American Journal of Physics,**76**, 340–346 (2008). (Copyright Notice) (AJP listing)

## Vector Calculus Bridge Project

*(Related to the Symmetries and Idealizations and Static Vector Fields Paradigms)*

- Tevian Dray,
*Using Differentials to Determine the Derivatives of Trigonometric and Exponential Functions*, College Mathematics Journal**44**, 17–23 (2013). (MAA listing)

- Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Putting Differentials Back into Calculus*, College Mathematics Journal**41**, 90–100 (2010). (MAA listing)

- Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue,
*The Geometry of the Dot and Cross Products*JOMA**6**, (June 2006). (MathML version)

- Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Bridging the Gap between Mathematics and the Physical Sciences*, in: Preparing Future Science and Mathematics Teachers, eds. Diane Smith and Elisabeth Swanson, Montana State University, Bozeman, 2005, pp. 39–41.

- Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Bridging the Gap between Mathematics and Physics*, APS Forum on Education, Spring 2004, pp. 13–14. (APS Forum listing)

- Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Spherical Coordinates*, College Mathematics Journal**34**, 168–169 (2003). (MAA listing)

- Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue,
*The Murder Mystery Method for Determining Whether a Vector Field is Conservative*, College Mathematics Journal**34**, 228–231 (2003). (MAA listing)

- Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Using Differentials to Bridge the Vector Calculus Gap*, College Mathematics Journal**34**, 283–290 (2003). (MAA listing)

- Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Electromagnetic Conic Sections*, American Journal of Physics**70**, 1129–1135 (2002). (Copyright Notice) (AJP listing)

- Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue,
*Bridging the Vector (Calculus) Gap*, in Pathways to Change: An International Conference on Transforming Math and Science Education in the K16 Continuum, Proceedings (CD-ROM; Arlington 2002) ed. Morton M. Sternheim, (2002).

- Tevian Dray & Corinne A. Manogue,
*The Vector Calculus Gap*, PRIMUS**9**, 21–28 (1999). (Taylor & Francis listing)

## Posters

See this page.

## Student Theses

- Michael Goldtrap (B.S. 2016), Mapping Mathematical Tools to Physical Models: An Evaluation of the ACER Framework

- Emily Smith (Ph.D. 2016), Students' Understanding of Complex Numbers in Middle-Division Physics

- Grant Sherer (B.S. Honors 2014), Examining Upper-Division Thermodynamics Using the Actor Oriented Transfer Framework

- Emily Smith (M.S. 2015), Student and Textbook Presentation of Divergence

- Leonard Cerny (Ph.D. 2012), Geometric reasoning in an active-engagement upper-division E&M classroom

- Leonard Cerny (M.S. 2007), Using Interrelated Activities to Develop Student Understanding of Electric and Magnetic Fields

- Joshua Stager (B.S. 2006), Creating the Paradigm Portfolio: A new exercise in web-based curriculum documentation

- Kerry Browne (Ph.D. 2002),
*A Case Study of How Upper-Division Physics Students Use Visualization While Solving Electrostatics Problems*

- Katherine Meyer (M.S. 1998), The Integration of Interactive Activities into Lecture in Upper-Divison Theory Courses (Warning: large file–this is a scanned pdf)

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