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SELECTED REFLECTIVE JUDGMENT AND BEHAVIOR REFERENCES

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Boyes, M.C. and M. Chandler, Cognitive development, epistemic doubt, and identity formation in adolescence. Journal of Youth & Adolescence, 1992. 21: p. 3.

Cicala, J.J., The relationship between student involvement and reflective judgement for students attending a community college. 1997.

Dunkle, M.E., et al., The relationship between epistemological beliefs and causal reasoning, in Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. 1994: New Orleans, LA.

Guthrie, V.L., The relationship of levels of intellectual development and levels of tolerance for diversity among college students, in Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities & Social Sciences. 1997. p. 4666.

Hofer, B., Epistemological beliefs and first-year college students: Motivation and cognition in different instructional contexts, in Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association. 1994: Los Angeles.

Kajanne, A., Structure and content: The relationship between reflective judgment and laypeople's viewpoints. Journal of Adult Development, 2003. 10(3): p. 173-188.

Kardash, C.M. and R.J. Scholes, Effects of preexisiting beliefs, epistemological beliefs, and need for cognition on interpretation of controversial issues. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1996. 88(2): p. 260-271.

King, P.M. and B.C. Shuford, A multicultural view is a more cognitively complex view: Cognitive development and multicultural education. American Behavioral Scientist, 1996. 40: p. 153-164.

Kirk, S.L., The assessment of learning styles and cognitive development of adult students in a higher education setting: Implications for teaching, administration, and advisement, in Dissertation Abstracts International, 50, 3863. 1986, Oklahoma State University: Stillwater.

King, P. M., & Kitchener, K. S. (1994). Developing reflective judgment: Understanding and promoting intellectual growth and critical thinking in adolescents and adults. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Kozak, A.I., Epistemological development and adaptation: Reflective judgment and stressful affect and their relationship to affect-tolerance and attributions of pragmatic structure, in Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering. 1996. p. 0699.

Lodewyk, K.R., Relations among epistemological beliefs, academic achievement, and task performance in secondary school students. Educational Psychology, 2007. 27(3): p. 307-327.

Mason, L. and P. Boscolo, Role of epistemological understanding and interest in interpreting a controversy and in topic-specific belief change. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 2004. 29: p. 103€“128.

Mines, R.A., et al., Stages of intellectual development and associated critical thinking skills in college students. Journal of College Student Development, 1990. 31: p. 538-547.

Qian, G. and D. Alvermann, Role of epistemological beliefs and learned helplessness in secondary school students€“ learning science concepts from text. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1995. 87: p. 282€“292.

Ryan, M.P., Conceptions of prose coherence: Individual differences in epistemological standards. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1984. 76(6): p. 1226-1238.

Schoenfeld, A.H., Mathematical problem solving. 1985, New York: Academic Press.

Schommer, M., A. Crouse, and N. Rhodes, Epistemological beliefs and mathematical text comprehension: Believing it is simple does not make it so. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1992. 84: p. 435-443.

Schommer, M., Effects of beliefs about the nature of knowledge on comprehension. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1990. 82: p. 498-504.

Schommer, M., Epistemological development and academic performance among secondary students. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1993. 85: p. 406-411.

Schommer, M., et al., The development of epistemological beliefs among secondary students: A longitudinal study. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1997. 89: p. 37-40.

Schraw, G., M.E. Dunkle, and L.D. Benedixen, Cognitive processes in well-defined and ill-defined problem-solving. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 1995. 9: p. 523€“538.

Schutz, P.A., P.R. Pintrich, and A.J. Young, Epistemological beliefs, motivation, and student learning, in Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. 1993: Atlanta, GA.

Whitmire, E., The relationship between undergraduates epistemological beliefs, reflective judgment, and their information-seeking behavior. Information Processing and Management, 2004. 40: p. 97-111.

Qian, G. and D. Alvermann, Role of epistemological beliefs and learned helplessness in secondary school students' learning science concepts from text. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1995. 87: p. 282€“292.

Ryan, M.P., Conceptions of prose coherence: Individual differences in epistemological standards. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1984. 76(6): p. 1226-1238.

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