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L. Lising, PERC 2007 Proceedings, 140-143.
This paper discusses an approach to exploring the divide between students' stances toward their own learning and their perceptions of what is productive for the scientific community…
  
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B. Gutmann, E. Ochoa-Madrid, and A. Olmstead, PERC 2020 Proceedings, 191-197.
Physics has greatly impacted society, both in solving problems and perpetuating harm. Yet we rarely train physics students to grapple with their responsibilities to society by…
  
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E. Ochoa-Madrid, A. Olmstead, and B. Gutmann, PERC 2019 Proceedings, 423-428.
The societal implications of technology developed through physics research are not always clear. Physicists need to use ethical reasoning skills to maneuver through morally ambiguous…
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R. Fuller, R. Karplus, and A. Lawson, Phys. Today, 30 (2), 23-28 (1977).
The findings of Swiss scholar Jean Piaget suggest that it can - by helping people achieve a series of four distinct but overlapping stages of intellectual growth as they search for…
  
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Publisher: National Academies Press - Book
This book describes the ethical foundations of scientific practices and some of the personal and professional issues that researchers encounter in their work. It applies to all forms…