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Conceptual Representations of Flu and Microbial Illness Held by Students, Teachers, and Medical Professionals

Conceptual Representations of Flu and Microbial Illness Held by Students, Teachers, and Medical Professionals,10.1111/j.1949-8594.2008.tb17836.x,Schoo

Conceptual Representations of Flu and Microbial Illness Held by Students, Teachers, and Medical Professionals   (Citations: 4)
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Journal: School Science and Mathematics , vol. 108, no. 6, pp. 263-278, 2008
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    • ...For example, students in elementary and middle school think that a virus is larger than a bacterium because they perceive that it is more virulent (Jones and Rua 2008)...

    M. Gail Joneset al. Conceptualizing Magnification and Scale: The Roles of Spatial Visualiz...

    • ...These research topics are widely varied and include collecting information to improve patient safety with medication [3], understanding neighborhood characteristics related to mental well-being [4], mapping out healthcare networks [5], evaluating patient educational programs [6,7], understanding how different populations view microbial illnesses [8], diagramming as part of nursing education that is evidence-based [9] and involves critical ...
    • ...Of the 80 articles included in our review, 53 were published studies [1,4-15,19-58], 19 were dissertations [59-77], 2 were books [78,79] and 6 represented grey literature [3,80-84], including unpublished working papers submitted by key experts and reports available on the internet...
    • ...In some cases the additional data collection methods were used explicitly in conjunction with the diagramming techniques, such as creating the diagram within interviews or discussion of the diagrams in later focus groups or interviews [8,23,39,59,60,67]...

    Muriah J Umoquitet al. A multidisciplinary systematic review of the use of diagrams as a mean...

    • ...Data from the card sort task were analyzed using multi-dimensional scaling methods (Jones and Rua 2008; Tsogo and Masson 2000)...

    Grant Ean Gardneret al. Science Instructors’ Perceptions of the Risks of Biotechnology: Implic...

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