Science & Education | 1999(08) articles
- Children's Theories and the Drive to Explain
- Scientific Theories and Naive Theories as Forms of Mental Representation : Psychologism Revived
- Status and Subscribing : A Response to Schwitzgebel
- Developmental and Educational Perspectives on Theory Change : To Have and Hold, or To Have and Hone?
- On the Explanation of Change in Science and Cognition
- Theoretical Commitment and Implicit Knowledge : Why Anomalies do not Trigger Learning
- Reply to Commentators : Scientific and Everyday Theories are of a Piece