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Irving, P.W. and Sayre, E.C. “Becoming a physicist: the roles of research, mindsets and milestones in upper-division student perceptions.” Physics Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research 11 (2015): 020120.

Pawlak, A., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M. D. “Identification of a shared answer- making epistemic game in a group context.” Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings 2015, AIP Conference Proceedings. (2015).

Obsniuk, M.J., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M. D. “A Case Study: Novel Group Interactions through Introductory Computational Physics.” Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings 2015, AIP Conference Proceedings. (2015).

Irving, P.W. and Sayre, E.C. “Identity Statuses in upper-division physics students.” Cultural Studies of Science Education 11 (2016): 1155–1200.

Irving, P.W. and Sayre, E.C. “Developing physics identities.” Physics Today 69.5 (2016): 46.

Pawlak, A ., Irving. P.W. and Caballero, M. D. “Development of modes of collaboration framework.” In review: Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research.

Irving, P.W., Obsniuk, M.J. and Caballero, M.D. “P^3: A Practice Focused Learning Environment.” Accepted EJP. (2017).

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A. Nair., S.D. St. Peter, K. Tsao, D.J. Ostlie and G.W. Holcomb III. “Thoracoscopy for Malignancy in Children.” Surgical Endoscopy 21.Supp 1 (2007): S476.

S.D. St. Peter, S.J. Keckler, A. Nair., W.S. Andrews, R.J. Sharp, C.L. Snyder, D.J. Ostlie and G.W. Holcomb III “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in the Pediatric Population.” Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques 18.1 (2008): 127-130.

K. Tsao, S.D. St. Peter, S.W. Sharp, A. Nair, W.S. Andrews, R.J. Sharp, C.L. Snyder, D.J. Ostlie and G.W. Holcomb III. “Current Application of Thoracoscopy in Children.” Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques 18.1 (2008): 131-135.

K. Tsao, S.D. St. Peter, P.A. Valusek, T.L. Spilde, S.J. Keckler, A. Nair., D.J. Ostlie and G.W. Holcomb III. “Management of Pediatric Acute Appendicitis in the Computed Tomographic Era.” Journal of Surgical Research 147.2 (2008): 221-224.

Geller, B.D., Dreyfus, B.W., Gouvea, J.S., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Redish, E.F. “Like dissolves like: Unpacking student reasoning about thermodynamic heuristics.” Proceedings of the 2013 Physics Education Research Conference, American Association of Physics Teachers. (2014): 157-160.

Dreyfus, B.W., Geller, B.D., Gouvea, J.S., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Redish, E.F. “Negative energy:  Why interdisciplinary physics requires multiple ontologies.” Proceedings of the 2013 Physics Education Research Conference, American Association of Physics Teachers. (2014): 129-132.

Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Gouvea, J.S. “Harnessing Affinity Towards Biology to Support Diversity in Physics.” Proceedings of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference. (2014).

Redish, E.F., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. “The role physics can play in a multi-disciplinary curriculum for non- physics scientists and engineers.” Proceedings of the Frontiers in Mathematics and Science Education Research Conference. (2014).

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