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Former REASON Cohort 2013 Members

TitleNameThesis Topic/Thesis supervisionGraduation
Dr. Maryam Alqassab Peer feedback provision and mathematical proofs: Role of domain knowledge, beliefs, perceptions, epistemic emotions, and peer feedback content
  • Prof. Dr. Jan-Willem Strijbos, Prof. Dr. Stefan Ufer, Prof. Dr. John Hattie (University of Melbourne)
Dr. Becker Sandra Revisiting the cognitive-motivational model: A multi-method approach on the function of emotion for reasoning in mathematics
  • Prof. Reihard Pekrun, Prof. Stefan Ufer, Prof. David Putwain (John Moores University)
Dr.  Csanadi Andras Fostering scientific reasoning and argumentation in collaborative problem solving of teacher students
  • Prof. Dr. Ingo Kollar, Prof. Frank Fischer, Prof. David Shaffer (University of California at Berkeley)
Dr. Carlos Mauricio Castaño Diaz How Multiplayer Online Battle Arenas Foster Scientific Reasoning and Argumentation
  • Prof. Birgit Dorner, Prof. Heinrich Hußmann, Prof. Jan-Willem Strijbos (University of Groningen)
Dr.  Katharina Engelmann Fostering scientific reasoning and argumentation: evidence from meta-analytic studies
  • Prof. Dr. Frank Fischer Prof. Dr. Birgit J. Neuhaus Prof. Clark Chinn (Rutgers University)
Prof. Dr. Christian Ghanem Scientific Reasoning & Evidence-Based Practice in Social Work
  • Prof. Dr. Sabine Pankofer, Prof. Dr. Ingo Kollar Prof. Dr. Thomas Lawson (University of Louiseville)
Dr. Janina Klemm Biological Observation Competency in Preschool - the relation to scientific reasoning and opportunities for intervention
  • Prof. Dr. Birgit J. Neuhaus, Prof. Dr. Beate Sodian, Prof. William Boone (Miami University)
Dr. Ansgar Opitz The assessment of scientific reasoning skills: A review of tests and an in-depth analysis of one commonly used test
  • Prof. Dr. Moritz Heene, Prof. Dr. Frank Fischer, Prof. Richard Shavelson (Stanford University)
Dr. Daniel Sommerhoff Mathematical Argumentation, Proof Skills and their Relation to Cognitive Student Prerequisites
  • Prof. Dr. Stefan Ufer, Prof. Dr. Ingo Kollar, Prof. Alan Schoenfeld (University of California at Berkeley)
Dr.  Christian Strobel Watching people fail:
Fostering diagnostic competences with peer feedback on erroneous cognitive modeling examples
  • Prof. Martin Fischer, Prof. Jan-Willem Strijbos, Prof. Kevin Eva (University of British Columbia)