2008 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
Her studies in Social psychology integrate themes in fields like Ask price, Economy, Linguistics, Narrative and Anatomy, Club. Her research combines Ask price and Economy. She combines topics linked to Narrative with her work on Linguistics. Her research on Anatomy frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Club. Her Context (archaeology) study frequently links to related topics such as Paleontology. Paleontology is closely attributed to Context (archaeology) in her study. Patricia A. Alexander integrates Portfolio with Finance in her study. Finance and Portfolio are two areas of study in which she engages in interdisciplinary research. Her research brings together the fields of Risk assessment and Computer security.
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Coming to Terms: How Researchers in Learning and Literacy Talk About Knowledge
Patricia A. Alexander;Diane L. Schallert;Victoria C. Hare.
Review of Educational Research (1991)
The Interaction of Domain-Specific and Strategic Knowledge in Academic Performance:
Patricia A. Alexander;Judith E. Judy.
Review of Educational Research (1988)
A Motivated Exploration of Motivation Terminology.
P. Karen Murphy;Patricia A. Alexander.
Contemporary Educational Psychology (2000)
Focusing the Conceptual Lens on Metacognition, Self-Regulation, and Self-Regulated Learning.
Daniel L. Dinsmore;Patricia A. Alexander;Sandra M. Loughlin.
Educational Psychology Review (2008)
Metacognition: Answered and Unanswered Questions
Ruth Garner;Patricia A. Alexander.
Educational Psychologist (1989)
The Development of Expertise: The Journey From Acclimation to Proficiency
Patricia A. Alexander.
Educational Researcher (2003)
Interrelationship of Knowledge, Interest, and Recall: Assessing a Model of Domain Learning
Patricia A. Alexander;Tamara L. Jetton;Jonna M. Kulikowich.
Journal of Educational Psychology (1995)
Beliefs About Academic Knowledge
Michelle M. Buehl;Patricia A. Alexander.
Educational Psychology Review (2001)
A Perspective on Strategy Research: Progress and Prospects
Patricia A. Alexander;Steven Graham;Karen R. Harris.
Educational Psychology Review (1998)
The Role of Subject-Matter Knowledge and Interest in the Processing of Linear and Nonlinear Texts
Patricia A. Alexander;Jonna M. Kulikowich;Jonna M. Kulikowich;Tamara L. Jetton;Tamara L. Jetton.
Review of Educational Research (1994)
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