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Tree-thinking papers

    • David A. Baum, Stacey DeWitt Smith, Samuel S. S. Donovan 2005. Evolution: The Tree-Thinking Challenge. Science, 310(5750) : 979-980 (11 November 2005) | abstract | html | pdf |Tree-Thinking Quizzes I and II
    • Baum, D. A., S. D. Smith, and S. S. Donovan. 2005. The tree thinking challenge. Science, 310:979–980. abstract.※「tree-thinking」に関するリテラシー向上の必要性について.コメント欄も要注意.
    • Goldsmith, D. W. 2003. The great clade race: Presenting cladistic thinking to biology majors and general science students. The American Biology Teacher, 65:679–682. abstract.本論文を引用した文献のリストがとても参考になる.いくつかピックアップ:


      • Richard P. Meisel 2010. Teaching Tree-Thinking to Undergraduate Biology Students. Evolution: Education and Outreach, 3(4): 621-628. abstract
      • Kefyn M. Catley, Laura R. Novick, Courtney K. Shade 2010. Interpreting evolutionary diagrams: When topology and process conflict. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 47(7): 861-882. abstract
      • Laura R. Novick, Courtney K. Shade, Kefyn M. Catley 2011. Linear versus branching depictions of evolutionary history: Implications for diagram design. Topics in Cognitive Science, 3(3): 536–559. abstract
      • David A. Baum and Susan Offner 2008. Phylogenics and tree-thinking. The American Biology Teacher, 70(4): 222-229 abstract
      • T. Ryan Gregory 2008. Understanding evolutionary trees. Evolution: Education and Outreach, 1(2): 121-137 abstract.これは手元にある.
      • Eli Meir, Judy Perry, Jon C. Herron, and Joel Kingsolver. 2007. College students' misconceptions about evolutionary trees. The American Biology Teacher, 69(7): e71-e76. abstract


  • Novick, L. R. and K. M. Catley 2007. Understanding phylogenies in biology: The influence of a Gestalt perceptual principle. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 13: 197–223. abstract
  • Sandvik, H. 2008. Tree thinking cannot taken for granted: Challenges for teaching phylogenetics. Theory in Biosciences, 127: 45–51. abstract
  • Staub, N. L., P. G. Pauw, and D. Pauw 2006. Seeing the forest through the trees: Helping students appreciate life's diversity by building the Tree of Life. The American Biology Teacher, 68: 149–151. abstract

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