Powercatgoldy.bmpEffects of Attentional Cueing on Novice Problem Solvers

Tanner J. Stevens

This program is funded by the National Science Foundation through grant number PHY-0851599.



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Working With:

Advisor:  Dr. N. Sanjay Rebello

Graduate Student: Adrian Carmichael


Kansas State University

Physics Department  

REU Program

NSF Homepage


Welcome! This page summarizes my experience doing research in the Summer of 2010 at Kansas State University with the

Physics Education Research group.  I am working on determining how students respond to visual cues when solving introductory

physics problems.


Above are some links to my Project, Other REU Experiences Iíve had this summer (Lectures on Scientific Ethics, Lectures by

program coordinator Larry Weaver), and a page that tells a little bit about me.




Special Thanks!


Iíd like to thank everyone thatís made my time here this summer such a great experience!In no distinct order:


Kansas State University†††††††††††††††††††††

Adrian Carmichael

Dr. Sanjay Rebello


Dr. Larry Weaver

Dr. Kristan Corwin

Dr. Brian Washburn

Dr. Bruce Glymour

Dr. Amy Lara

The National Science Foundation


If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to send me a message!


Tanner Stevens

Department of Physics and Astronomy

University of Minnesota

Minneapolis, MN 55455