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Johnstone, Alex. H. (2000b) Teaching of Chemistry - logical or psychological?, Chemistry Education: Research and Practice in Europe, 1(1), pp.9-15.
A.H. Johnstone (1982) "Macro- and microchemistry" School Science Review vol.64 pp.377-379
Cassels, J.R.T. (1980) Language and thinking in science -- some investigations with multiple choice questions Ph.D. thesis, University of Glasgow
Cassels, J.R.T. & Johnstone, A.H. (1983) "The meaning of words and the teaching of chemistry" Education in chemistry vol.20 pp.10-11
Cassels, J.R.T. & Johnstone, A.H. (1984) "The effect of language on student performance on multiple choice tests in chemistry" Journal of Chemical Education vol.61 pp.613-615
The Royal Society of Chemistry (1985) Words that matter in science
Johnstone, A.H. (1991) "Why is science difficult to learn? Things are seldom what they seem" Journal of computer assisted learning vol.7 no.2 pp.75-83
A.H. Johnstone (1991) "Why is Science Difficult to Learn? Things are Seldom What They Seem" Journal of Computer Assisted Learning vol.7, 75-83.
A.H. Johnstone (1993) "The development of chemistry teaching" Journal of Chemical Education vol.70 no.9 pp.701-705
Mackenzie, A M, Johnstone, A H, Brown, R I F (2003) "Learning from Problem Based Learning", U Chem Ed, 7(1), 1-14.
Selepeng, D B (2000) An investigation of intellectual growth in undergraduate biology students using the Perry scheme PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow.
Johnstone, A. H. , Sleet, R. J. and Vianna, J. F.(1994) "An information processing model of learning: Its application to an undergraduate laboratory course in chemistry" Studies in Higher Education vol.19 no.1 pp.77-87
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