"Thick, Thin, and Becoming a Virtuous Arguer"
Topoi (2016) 35: 359-366
“Intellectual Virtue and Maverick Perception”
Educating for intellectual Virtues, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles.
“Enabling change: Transformative and transgressive learning in feminist ethics and epistemology”
Teaching Philosophy, 32:2, pp. 177-198. With David W. Concepcion.
“Women and cognitive authority in the knowledge economy”
Knowledge Policy: Challenges for the 21st Century. Ed. Hearn, Greg and David Rooney, Cheltenham, UK, 45-58
“Epistemic Presuppositions and their Consequences”
Metaphilosophy, 34: 1/2, 48-68. Reprinted in Moral and Epistemic Virtues, M. Brady and D. Pritchard (eds.), Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 2003, 47-66.
“Teaching scientific literacy through attribution theory”
Handbook of Demonstrations and Activities in Teaching Psychology, edited by Mark Ware and David Johnson, Lawrence Erlbaum Associate, Publishers, Mahwah, New Jersey, Second Edition, Volume 3, 189-193. This paper first appeared as: "Teaching Scientific Literacy through Attribution Theory," Teaching of Psychology, 23:2, 1996, 87-91. With Mary E. Kite.
“The Structure of Virtue Epistemology”
Acta Analytica, 15:24, 73-87.
“The Nature of Science: A Perspective from the Philosophy of Science”
Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 36:1 107-116.
“An Epistemological Base for the Problem Solving Model of Creativity”
Philosophica, 64: 2, 49-63.
“Thinking critically about global environmental issues”
Journal of Geography 98, 68-78. With James Eflin.
“Educating for Scientific Literacy”
The Journal on Excellence in College Teaching 6:1, 31-43..
“An Exercise for Improving Student Papers in 'Introduction to Philosophy' Courses”
In the Socratic Tradition: Essays on Teaching Philosophy, edited by Tziporah Kasachkoff, Roman and Littlefield Publishers, 47-53. First published in American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Teaching Philosophy, Spring, 1994.