Stephen Christopher Yanchar, Ph.D.

"Stephen Yanchar"
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Lois A. Bobo grad student 2003 BYU
Susan J. Clark grad student 2006 BYU
Jonathan S. Spackman grad student 2013 BYU
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Yanchar SC. (2015) Truth and Disclosure in Qualitative Research: Implications of Hermeneutic Realism Qualitative Research in Psychology. 12: 107-124
Yanchar SC, Hawkley MN. (2015) Instructional design and professional informal learning: Practices, tensions, and ironies Educational Technology and Society. 18: 424-434
Spackman JS, Yanchar SC. (2014) Embodied Cognition, Representationalism, and Mechanism: A Review and Analysis Journal For the Theory of Social Behaviour. 44: 46-79
Yanchar SC, Hawkley M. (2014) "There's got to be a better way to do this": A qualitative investigation of informal learning among instructional designers Educational Technology Research and Development. 62: 271-291
Yanchar SC, Spackman JS, Faulconer JE. (2013) Learning as embodied familiarization Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. 33: 216-232
Yanchar SC. (2011) Using numerical data in explicitly interpretive, contextual inquiry: A "practical discourse" framework and examples from Engeström's research on activity systems Theory and Psychology. 21: 179-199
Westerman MA, Yanchar SC. (2011) Changing the terms of the debate: Quantitative methods in explicitly interpretive research Theory and Psychology. 21: 139-154
Yanchar SC. (2011) Participational Agency Review of General Psychology. 15: 277-287
Williams DD, South JB, Yanchar SC, et al. (2011) How do instructional designers evaluate? A qualitative study of evaluation in practice Educational Technology Research and Development. 59: 885-907
Yanchar SC, Gabbitas BW. (2011) Between eclecticism and orthodoxy in instructional design Educational Technology Research and Development. 59: 383-398
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