– Alvarez, C., Does Philosophy improve Critical Thinking Skills? 2007. Een meta-analyse van onderzoeken naar de effectiviteit van verschillende methodieken ter ontwikkeling van kritische denkvaardigheden.  Klik hier voor een schematische samenvatting met toelichting van de resultaten. Voor de meta-analyse van Alvarez zelf: klik hier (zie met name Hoofdstuk 5).

Cahill, Ann J., Bloch-Schulman, Stephen, Argumentation Step-By-Step. Teaching Philosophy, Volume 35, issue 1 March 2012, 41-62.

– Davies, W.M., Computer-Aided Mapping and the Teaching of Critical Thinking: Part I. Inquiry: Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines. vol. 27, no. 2, pages 15 – 30,  2012, DOI: 10.5840/inquiryct20122729

– Davies, W.M., Computer-Aided Argument Mapping and the Teaching of Critical Thinking: Part II. Inquiry: Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines vol. 27, no. 3, pages 16 – 28,  2012, DOI: 10.5840/inquiryct201227317

– Davies, W.M., ‘Not quite right’ : helping students to make better arguments. Teaching in Higher Education. Vol.13, No. 3, June 2008, 327-340.

Davies, W.M., Concept Mapping, Mind Mapping and Argument Mapping: What are the differences and do they matter? 2007.

– Dwyer, C., Hogan, M., & Stewart, I. (2012): An evaluation of argument mapping as a method of enhancing critical thinking performance in e-learning environments. Metacognition and Learning, 7(3), 219-244.

– Dwyer, C., Hogan, M., & Stewart, I. (2013): An examination of the effects of argument mapping on students ‘ memory and comprehension performance. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 8(0), 11-24. doi:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tsc.2012.12.002

– Eftekhari, M., Sotoudehnama, E., Marandi, S., Computer-aided argument mapping in an EFL setting: does technology precede traditional paper and pencil approach in developing critical thinking? Education Technology Research, February 2016.

– Elsegood, S.,Teaching Critical Thinking in an English for Academic Purposes Program using a ‘Claims and Supports’ Approach. Refereed paper presented at the 10th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference, 2007.

– Gelder, T. van, Teaching Critical Thinking: Some Lessons from Cognitive Science. 2005. College Teaching, 53,1, pp. 41-46. (2005).

Nederlandse vertaling: Het doceren van kritisch denken. Lessen uit de cognitiewetenschap. Voor een schematische samenvatting van het artikel, klik hier

– Gelder, T. van, What is Argument Mapping? 

– Gelder, T. van, Bissett, M., Cumming, G., Cultivating Expertise in Informal Reasoning. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2004, 58:2. Verslag van onderzoek naar het belang van oefenen (‘dedicated practice’) voor de ontwikkeling van kritische denkvaardigheden.

– Gelder, T. van., Using argument mapping to improve critical thinking skills. The Palgrave Handbook Critical Thinking in Higher Education. Edited by Martin Davies and Ronald Barnett. 2015.

– Mara Harrell (Carnegie Mellon University) doet systematisch onderzoek naar het effect van redeneerschema’s maken op de ontwikkeling van kritische denkvaardigheden in haar eigen onderwijs. Voor haar publicaties zie hier.

– Rider, Yanna; Thomason, Neil (2008), Cognitive and Pedagogical Benefits of Argument Mapping: L.A.M.P. Guides The Way to Better Thinking . Knowledge Cartography, Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing. Springer-Verlag London.

 The Monash Critical Thinking Study, 2004-2007.

‘Many people reason poorly, by almost any measure of reasoning. Although there is evidence that people can be taught to think critically, educators don’t really know how. They don’t know what works, what doesn’t, or why. This report describes the Monash Critical Thinking Study – a three year project to investigate the effectiveness of a number of teaching methods for improving critical thinking.’