90. Bretz, S.L. "Equilibrium and Stress: Balancing One Marriage, a "Two-Body” Problem,     
      and Three Children.” In 
Mom the Chemistry Professor: Personal Accounts and Advice
      from Chemistry Professors who are Mothers
(2nd edition), (Cole, Marzabadi, Webster,
      and Woznack, Eds.)
Springer Press, 2018, 57–74

89. Cheng, Z.; VanPelt, J.; Bergstrom, A.; Bethel, C.; Katko, A.; Miller, C.; Mason, K.;
      Cumming, E.; Zhang, H.; Kimble, R.; Fullington, S.; Bretz, S.L.; Nix, J.C.; Bonomo, R.A.;
      Tierney, D.; Page, R.C.; Crowder, M.W. “A Non-Canonical Metal Center Drives Activity of
Sediminispirochaeta smaragdinae metallo-ß-lactamase SPS-1,” Biochemistry, 2018,
      57(35), 5218-5229.

88. Popova, M.; Bretz, S.L. “Organic Chemistry Students’ Understandings of What Makes a
      Good Leaving Group,” Journal of Chemical Education2018, 95(7), 1094–1101 

87. Popova, M.; Bretz, S.L. “ “It’s Only the Major Product that We Care About in Organic
      Chemistry:’ An Analysis of Students’ Annotations of Reaction Coordinate Diagrams,”
Journal of Chemical Education, 2018, 95(7), 1086–1093
     ACS Editor’s Choice

86. Popova, M.; Bretz, S.L. “Organic Chemistry Students’ Interpretations of the Surface
      Features of Reaction Coordinate Diagrams,” 
Chemistry Education Research and
2018, 19, 919–931

85. Popova, M.; Bretz, S.L. "Organic Chemistry Students’ Challenges with Coherence
      Formation between Reactions and Reaction Coordinate Diagrams,” 
      Education Research and Practice
, 2018, 19, 732–745 

84. Mercado Padilla, J.B.; Coombs, E.M.; De Jesus, J.P.; Bretz, S.L.; Danielson,
      N.D.“Iodine Coulometry of Various Reducing Agents including Thiols with Online
      Photocell Detection Coupled to a Multifunctional Chemical Analysis Station to
      Eliminate Student Endpoint Detection by Eye,”
Journal of Chemical Education, 2018,
      95(5), 777–782 

83. Abell, T.N.; Bretz, S.L. “Dissolving Salts in Water: Students’ Particulate Explanations of
      Temperature Changes,” Journal of Chemical Education, 2018, 95(4), 504–511.

82. Bretz, S.L.; Mayo, A.V.M. “Development of the Flame Test Concept Inventory:    
      Measuring Student Thinking about Atomic Emission,” 
Journal of Chemical Education,
      2018, 95(1), 17–27.

81. Abell, T.N.; McCarrick, R.; Bretz, S.L.; Tierney, D.L. “Trispyrazolylborate Complexes: An
      Advanced Synthesis Experiment using Paramagnetic NMR, Variable Temperature NMR,
      and EPR Spectroscopies,” 
Journal of Chemical Education, 2017, 94(12), 1960–1964.

80. Bretz, S.L. “Finding No Evidence for Learning Styles,” Journal of Chemical Education,
      2017, 94(7), 825-826.

79. Padilla Mercado, J.B.; Konkolewicz, D.; Bretz, S.L.; Danielson, N.D. “Indirect Determination
      of Zinc by Thiol Complexation and Iodine Coulometric Titration with Photodiode Detection,”
      Microchemical Journal, 2017, 134, 119–124.

78. Roche Allred, Z.D.; Tai, H.; Bretz, S.L.; Page, R.C. “Using PyMOL to Explore the Effects of
      pH on Non-Covalent Interactions between Immunoglobulin G and Protein A: A Guided
      Inquiry Biochemistry Activity,” Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2017, 45(6),

77. Bretz, S.L.; Galloway, K.R.; Orzel, J.; Gross, E. “Faculty Goals, Inquiry, and Meaningful
      Learning in the Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratory.” In Technology and Assessment
      Strategies for Improving Student Learning in Chemistry
, M. Schultz, T.A. Holme, S.
      Schmid (Eds.), American Chemical Society Symposium Series, 2016, Vol. 1236, 101-115

76. Anzovino, M.E.; Bretz, S.L. “Organic Chemistry Students’ Fragmented Ideas
      about the Structure and Function of Nucleophiles and Electrophiles: A Concept
      Map Analysis,” 
Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 2016, 17, 1019-1029

75. Popova, M.; Bretz, S.L.; Hartley, C.S. “Visualizing Molecular Chirality in the
      Organic Chemistry Laboratory using Cholesteric Liquid Crystals,” 
Journal of
      Chemical Education
, 2016, 93(6), 981-1162.

74. Galloway, K.R.; Malakpa, Z.; Bretz, S.L. “Investigating Affective Experiences
      in the Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratory: Students’ Perceptions of
      Control and Responsibility,” 
Journal of Chemical Education, 2016, 93(2), 227-238

73. Galloway, K.R.; Bretz, S.L. “Video Episodes and Action Cameras in the
      Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratory: Eliciting Student Perceptions of
      Meaningful Learning,” 
Chemistry Education Research and Practice,
      2016, 17, 139–155

© 2018   Stacey Lowery Bretz   Miami University   Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry   Oxford, OH 45056   513.529.3731