Physical Review Physics Education Research

(The H4-Index of Physical Review Physics Education Research is 20. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Studying physics during the COVID-19 pandemic: Student assessments of learning achievement, perceived effectiveness of online recitations, and online laboratories85
Demographics of physics education research79
Preparing for the quantum revolution: What is the role of higher education?54
Could an artificial-intelligence agent pass an introductory physics course?38
Effect of gender, self-efficacy, and interest on perception of the learning environment and outcomes in calculus-based introductory physics courses34
Investigating the landscape of physics laboratory instruction across North America30
Effects of emergency remote instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic on university physics students in Italy26
Effect of integrating physics education technology simulations on students’ conceptual understanding in physics: A review of literature26
Investigating society’s educational debts due to racism and sexism in student attitudes about physics using quantitative critical race theory26
Lab instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic: Effects on student views about experimental physics in comparison with previous years25
Not feeling recognized as a physics person by instructors and teaching assistants is correlated with female students’ lower grades24
Effect of culture on women physicists’ career choice: A comparison of Muslim majority countries and the West23
Students’ sense of belonging in introductory physics course for bioscience majors predicts their grade23
Thematic analysis of 18 years of physics education research conference proceedings using natural language processing22
Implementing an epistemologically authentic approach to student-centered inquiry learning22
Grades, grade component weighting, and demographic disparities in introductory physics21
Impact of a course transformation on students’ reasoning about measurement uncertainty21
Teaching and learning special relativity theory in secondary and lower undergraduate education: A literature review21
Damage caused by societal stereotypes: Women have lower physics self-efficacy controlling for grade even in courses in which they outnumber men21
How perception of learning environment predicts male and female students’ grades and motivational outcomes in algebra-based introductory physics courses20
Eye tracking in physics education research: A systematic literature review20
Epistemology, socialization, help seeking, and gender-based views in in-person and online, hands-on undergraduate physics laboratories20
Effect of an introductory quantum physics course using experiments with heralded photons on preuniversity students’ conceptions about quantum physics20