Handbook of Research and Policy in Art Education

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Author Index
Note: Numbers in italics indicate pages with complete bibliographic information; n indicates footnote.
A
Abbot, L., 283, 294
Abeles, H., 473, 474, 482,565, 573,682, 683
Abia-Smith, L., 17, 17,72, 73
Abrahamson, R., 64, 73
Abrahamson, R. E., 17, 17
Adams, D. W., 42, 49
Adams, L. S., 803, 812
Adamson, G., 391, 405
Addis, S., 719
Addiss, S., 468, 482
Adi-Japha, E., 369, 374,673, 683
Admur, D., 719
Agell, G., 59, 73
Albertson, C., 398, 399
Alexander, E. P., 38, 49
Alexander, K., 724
Alexander, M., 215, 223
Alexander, R., 570, 572
Alland, A., Jr., 316, 326
Allen, B., 391, 392, 402
Allen, D., 680, 683
Allen, L. B., 647, 666
Allott, R., 289, 294
Alsete, J., 596, 603
Alt, M. N., 526, 549
Amabile, T., 675, 683
Amburgy, P., 14, 18,56, 71, 73
Amburgy, P. M., 12, 14, 18,44, 47, 49
Ambush, D., 190, 197
Amdur, D., 469, 482
Ament, E., 495, 499, 516
Amorino, J., 563, 564, 568, 570, 572
Amornpichetkul, C., 301, 326
Amram, R., 395, 399
Amundsen, R., 796, 812
Anderson, A., 12, 15, 18, 73
Anderson, A. A., Jr., 43, 49
Anderson, D., 785, 793
Anderson, J. D., 17, 18,42, 49
Anderson, J., 719
Anderson, R., 563, 568, 570, 572
Anderson, T., 418, 422, 427, 428, 429, 433,440, 456, 461, 462,468, 482,494, 501, 505, 516,590, 603,679, 683, 719,736, 747
Andersson, I., 353, 356
Andersson, S. B., 353, 356
Andrew, M., 541, 548
Andrews, E. L., 208, 222
Andrews, J., 383, 399
Andrus, L., 495, 516
Andrus, L. F., 37, 49
Anglin, J. M., 477, 482
Aprill, A., 777, 779, 792
Archer, J., 525, 528, 529, 530, 541, 542, 544, 548
Armstrong, C., 478, 482,587, 603, 719
Armstrong, M. S., 245, 252
Arnheim, R., 64, 65, 70, 73,236, 237, 240, 243, 249, 266, 294,314, 316, 326,332, 356,391, 399, 672, 683, 719,733, 747,784, 791,807, 808, 812
Arnold, R., 423, 433
Arnove, R. F., 395, 399
Arnstein, D., 679, 683
Arnstine, D., 176, 182,795, 812
Aronowitz, S., 821, 827
Aronsson, K., 326
Ary, D., 489, 516
Asher, R., 442, 443, 462
Ashwin, C., 13, 17, 18
Askew, J. M., 419, 436,524, 550,562, 563, 575,615, 620, 629, 635,644, 647, 665, 666
Askin, W., 596, 603,652, 653, 656, 664
Asmus, E., 719
Athey, C., 257, 267, 282, 283, 286, 287, 290, 294
Atkinson, D., 238, 249,289, 294, 399, 683

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