chapter  13
Knowledge and Interaction in Clinical Interviewing: Revoicing
ByAndrea A. diSessa, James G. Greeno, Sarah Michaels, and Catherine O’Connor
Pages 29

Clinical interviewing has a long history as a method to study subjects’ ways of understanding and coming to understand (Gruber & Voneche, 1977). It remains commonly used by learning researchers (Clement, 2000; diSessa, 2007; Ginsberg, 1997).