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Nathaniel Lees Gage (1917 - August 17, 2008) was an educational psychologist who made significant contributions to a scientific understanding of teaching. He conceived and edited the first Handbook of Research on Teaching (Gage, 1963), led the Stanford Center for Research and Development of Teaching, and served as president of the American Educational Research Association. Gage was a professor at Stanford University, where he moved in 1962 after 14 years at the University of Illinois.
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Berliner, D. C. (2003). Toiling in Pasteur's quadrant: The contributions of N. L. Gage to educational psychology. In B. J. Zimmerman and D. H. Schunk (Eds.). Educational psychology: A century of contributions (pp. 391-407). Mahwah, NJ, USA: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Gage, N. L. (1963). The handbook of research on teaching. Chicago, IL, USA: Rand McNally.
- "Nathaniel Gage, giant among educational researchers, dead at 91, Stanford News Service, 2008-08-22