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The Psychology of Education Review Vol 32 No 1 March 2008

The Psychology of Education Review Vol 32 No 1 March 2008

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Special Issue: Cognitive Learning Style. This special edition features a variety of articles which consider the utility of assessing cognitive learning style for instructional purposes.


The Review aims to publish material in the area of psychology and education. It features an Open Dialogue, whereby there is simultaneous exchange of views on an issue of substantial interest, and also carries individual papers, current research, news and book reviews.


 

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Contents

Editorial
Justine Howard, Martin Graff & Carol Evans

Message from the Chair
Lynne Rogers

Individual Papers

Developing a mini-project: Students' questions and learning styles
Patricia Almeida, Helena Pedrosa de Jesus & Mike Watts

Approaches to learning and competitive attitude in students in higher education
Simon Cassidy

Learning styles inventory as a tool for supporting technology-enhanced person-centred learning
Maria Kyprianidou, Stavros Demetriadis & Andreas Pombortsis

Is the Wholist-Analytic style ratio a good predictor of students' study habits and instructional preferences?
Ayse Betül (Baktir) Toplu

Wholist-Analytic style and context as variables in metalinguistic performance: An investigation of second language speakers
Meng Zhang & Jan M. Noyes

Wholist-Analytic style and context as variables in metalinguistic performance: A follow-up study of adult native speakers
Meng Zhang & Jan M. Noyes

Book reviews

Special Issue

Cognitive Learning Style. This special edition features a variety of articles which consider the utility of assessing cognitive learning style for instructional purposes. The Review aims to publish material in the area of psychology and education. It features an Open Dialogue, whereby there is simultaneous exchange of views on an issue of substantial interest, and also carries individual papers, current research, news and book reviews.

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