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The Effect of Learner Variables and Cognitive Style on Learning Performance in a Vocational Training Environment
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Educational Psychology Volume 17, Number 1, ISSN 0144-3410

Abstract

Reports on a study of 257 London Train Operators who viewed a short Computer-based Training Module (CBT), completed a Cognitive Styles Analysis, and then performed related tasks. Multivariate analysis revealed the influence on learning performance of age, cognitive style, and attitude to technology. Includes tables, graphs, and statistical analysis. (MJP)

Citation

Russell, A.J. (1997). The Effect of Learner Variables and Cognitive Style on Learning Performance in a Vocational Training Environment. Educational Psychology, 17(1), 195-208. Retrieved December 13, 2019 from .

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