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Active learning: effects of core training design elements on self-regulatory processes, learning, and adaptability.
This article describes a comprehensive examination of the cognitive, motivational, and emotional processes underlying active learning approaches; their effects on learning and transfer; and the core… Expand
Goal orientation and ability: interactive effects on self-efficacy, performance, and knowledge.
This study examined the direct relationship of goal orientation--and the interaction of goal orientation and cognitive ability--with self-efficacy, performance, and knowledge in a learning context.… Expand
E-learning in Postsecondary Education
Over the past decade postsecondary education has been moving increasingly from the classroom to online. During the fall 2010 term 31 percent of U.S. college students took at least one online course.… Expand
Consequences of organizational justice expectations in a selection system.
This study examined several consequences of applicants' expectations of organizational justice at multiple stages in a selection process. The authors assessed the justice expectations of 1,832 job… Expand
School-based nutrition programs produced a moderate increase in fruit and vegetable consumption: meta and pooling analyses from 7 studies.
- M. Howerton, B. Bell, K. Dodd, D. Berrigan, R. Stolzenberg-Solomon, L. Nebeling
- Journal of nutrition education and behavior
- 1 July 2007
OBJECTIVE To evaluate, through study- and individual-level analyses of data from 7 studies, the effectiveness of school-based nutrition interventions on child fruit and vegetable (FV) consumption. … Expand
Team Learning: A Theoretical Integration and Review
With the increasing emphasis on work teams as the primary architecture of organizational structure, scholars have begun to focus attention on team learning, the processes that support it, and the… Expand
100 Years of Training and Development Research: What We Know and Where We Should Go
- B. Bell, S. Tannenbaum, J. K. Ford, R. Noe, K. Kraiger
- Psychology, Medicine
- The Journal of applied psychology
- 26 January 2017
Training and development research has a long tradition within applied psychology dating back to the early 1900s. Over the years, not only has interest in the topic grown but there have been dramatic… Expand
Building the infrastructure: the effects of role identification behaviors on team cognition development and performance.
The primary purpose of this study was to extend theory and research regarding the emergence of mental models and transactive memory in teams. Utilizing Kozlowski, Gully, Nason, and Smith's (1999)… Expand
Toward a theory of learner-centered training design: An integrative framework of active learning.
Excerpt] The goal of this chapter, therefore, is to develop an integrative conceptual framework of active learning, and we do this by focusing on three primary issues. First, we define the active… Expand
2. Developing adaptability: A theory for the design of integrated-embedded training systems
- Steve W. J. Kozlowski, R. Toney, Morell E. Mullins, Daniel A. Weissbein, K. G. Brown, B. Bell
- 10 May 2001
The ALS is a theoretically driven approach to the design of integrated-embedded training systems that is highly flexible and offers ease of implementation. It operates by exerting leverage on foci of… Expand