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Uncovering cognitive processes: Different techniques that can contribute to cognitive load research and instruction
- T. Gog, L. Kester, F. Nievelstein, B. Giesbers, F. Paas
- Psychology, Computer Science
- Comput. Hum. Behav.
- 1 March 2009
This article discusses the use of different techniques for uncovering cognitive processes, for research and instructional purposes: verbal reporting, eye tracking, and concept mapping. Expand
Distracting the Self: Shifting Attention Prevents Ego Depletion
The present research tested predictions of the strength model of self-control and delay of gratification by examining the effects of initial self-control attempts and also attention on performance.… Expand
Effects of conceptual knowledge and availability of information sources on law students’ legal reasoning
This study investigated the role of conceptual knowledge in solving legal cases when no information sources can be used, but even experts’ performance was rather low. Expand
Expertise-related differences in conceptual and ontological knowledge in the legal domain
Little research has been conducted on expertise-related differences in conceptual and ontological knowledge in law, even though this type of knowledge is prerequisite for correctly interpreting and… Expand
Learning law: Expertise differences and the effect of instructional support
- F. Nievelstein
- Computer Science
- 1 September 2004
Nievelstein, F. (2009). Learning law. Expertise differences and the effect of instructional support. Doctoral thesis. September, 18, 2009, Heerlen, Nederland: Open Universiteit.
Uncovering Cognitive Processes 1 Running head: UNCOVERING COGNITIVE PROCESSES
This article discusses the use of different techniques for uncovering cognitive processes, for research and instructional purposes: verbal reporting, eye tracking, and concept mapping. It is argued… Expand