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Development of a Self-Report Inventory for Assessing Individual Differences in Learning Processes
Five studies are presented—all related to the de velopment and application of a self-report inventory for measuring individual differences in learning processes. Factor analysis of items derived byExpand
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Construct Validation of the Inventory of Learning Processes
Two correlational investigations are described which are aimed at establishing the construct validity of the dimensions assessed by the scales of the Inventory of Learning Processes. The Synthesis-Expand
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The relationship between psychological identification with instructors and student ratings of college courses
Drawing upon Freud's seminal discussion of psychological identification vis-a-vis group psychodynamics, this study investigated the relationship between degree of student identification with anExpand
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Multivariate relationships between measures of learning style and memory
Abstract Three self-report instruments assessing “learning style” were administered to 106 undergraduate students: the Inventory of Learning Processes, the Study Behavior Questionnaire, and theExpand
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Internal external control of reinforcement as a determinant of study habits and academic attitudes
Abstract This study tested Rotter's hypothesis that internals would show more achievement-striving behaviors than externals using a direct measure of such behavior. Rotter's I-E scale and the SurveyExpand
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Rigidity as a function of task complexity
Four groups of Ss were tested on hidden-word tasks consisting of 12 set-inducing items followed by 13 test items. One group, the simple-task group, received 7-letter items having a 4-letter wordExpand
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Multiple-group factor analysis of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children
Confirmatory factor analyses were performed on the intercorrelations among the 12 tests of the WISC and WISC-R separately for age levels 7.5, 10.5, and 13.5 to test Wechsler's (1958) hypothesis thatExpand
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SECOMP: A program for computing simple effects and comparisons in a factorial design
Simple main effects and user-specified comparisons for completely randomized designs involving up to three factors (fixed effects only) and an equal number of subjects. Expand