Kathy Darling

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91 not contribute to developing knowledge schemata. Once students are presented with a problem to solve—once they become goal-oriented—all their cognitive resources are directed toward solving the problem at hand, reducing the information they might obtain about the problem's basic structure. Sweller suggests that " Contrary to current practice and many(More)
Observations based on time-lapse video recordings were used to study behavior associated with egg cannibalism in fourth-instar Toxorhynchites amboinensis (Doleschall) and Tx. r. rutilus (Coquillett). Analysis indicated that, once triggered by finding of the first egg, larvae of both species engaged in a systematic search of the water surface in an attempt(More)
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