Development of a Self-Report Inventory for Assessing Individual Differences in Learning Processes

@article{Schmeck1977DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a Self-Report Inventory for Assessing Individual Differences in Learning Processes},
  author={Ronald Ray Schmeck and Fred D. Ribich and Nerella V. Ramanaiah},
  journal={Applied Psychological Measurement},
  year={1977},
  volume={1},
  pages={413 - 431}
}
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 by trans lating laboratory learning processes into the context of academic study yielded four scales: Synthesis- Analysis, Study Methods, Fact Retention, and Elab orative Processing. There were no sex differences, and the scales demonstrated acceptable reliabilities. The Synthesis-Analysis and… Expand

Tables from this paper

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
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
Self‐Concept and Learning: the revised inventory of learning processes
Abstract The Inventory of Learning Processes is a unique measure of learning style in that it was developed within the context of cognitive psychology, and derived from laboratory research concernedExpand
RESEARCH NOTE Validating the learning styles questionnaire and inventory of learning processes in accounting: a research note
This study, using third-year undergraduate business students as subjects, examined the reliability and validity of Honey and Mumford's Learning Styles Questionnaire and Schmeck's Inventory ofExpand
An individual difference perspective on student diversity
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationships among various aspects of learning styles/strategies and personality dimensions to arrive at a “thicker” description of individualExpand
Assessment of Individual Differences in Preferences for Holistic-Analytic Strategies: Evaluation of Some Commonly Available Instruments
Recently, it has become more acceptable to assume two different types of cognitive processes: analytic, rule-based, and sequential versus holistic, episode-based, or simply "nonanalytic." Results ofExpand
Academic Achievement and Individual Differences in Learning Processes
This study was concerned with the degree of re lationship between academic achievement, as as sessed by college grade-point average, and infor mation-processing habits relevant to learning, as asExpand
Cross-Validation of the Inventory of Learning Processes: Some Evidence from Israeli University Students
A cross-language and a cross-culture validation of the Inventory of Learning Processes (ILP) is presented. Developed by Schmeck, Ribich, and Ramanaiah (1977), ILP was translated into Hebrew andExpand
PERSONALITY AND LEARNING STYLE: EVIDENCE FOR BIG FIVE TRAITS
The study examined the relationships between Big Five traits and learning styles of college students. Participants were 360 undergraduate students who completed the NEO-FF) and the Inventory ofExpand
Validity of self-efficacy as a predictor of writing performance
This exploratory field study examined Bandura's (1977) self-efficacy model to determine how well efficacy expectations predicted writing performance, and whether cognitive (deep processing) andExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 47 REFERENCES
Study of Training Equipment and Individual Differences: Research on Interactive Relationships Among Learner Characteristics, Types of Learning, Instructional Methods, and Subject Matter Variables
TLDR
A model was developed enabling the simultaneous examination of the effects of learner characteristics, types of learning, instructional methods, and subject matter variables on achievement. Expand
The Effects of Behavioral Objectives on Learning: A Review of Empirical Studies1
Abstract : The purpose of the paper was to review the literature dealing with the effects of communicating behavioral objectives to students. Over twenty-five empirical investigations are reviewed inExpand
Faculty patterns in study behaviour
Abstract A 72 item Study Behaviour Questionnaire (SBQ) was constructed and administered to 314 prospective teachers, enrolled in the Faculties of Arts and Science, before they had started universityExpand
The relationships between personality, study attitudes and academic performance in a technical college.
TLDR
Stable introverts were found to have the best study attitudes, though their examination results were not significantly better than those of the extraverts. Expand
Individual differences in cognition: Some relationships between personality and memory
Abstract Individual differences in cognition were studied in the form of the hypothesis that arousal, as indexed by personality measures of extraversion and neuroticism, affects the way in whichExpand
MANUAL FOR KIT OF REFERENCE TESTS FOR COGNITIVE FACTORS (REVISED 1963)
Abstract : The tests in this Kit are suggested for use in factorial studies where representation is desired for any of the following named aptitude or achievement factors: flexibility of closure;Expand
Discriminant Analysis of Study Strategies Connected with College Grade Success in Different Major Fields.
A study techniques questionnaire was administered to 538 students enrolled in upper division college classes. Multivariate analysis of variance was employed to compare the centroids of questionnaireExpand
Test-Retest Reliability of the Cf-1 Hidden Figures Test1
JACKSON, Messick and Myers (1964) report that &dquo;correlations between group-and individually-administered embedded-figures tests (are) ... sufficiently high (in) agreement to warrant substitutionExpand
Individual differences as a crucible in theory construction.
My proposal is that we should formulate our nomothetic theories in a way that will allow an immediate individual-differences test. I am proposing this because, among other benefits, I believe thisExpand
Depth of processing and the retention of words
SUMMARY Ten experiments were designed to explore the levels of processing framework for human memory research proposed by Craik and Lockhart (1972). The basic notions are that the episodic memoryExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...