Learning variables, in-class laptop multitasking and academic performance: A path analysis

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This study examines the relationships among learning variables, multitasking, and academic performance. Based on a survey with 176 college students, zero-order correlations were first tested between multitasking behaviors and grade. After identifying the relevant multitasking behavior (i.e., multitasking with laptops in lecture halls), the multitasking… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.compedu.2014.09.012

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