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ERIC Number: EJ145643
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Publication Date: 1976
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Effects of Cooperative Versus Individualized Instruction on Student Prosocial Behavior, Attitudes Toward Learning, and Achievement
Johnson, David W.; And Others
Journal of Educational Psychology, 68, 4, 446-52, Aug 76
The effects of structuring classroom learning cooperatively or individualistically were compared, and results indicated that cooperative, compared to individualized, learning resulted in greater ability to take the affective perspective of others, more altruism, more positive attitudes toward classroom life, and higher achievement. (Author/BW)
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