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ERIC Number: EJ169018
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Publication Date: 1977
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Field Independence and Dogmatism as Mediators of Performance of a Programmed Learning Task with and without Strong Prompts
Grippin, Pauline C.; Ohnmacht, Fred W.
Journal of Experimental Education, 45, 4, 13-5, Sum 77
Explores the effects of field independence (FI) and dogmatism (D) on a programmed learning task with and without strong prompts in an aptitude-treatment interaction (ATI) framework. These two cognitive styles have been demonstrated to affect performance on various cognitive tasks and reflect characteristic, self-consistent ways of functioning in perceptual and intellectual activities. (Author/RK)
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