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ERIC Number: EJ184175
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Cognitive Processing Capacity and Learning-Mode Effects in Prose Learning
Furukawa, James M.
Journal of Educational Psychology, 69, 6, 736-43, Dec 77
High cognitive processing capacity (CPC) students were superior to low-CPC students in prose learning. Of the four learning modes--programmed instruction (PI), control, chunking study outline, and adjunct questions--PI was the most effective. Substantial CPC and performance correlations and poor long-term retention suggested that PI was not best for low-CPC students. (Author/CP)
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