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ERIC Number: EJ189614
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1978
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Role of Intelligence and Task Difficulty in the Affective Learning Styles of Children with High and Low Self-concepts
August, Gerald J.; Rychlak, Joseph F.
Journal of Educational Psychology, 70, 3, 406-13, Jun 78
Fifth-grade children prerated both abstract and concrete nouns for likability, and paired-associate lists were constructed by pairing nouns. High self-concept children learned liked noun pairs more efficiently than disliked pairs, while the low self-concept children learned disliked noun pairs more readily. These self-concept patterns were most pronounced for low-IQ children. (Author/JAC)
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Language: English
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