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Zimmerman, Barry J.; Jaffe, Arnold – Journal of Educational Psychology, 1977
Six-and eight-year olds were exposed to a modeling sequence for cluster rule learning under high, medium, and low degrees of structure. Age differences in vicarious learning emerged only in the medium structure condition, while immediately imitating a model failed to influence learning for either age group. (Author/CP)
Descriptors: Age Differences, Cognitive Development, Imitation, Incidental Learning
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Dixon, Paul N. – Journal of Experimental Education, 1978
The locus of control of subjects may be the confounding variable affecting the acceptance of motivational cues in intentional-incidental (INT-INC) learning studies, and thus the reason for conflicting results in "funneling effect" (leaning toward intentional learning as a function of motivation) experiments. 96 female college students selected for…
Descriptors: Educational Experiments, Educational Research, Incidental Learning, Intentional Learning
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Dunlop, Francis – British Journal of Educational Studies, 1977
Analyzes the process of learning--both intentional and non-intentional--and concludes that the view that learning is learning only if it is formal and intentional is false. (RK)
Descriptors: Incidental Learning, Intentional Learning, Learning Experience, Learning Processes
Wingo, Rosetta F. – Business Education World, 1977
A study conducted to determine whether second-year typewriting students could learn intentionally and incidentally the meanings of technical business terms through the typing of specially written paragraphs in which the terms were defined within the context demonstrated the effectiveness of this procedure. (TA)
Descriptors: Business Skills, Educational Research, Incidental Learning, Intentional Learning
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Kaplan, Robert – Journal of Educational Psychology, 1976
The effects of four objective treatments (none, before text, after text, and combined before and after text) and two types of experience (practical and experimental) were investigated for intentional and incidental learning. (Author/RC)
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Educational Objectives, High School Students, Incidental Learning
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Royer, Paula Nassif – Journal of Educational Psychology, 1977
Subjects received either specific or general objectives before or after the four sections of the audiotaped lecture. A control group received no objectives. Results on the use of objectives with written text showed that the before position increased intentional learning more than the after position. Incidental learning was significantly higher…
Descriptors: Audiotape Recordings, College Students, Educational Objectives, Incidental Learning
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Dusek, Jerome B.; And Others – Child Development, 1976
The incidental and intentional learning abilities of high- and low-test-anxious second, fourth, and sixth grade children were explored. (BRT)
Descriptors: Anxiety, Comparative Analysis, Elementary Education, Elementary School Students
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Kaplan, R. – Journal of Educational Psychology, 1976
The effects of requiring an overt or covert response to objectives when grouped before or interspersed throughout a text were investigated for intentional and incidental learning. In addition, two densities of specific and general objectives were investigated. (Author/BW)
Descriptors: Covert Response, Educational Objectives, Incidental Learning, Intentional Learning
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Koh, Soon D.; And Others – Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1976
The question raised in this study was whether schizophrenics' recall deficit can be ameliorated if appropriate encoding behaviors are experimentally induced. (Editor)
Descriptors: Incidental Learning, Intentional Learning, Psychological Studies, Psychopathology
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Lehane, Stephen; Goldman, Richard – Elementary School Journal, 1976
Four models of learning are described and a system for adapting to a child's preferred learning style is presented. (SB)
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Incidental Learning, Individualized Instruction, Intentional Learning
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Rickards, John P.; And Others – Journal of Educational Research, 1976
Two types of questions were inserted in reading material either before or after certain text segments to see how they affected learning. (MM)
Descriptors: College Students, Higher Education, Incidental Learning, Intentional Learning
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Murphy, Martin D.; Brown, Ann L. – Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 1975
Preschoolers' recall and clustering of organized lists of pictures were examined either under deliberate instructions to remember or in incidental learning situations. It was concluded that the activity of the children determines depth of processing and subsequent retention, not the intent to remember. (JMB)
Descriptors: Incidental Learning, Intentional Learning, Memory, Preschool Children
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Kaplan, Robert – Journal of Educational Psychology, 1974
The primary finding of this study was that performance increments found with whole presentations of instructional objectives could be achieved with part presentation of objectives and text. In fact, the part presentations resulted in ever greater intentional learning than whole presentations. (Author/BJG)
Descriptors: Educational Objectives, High Schools, Incidental Learning, Instruction
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Eagle, Morris N.; Mulliken, Susan – American Journal of Psychology, 1974
Article considered whether one should be able to obtain - by selecting the appropriate orienting task - incidental learning that is superior to ordinary intentional learning. (Author/RK)
Descriptors: Affective Measures, Incidental Learning, Intentional Learning, Psychological Studies
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Melton, Reginald F. – Review of Educational Research, 1978
Behavioral objectives should be regarded as one of several tools available to educators. Research should be directed toward determining their advantages and limitations, as well as the conditions under which they can be used more effectively. Conditions vary depending upon student awareness of and interest in stated objectives; clarity,…
Descriptors: Advance Organizers, Behavioral Objectives, Educational Objectives, Incidental Learning
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