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An inductive reasoning task was used to compare the relative efficacy of general, written instruction information to that of more specific example information. A conflict situation was set up in which subjects were given instructions that described one procedure and an example that described...
This study compared the effectiveness of three different instructional methods for improving students' estimates of average speed. In the discovery method students saw a computer simulation of the two speeds of a round trip. A second reference point simulated students' estimated speed to provide...
Twenty-two university students who did not initially know the quantitative rule for predicting whether a configuration of weights placed on a balance beam would cause the beam to balance, tip left, or tip right were asked to induce the rule in a training procedure adapted from Siegler (1976)....
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