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Analysis of the literature suggests that adult educators and adult learners have much to gain from a clearer conceptualization of a theory of the nature and implications of learning how to learn—a concept that involves the adult's having, or acquiring, the knowledge and skill essential to...
This article presents a theoretical model for a program of research into the determinants of a professional's intention to par ticipate in continuing education. This model is based on Fishbein's (4) general theoretical framework. The adapted framework con sists of three components. The first...
The psycho-physical technique of magnitude estimation was used to determine whether there is a social consensus concerning the magnitude of learning that occurs in adult learning activities. Previous research using magnitude estimation suggested that it is possible to develop ratio scales to...
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