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Cognitive Styles and Self-Study Learning Situations

Auther : N.Sharif

This study investigated me effects of cognitive styles on student’s achievement in a self-study learning situation. The concept of cognitive style is conceptualized as a consistent way of acquiring knowledge and organizing it is a set of Stable altitudes. Preferences or habitual strategies that determine a person’s typical modes of perceiving remembering and problem solving. The concept of self-study learning situations can be defined as a learning situation in which the learner is an active participant who is provided with optional activities such as reading and summarizing supplementary course material and written or oral reports or films. It is a kind of learning situation in which the learns how to learn. The main purpose of the study was to examine whether or not differences in cognitive styles can lead to differences in achievement through self-study situations and the traditional study situation.

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