Learning styles research: Implications for increasing students in teacher education programs

Matthews, Doris B.
December 1991
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Dec91, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p228
Academic Journal
Focuses on results of a study on the learning styles of first-year higher education students. Learning preferences; Sex and race differences on some of the scales of the Canfield Learning Styles Inventory.


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