Influences of instructional settings on learning and cognitive development
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Influences of instructional settings on learning and cognitive development findings from European research programs

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Published by Erlbaum in Hillsdale, New Jersey, Hove .
Written in English

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Published as Educational psychologistvol.30, no.1 winter 1995.

Other titlesEducational psychologist.
Statementedited by N. J. Entwistle.
ContributionsEntwistle, N. J., 1936-
The Physical Object
Pagination(56)p. ;
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22216979M
ISBN 100805899561

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