Suggested Readings (list in progress)
Keppel, G., & Zedeck, S. (1989). Data analysis for research designs: Analysis of variance and multiple regression/correlation approaches. NY: W.H. Freeman & Co. (Chapters 6 and 7).
Townsend, A.R., & Moore, D.W. (1994). Co-operative group versus individual evaluations of instruction in professional in-service training. Australian Journal of Education, 38, 139-147.
Provost, S.C., & Bond, N.W. (1997). Approaches to studying and academic performance in a traditional psychology course. Higher Education Research & Development, 16, 309-320.
Thompson, B. (1993). The general linear model (as opposed to the classical ordinary sums of squares) approach to analysis of variance should be taught in introductory statistics methods classes. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Atlanta GA, April 12-16, 1993. ERIC Report ED 358 134.
Fogarty, G.J., & Taylor, J.A. (1997). Learning styles among mature-age students: Some comments on the Approaches to Studying Inventory (ASI-S). Higher Education Research & Development, 16, 321-330.
Sachs, C.H., & Mergendoller, J.R. (1997). The relationship between teachers theoretical orientation toward reading and student outcomes in kindergarten children with different initial reading abilities. American Educational Research Journal, 34, 721-739.
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