Table of contents for New developments in learning research / Samuel N. Hogan, editor.

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Preface; Factors Involved in Complex Learning: A Model of Expert Competence Acquisition (Juan L. Castejon Costa, University of Alicante, Spain); Object Exploration: A non-aversive Measure of Object Recognition, Spatial Memory, and Context Familiarity (Matthew J. Anderson, Saint Joseph's College of Maine, USA); One Size Doesn't Fit All: Achieving Accountability through Application of Learning Patterns (Donna W. Jorgensen, Rowan University, USA); The Influence of Motivation on the Use of Learning Strategies in the Classrom (Ayumi Tanaka and Kiho Tanaka, Doshisha University, Japan); Written Metacognitive Guidance - A Psychological Tool that Facilitates Learning and Cognitive Achievements (Eva Guterman, National Institutes of Health, USA); Effects of IQ and Knowledge Cohesiveness on Memory Task Performance (Joyce M. Alexander and Che-yu Kuo et al., Indiana University, USA); Foreign Language Learning: The Role of Phonological Memory (Marcella Ferrari and Paola Palladino et al., University of Pavia, Italy); Situated Knowing and Learning During Science Laboratory Activities: Models, Methods, and Examples (Wolff-Michael Roth, University of Victoria, Canada); Teacher Communication Behavior and Enjoyment of Science Lessons (Harkirat S. Dhindsa, Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei); What Makes Desirable Learning Activities? Exploring the Rhetoric and Practice in Hong Kong Kindergartens (Li Yuen Ling); Situational Interest: A Curriculum Component Enhancing Learning in Physical Education (Ang Chen and Catherine D. Ennis et al., University of Maryland, USA); Index

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Learning, Psychology of.