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Interaction of Learner Control and Prior Understanding in Computer-Assisted Video Instruction
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Journal of Educational Psychology Volume 78, Number 3,

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College students with varying degrees of prior conceptual understanding of a scientific topic were randomly assigned to a program-controlled or a learner-controlled treatment in a sequence of computer-assisted video learning. (Author/LMO)

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Gay, G. Interaction of Learner Control and Prior Understanding in Computer-Assisted Video Instruction. Journal of Educational Psychology, 78(3), 225. Retrieved October 23, 2019 from .

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