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The Interaction of Domain-Specific and Strategic Knowledge in Academic Performance
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Review of Educational Research Volume 58, Number 4,

Abstract

Literature since 1975 concerning the interaction of domain-specific and strategic knowledge on academic performance was reviewed. Focus was on critically analyzing the literature; presenting hypotheses about the interaction; and offering recommendations for future research leading, perhaps, to an information-processing model that captures the roles of domain-specific and strategic knowledge. (SLD)

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Alexander, P.A. & Judy, J.E. (1988). The Interaction of Domain-Specific and Strategic Knowledge in Academic Performance. Review of Educational Research, 58(4), 375-404. Retrieved December 13, 2019 from .

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