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Effects of Mental Imagery and Oral and Print Stimuli on Prose Learning of Intermediate Grade Children
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ECTAJTRD Volume 30, Number 3, ISSN 0148-5806

Abstract

In two studies, sixth graders (Study 1) and fourth graders (Study 2) listened to or read a text. Some students were asked to imagine pictures of the material. Oral presentation of the material produced better results than written-only forms. Fourth graders benefited more from mental imagery than did sixth graders. (Author/JJD)

Citation

Maher, J.H. & Sullivan, H. (1982). Effects of Mental Imagery and Oral and Print Stimuli on Prose Learning of Intermediate Grade Children. Educational Communication and Technology: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Development, 30(3), 175. Retrieved December 1, 2021 from .

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