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nature of cognitive style and its relationship to educational performance.

Timothy John Lowe

nature of cognitive style and its relationship to educational performance.

by Timothy John Lowe

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Published by University of Aston in Birmingham, Department of Education in Birmingham .
Written in English


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SeriesPh.D. Thesis, 1973
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The cognitive characteristics involved in a relatively field or field independent cognitive style and the personal characteristics associated with these contrasting styles have been shown to play a role in a students' selection of electives and majors, (b) vocational preferences they experience early in their academic careers, and (c) the. Kendra Cherry, MS, is an author, educational consultant, and speaker focused on helping students learn about psychology. Amy Morin, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, author of the bestselling book "13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do," and a highly sought-after speaker. What is it that makes some people excel in leadership roles?

Part 2 contains a series of articles that elaborate on the relationship between personality and learning style. One article includes a self-scored MBTI inventory readers can use to determine their personality type. This book is a reasonable exploration of MBTI implications for learning.3/5(1).   A clear understanding of the cognitive–emotional processes underpinning desires to over-consume foods can assist more effective prevention and treatments of by:

Historically, American education served both political and economic needs, which dictated the function of education. Today, sociologists and educators debate the function of education. Three main theories represent their views: the functionalist theory, the conflict theory, and the symbolic interactionist theory. The functionalist theory. referred to as learning styles.” As such, they “mediate between emotion and cognition” (Ibid). One of the characteristic features distinguishing cognitive styles from learning styles is that the former operate as bipolar concepts, and the lack of a certain feature indicates the presence of its counterpart.


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Nature of cognitive style and its relationship to educational performance by Timothy John Lowe Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reviews the origins of the concept of cognitive style. Explores the fundamental applications of that style and relevant methods of assessment. Examines the distinction between style, which is likely to be relatively fixed, and strategies which are capable of being learned and developed. Discusses the relationship of style to learning preferences Cited by: Cognitive style refers to the information-processing habits that typify an individual's mode of perceiving, thinking, problem solving, and remembering (22).

Among the various approaches to cognitive styles that have been proposed, the field dependence and independence dimen sion, introduced in by Herman Witkin, has been the.

On still another front is a connection suggested between cognitive style and learning; Social reinforcement, usually taking the form of praise for good deeds and criticism for bad ones, is of course a common technique used by teachers as a stimulus to learning.

Styles operate at the next level of cognitive control. The outer output level comprises the learning strategies. Priorities for further research are outlined.

This paper will consider the nature of the construct of cognitive style, its assessment and its relationship to behaviour. Cognitive Style and its AssessmentFile Size: 1MB.

Some researchers think that learning style and cognitive style are the same, while others have different opinions. Actually, they are different. Cognitive style is “individual’s habitual way of organizing and processing information” (Liu,pp. ), while learning style.

The Relationship between Field Dependence and Independence Cognitive Style of Iranian EFL Learners and Their Performance in Cognitive Ability for Novelty in Acquisition of Language Foreign Test Nasrin Shokrpour 1 and Nazanin Forghani 2, IRAN.

The Cognitive Style Index (CSI) and Revised Approaches to Studying Inventory (RASI) were administered to American undergraduate business students. The authors found a relationship between analytic orientation and grade point average. The nature of cognitive styles: Problems and promises in educational practice.

Educational Psychologist, 19 Sternberg, R. Thinking styles and testing: Bridging the gap between ability and personality assessment. The role of cognitive style in academic performance and in teacher-student relations.

Unpublished report. The aim of the study was to investigate the relationship between learners'' cognitive styles and their instructional preferences. The sample consisted of business studies students at a UK.

number of issues central to the interdisciplinary field of cognitive science. Among these are: formal systems, rational versus intuitive thinking, content and context effects on cognition, individual differences and cognitive styles, the nature of intelligence, modularity of cognitive functions, and educational impacts on cognition, to name a Size: KB.

styles may help improve the information assimilation and learning experiences of the students. Learning styles, theories and teaching strategies The preferred way in which an individual approaches a task or learning situation, the learning/cognitive style or approach or strategy, has been characterised and explained in several.

Cognitive/learning style has been found to affect learning performance in both schools and further education, as well as learning preferences and behaviour. There appears to be a potential overlap between style and personality, and it is useful to consider whether style is just a facet of personality, or whether it is a different by: 1.

distinguish between cognitive style and iser-Imager dimension—see Figure 1. It is learning style/strategy, argued that these encompass related con consider the relationship between learn-structs such as the serialist and holist styles ing performance and cognitive style, identified by Pask or are “likely to be corre.

This volume presents the most comprehensive, balanced, and up-to-date coverage of theory and research on cognitive, thinking, and learning styles, in a way that: * represents diverse theoretical perspectives; * includes solid empirical evidence testing the validity of these perspectives; and * shows the application of these perspectives to school situations, as well as.

This paper reports the outcomes of an empirical study undertaken to explore the possibility that cognitive style may be an important factor influencing performance on certain types of task in management education.

A total of final year undergraduate degree students studying Management and Business Administration were tested using the Allinson- Hayes Cognitive Style Cited by: Research is needed to understand the significant of different emotional states in educational setting, how they interact with learning content, the relationship between emotions, cognition and learning, and the relationship between neural activity and emotional states while : Kelly Trezise.

The nature of motivation and learning strategy use is vital to improving student learning outcomes. This study was intended to explore the motivational beliefs and learning strategy use by Liberian junior and senior high school students in connection with their academic performance.

It also solicited students’ self-reports about presumed factors hindering their Cited by: 4. Knowledge Centre Cognitive Styles Today’s workplace is all about ‘processing the (overload of) information we are As a partner you will enjoy the possibility of a one-to-one relationship with a faculty member that will, together with you, explore approaches to problems performance.

Her book ’Essentials Communicatie’ is a nice. cognitive styles and students attitude are major ones. Cognitive style is the control process or style which is self generated, transient, situationally determined conscious activity that a learner uses to organize and to regulate, receive and transmit information and ultimate behaviour.

Studies on cognitive style have shown that individuals do not. The term cognitive style is used in the field of psychology to refer to how individuals process information. It does not relate to an individual's level of intelligence but specifically revolves around the process and actions humans take to use information and stimuli.

There are a number of theories about cognitive styles. This paper will: (i) argue that cognitive style has an important role to play in determining an individual’s instructional preferences and that this may affect learning performance; (ii) suggest some avenues for future research.

Background Curry () classified learning and cognitive styles in terms of a three –."Cognitive Style and Concept Identification as a Function of Complexity and Training Procedures." Journal of Educational Psychology 61 (6): ; December 2.

Tarrance D. Grieve and J. Kent Davis "The Relationship of Cognitive Style and Method of Instruction to Performance in Ninth Grade Geog raphy.".The present research study was design to investigate the factors affecting academic performance of graduate students of Islamia University of Bahawalpur Rahim Yar Khan Campus.

The variables under consideration were the academic performance (student’s grades/marks) as a dependent variable and the gender, age, faculty of study, schooling, father/guardian social .