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Learning and Instruction: European Research in an International Context

by Erik De Corte

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These two volumes essentially capture the focal points of the 1987 EARLI Conference. Volume 2.1 contains those contributions which are concerned with basic psychological and educational aspects of learning and instruction as for example social interaction in learning and instruction, problem solving, basic processes in knowledge acquisition, individual differences, research strategies. Furthermore, Volume 2.1 contains those contributions which deal with computer applications in learning and instruction. Volume 2.2 comprises contributions which analyze complex skills - teaching, text comprehension, text production - and complex knowledge domains, such as mathematics and science, by means of actual psychological and pedagogical theories and concepts.

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