The expertise reversal effect in prompting focused processing of instructional explanations

Roelle J, Berthold K (2010)
Presented at the 4th International Cognitive Load Theory Conference, Hongkong, China.

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2010
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4th International Cognitive Load Theory Conference
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Hongkong, China
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Roelle J, Berthold K. The expertise reversal effect in prompting focused processing of instructional explanations. Presented at the 4th International Cognitive Load Theory Conference, Hongkong, China.
Roelle, J., & Berthold, K. (2010). The expertise reversal effect in prompting focused processing of instructional explanations. Presented at the 4th International Cognitive Load Theory Conference, Hongkong, China.
Roelle, J., and Berthold, K. (2010).“The expertise reversal effect in prompting focused processing of instructional explanations”. Presented at the 4th International Cognitive Load Theory Conference, Hongkong, China.
Roelle, J., & Berthold, K., 2010. The expertise reversal effect in prompting focused processing of instructional explanations. Presented at the 4th International Cognitive Load Theory Conference, Hongkong, China.
J. Roelle and K. Berthold, “The expertise reversal effect in prompting focused processing of instructional explanations”, Presented at the 4th International Cognitive Load Theory Conference, Hongkong, China, 2010.
Roelle, J., Berthold, K.: The expertise reversal effect in prompting focused processing of instructional explanations. Presented at the 4th International Cognitive Load Theory Conference, Hongkong, China (2010).
Roelle, Julian, and Berthold, Kirsten. “The expertise reversal effect in prompting focused processing of instructional explanations”. Presented at the 4th International Cognitive Load Theory Conference, Hongkong, China, 2010.

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