Date of Award
Master of Science in Psychology
The present study investigates whether individuals who are trained in groups will benefit from a more enhanced facilitation of the information than those trained in a more traditional, individualistic, classroom setting. Participants who learn in a cooperative, group setting are expected to exhibit better performance on a subsequent knowledge test than participants who learn individually.
Haile, Leslie Christine, "The effect of individualized versus cooperative learning on achievement and task performance" (1996). Theses Digitization Project. 1269.