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Student-Oriented Research: Its Effect on Students' Attitudes and Knowledge
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College Student Journal Volume 15, Number 2,

Abstract

Studied the effects of computer-oriented undergraduate research on student's cognitive and affective development. Findings indicate students in research or conventional discussion groups didn't differ on cognitive development; mandatory activities have a negative impact on attitudes; voluntary participation had a positive effect only on researchers' attitudes. (Author)

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Morris, D.C. & Johnson, W.S. (1981). Student-Oriented Research: Its Effect on Students' Attitudes and Knowledge. College Student Journal, 15(2), 105. Retrieved March 4, 2021 from .

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