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Authors: Geoff Easton (Lancaster University Management School); Tom Ormerod (Lancaster University Management School)
Published in: 2001
Length: 43 pages
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Abstract

An investigation in depth of the experiences of students learning from cases, particularly in relation to the acquisition of problem-solving skills. This was achieved, using a technique widely used in cognitive psychology to measure student performance indirectly, by comparing the behaviour of novices to experts during the case analysis process.

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Abstract

An investigation in depth of the experiences of students learning from cases, particularly in relation to the acquisition of problem-solving skills. This was achieved, using a technique widely used in cognitive psychology to measure student performance indirectly, by comparing the behaviour of novices to experts during the case analysis process.

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