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Volume 28, Number 1, 1 January 2003

Dissonant Forms of 'Memorising' and 'Repetition'
pp. 5-20(16)
Authors: MEYER, JAN H. F.; SHANAHAN, MARTIN P.

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Dissonance in Experience of Teaching and its Relation to the Quality of Student Learning
pp. 37-48(12)
Authors: PROSSER, MICHAEL; RAMSDEN, PAUL; TRIGWELL, KEITH; MARTIN, ELAINE

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Dissonance in Student Learning Patterns: when to revise theory?
pp. 49-61(13)
Authors: VERMUNT, JAN; MINNAERT, ALEXANDER

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Broadening an Understanding of the Phenomenon of Dissonance
pp. 63-77(15)
Author: LINDBLOM-YLA¨NNE, SARI

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Dissonance between Conceptions of Learning and Ways of Learning for Indigenous Australian University Students
pp. 79-89(11)
Authors: BOULTON-LEWIS, GILLIAN M.; WILSS, LYNN; LEWIS, DAVID

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Recognising and Overcoming Dissonance in Postgraduate Student Research
pp. 91-105(15)
Authors: WISKER, GINA; ROBINSON, GILLIAN; TRAFFORD, VERNON; CREIGHTON, EMMA; WARNES, MARK

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Book Reviews
pp. 107-114(8)

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