Partial bibliography and sources for further reading on learning

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The following books and articles are among those that have been used as scources for the research behind the model presented in this web site, and may be considered for further study. Additionally, I have added several newer books that also add to the knowledge of the field.

Aldridge, B. G. (1992) Project on scope, sequence, and coordination: a new synthesis for improving science education. Scope, sequence, and coordination of secondary school science, vol. 2. prelevant research. Washington, D.C.: National Science Teachers Association

Armstrong, T. (1994) Multiple intelligences in the classroom. Alexandria, VA: ASCD

Also by Thomas Armstrong: 7 Kinds of Smart : Identifying and Developing Your Many Intelligences

Awakening Your Child's Natural Genius : Enhancing Curiosity, Creativity, and Learning Ability

In Their Own Way

The Myth of the A.D.D. Child : 50 Ways to Improve Your Child's Behavior and Attention Span Without Drugs, Labels, or Coercion

Creating Classroom Structure : A Practical Guide for the Special Educator

In Their Own Way : Discovering and Encouraging Your Child's Personal Learning Style

Barnett, J. (1994) Learning styles. South Carolina Department of Education

Bigge, M. L. (1976) Learning theory for teachers, third edition. New York: Harper & Row

Campbell, J. ed. (1976) The portable Jung. New York, Penguin

Columbia College of Education, Missouri University, (1986) Learning styles ED 323 249

Druckman, D. & Bjork, R. A. (1994) Learning, remembering, believing: Enhancing human performance. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press

Dunn, R. & Dunn, K. (1978) Teaching students by their individual learning styles. Reston: Reston

Dunn, R. and Dunn, K. (1994) A Review of articles and books, part 1. New York: St. John's University

Dunn, R. and Dunn, K. (1994) A Review of articles and books, part 2. New York: St. John's University

Dunn, R. and Dunn, K. (1993) Annotated bibliography. New York: St. John's University

Fordham, F. (1991) An introduction to Jung's psychology. New York: Penguin

Gallagher, A. & De Lisi, R. (1994) Gender differences in the scholastic aptitude test: Mathematics problem solving among high ability high school students. Journal of Educational Psychology 86, 2.

Ginsburg, H. P. & Opper, S. (1988) Piaget's theory of intellectual development. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall

Herrnstein, R. & Murray, C. (1994) The Bell Curve: Intelligence and class structure in American life. York: Free Press.

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Howard, D. H. (1992) Use of the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) with physicians: a review of the literature. ED 344 150

Jung, C. G. (1970). Analytical psychology, theory and practice, the Tavistock Lectures. New York: Vintage Books. (original work published in 1936)

Jung, C. G. (1990) Psychological Types. ninth printing, revision by Hull, R. F. C. of the translation by Baynes, H. G. Princeton: Princeton

Jung, C. G. (1964) Man and his symbols. New York, Dell.

Jung, C. G. (1989) Memories, dreams and reflections. New York, Vintage.

Klein, S. B. (1987) Learning: principles and applications. New York: McGraw-Hill

Melear, C. & Richardson, S. (1994) Considering relational learning style of African American students in science instruction. The Journal of Science Teaching, Vol. 24, Mar/Apr.

Meyers, I. (1962) Introduction to type. Gainesville, FL: Center for Application of Psychological Type

Meyers, I. & McCaulley, M. (1958) Manual: A guide to the development and use of the Meyers-Briggs type indicator. Palo Alto, CA: Consulting Psychologists press

Also recommended, Introduction to Type : A Guide to Understanding Your Results on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Isabel Briggs Myers

Pascal, E. (1992) Jung to live by. New York: Warner.

Rule, D. L. & Grippen, P. G. (1988) A critical review of learning style instruments used with adult learners. ED 305 387

Russell, P. (1979) The Brain Book. New York: Plume

Skinner, B. F. (1953) Science and human behavior. New York: Free Press

Silver, H. & Hansen, J.R. (1980) Teacher self- assessment manual. Moorestown, NJ: Hanson Silver Strong & Assoc. inc.

Silver, H. & Hansen, J.R. (1981) Teaching styles and strategies. Moorestown, NJ: Hanson Silver Strong & Assoc. inc.

Silver, H. (1986) Task Rotation Strategy. Moorestown, NJ: Hanson Silver Strong & Assoc. inc.

Other work by Harvey Silver includes Teaching Styles and Strategies, and Teacher Self Assessment

Smedley, L.C. (1987) Chemists as learners. Journal of Chemical Education. 64 American Chemical Society

Strong, R.W., Hansen, J.R. & Silver, H. (1980) Questioning styles and strategies: Procedures for improving the depth of student thinking. Princeton Junction, NJ: Hanson Silver Strong & Assoc. inc.

Sternberg, R. J. (1992) Wisdom: its nature, origin and development. New York: Columbia University Press

Also recommended, Do What You Are : Discover the Perfect Career for You Through the Secrets of Personality Type; Paul D. Tieger, Barbara Barron-Tieger

Yale University Institute of social and policy studies. (1988) Report on the New York Stateof Regents' panel on learning styles ED 348 407