A Comparison of Recall by University Bible Students After Discussion and After Self-Study

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Recall of expository prose after one of two learning techniques was determined. Pearson correlation did not discover a significant difference between the recall writings of the examinees who studied by discussion and those who studied by underlining. The significance of the difference between two proportions found that the group which underlined recalled significantly better than the group which discussed what they had read. This highly significant difference was almost identical when all synonyms from the Turbo Lightning computer program were considered correct recall and analyzed by the significance of the difference between two proportions.

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Stovall, Johnny Harold May 1987.

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Recall of expository prose after one of two learning techniques was determined. Pearson correlation did not discover a significant difference between the recall writings of the examinees who studied by discussion and those who studied by underlining. The significance of the difference between two proportions found that the group which underlined recalled significantly better than the group which discussed what they had read. This highly significant difference was almost identical when all synonyms from the Turbo Lightning computer program were considered correct recall and analyzed by the significance of the difference between two proportions.

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Stovall, Johnny Harold. A Comparison of Recall by University Bible Students After Discussion and After Self-Study, dissertation, May 1987; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc331955/: accessed April 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .