The Effect Of Modes Of Presentation And Anxiety Levels On Individual Participant Achievement In An Educational Game
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Teaching and Leadership
Kenneth F. Fishell
Education, instructional games, personality variables, audio/visual media
This study attempts to respond to the need for investigating particular variables of gaming and game presentations as they relate to the achievement of learners in the game situation, and to the need for identifying the role of different personality traits in game situations.--Page 8.
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McJulien, Wesley Joseph, "The Effect Of Modes Of Presentation And Anxiety Levels On Individual Participant Achievement In An Educational Game" (1971). Teaching and Leadership - Dissertations. Paper 187.