C??mo hombres y mujeres aprenden movimientos de manera autodirigida: Diferencias de genero en la utilizaci??n de las estrategias de aprendizaje

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Abstract

Learning strategies, defined as specific and situational learning activities, have been a topic of psychological research for many years, mostly in academic context. The findings indicate gender differences in the use of learning strategies. This paper presents a study in which male and female subjects (N = 30) autonomously learned how to juggle balls. The learning strategies were measured by a questionnaire. The results reveal numerous gender differences in the use of single learning strategies rather than in the use of types of learning strategies.

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  • Gender differences
  • Learning strategies
  • Motor learning
  • Self-control

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  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-66949152210
  • ISSN: 1132239X
  • PUI: 354716574
  • SGR: 66949152210

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  • Andreas Bund

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