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2007Altering the modality of instructions to facilitate imagination: Interactions between the modality and imagination effectsTindall-Ford, Sharon; Sweller, John; Con - Performance StudiesAltering the modality of instructions to facilitate imagination: Interactions between the modality and imagination effects, AARE Conference - 2006 Papers by Papercode, vol.1,(),2007,pp 1 TIN06534-17
2008The Imagination Effect Increases with an Increased Intrinsic Cognitive LoadLeahy, Wayne; Sweller, John; Education Faculty AdminThe Imagination Effect Increases with an Increased Intrinsic Cognitive Load, Applied Cognitive Psychology, vol.22, 2, 2008,pp 273-283
2016The impact of complexity on the expertise reversal effect: experimental evidence from testing accounting studentsBlayney, Paul; Kalyuga, Slava; Sweller, John; AccountingThe impact of complexity on the expertise reversal effect: experimental evidence from testing accounting students, Educational Psychology, vol.36, 10, 2016,pp 1868-1885
2010Interactions between the isolated-interactive elements effect and levels of learner expertise: experimental evidence from an accountancy classBlayney, Paul; Kalyuga, Slava; Sweller, John; AccountingInteractions between the isolated-interactive elements effect and levels of learner expertise: experimental evidence from an accountancy class, Instructional Science, vol.38, 3, 2010,pp 277-287
2015Using Cognitive Load Theory to Tailor Instruction to Levels of Accounting Students’ ExpertiseBlayney, Paul; Kalyuga, Slava; Sweller, John; AccountingUsing Cognitive Load Theory to Tailor Instruction to Levels of Accounting Students’ Expertise, Educational Technology and Society, vol.18, 4, 2015,pp 199-201