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The experience of learning in group versus individual learning contexts

02 October 2020

This study will explore the differences between group and individual learning environments, and how that can affect a person's understanding of a subject. The focus of this qualitative psychological inquiry will take into account the effects of individual differences, social concerns, feelings of comparison with other learners and prior lived experience in relation to learning situations in order to understand the role of learning contexts on learning a subject.

Requirements

  • Male
  • Age range: late 20s to late-30s
  • Experience of group learning situations (e.g. classroom); and
  • Experience of individual learning situations (e.g. online or tutorials)

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Ethical approval

This study has received approval from the Research Ethics Committee of the Department of Psychological Sciences, Birkbeck University of London

About the researcher

The researcher is an MSc candidate in psychological Sciences at Birkbeck College, University of London, supervised by an Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences

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