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Winter1982,Volume30,Issue4,pp195232

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Canillustrationsaidlearningoftextmaterial?Theseauthorsreviewtheresultsof55experimentscomparinglearningfromillustratedtextwith
learningfromtextalone.Theygoontolookatresearchincloselyrelatedfields(involving,forexample,nonrepresentationalpictures,graphic
organizers,learnerproduceddrawings)andconcludebyofferingguidelinesforpractice.

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