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Chu, R., Chu, A., Weng, C., Chin-Chung, T., & Chia-chun, L. (2012). Transformation for adults in an Internet-based learning environment: Is it necessary to be self-directed? British Journal of Educational Technology, 43(2), 205–216.
Huett, J., Moller, L., Young, J., Bray, M., & Huett, K. (2008). Supporting the distant student: The effect of ARCS-based strategies on confidence and performance. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 9(2), 113–126.
Koenig, A., & Smith, L. (2013). Learning against the clock: Examining learning the development concepts in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, 25(1), 36–45.
Moore, J. (2011). Behaviorism. Psychological Record, 63(3), 449–463.
Ord, J., & Leather, M. (2011). The substance beneath the labels of experiential learning: The importance of John Dewey for outdoor educators. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, 15(2), 13–23.
Shillingford, S., & Karlin, N. (2013). The role of intrinsic motivation in the academic pursuits of nontraditional students. New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, 25(3), 91–102.
Schwartz, S., Zamboanga, B., Weisskirch, R, & Wang, S. (2010). The relationships of personal and cultural identity to adaptive and maladaptive psychosocial functioning in emerging adults. Journal of Social Psychology, 150(1), 1–33.
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