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Noel Entwistle is a UK educational psychologist who has made significant contributions to theories of student learning in higher education. He is particularly known for identifying the characteristics associated with deep and surface approaches to learning. Entwistle was formerly editor of the British Journal of Education Psychology. He is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society

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  • Entwistle,N (1981) Styles of Learning and Teaching
  • Entwistle,N (1983) Understanding Student Learning
  • Entwistle,N (1987) Understanding Classroom Learning
  • Entwistle,N (1989) The Experience of Learning

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Entwistle, N.J. and Marton, F. (1994). Knowledge objects: understandings constituted through intensive academic study. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 64,161-78.

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