A Brief Styles Bibliography
Agor, W. (1989) Intuition in Organizations: leading and managing productively. Newbury Park, CA.: Sage.
Allinson, CW., Armstrong, SJ. & Hayes, J. (2001) The effects of cognitive style on leader-member exchange: a study of manager-subordinate dyads, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 74: 201-220.
Allinson, CW. & Hayes, J. (1996) The Cognitive Style Index: a measure of intuition-analysis for organizational research, Journal of Management Studies 33: 119-135.
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Dunn, R., Dunn, K. & Price, GE. (1989) Learning Styles Inventory. Lawrence, KS. Price Systems.
Entwistle, NJ. (1988) Styles of Learning and Teaching. London, David Fulton.
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Epstein, S., Pacini, R., Denes-Raj, V. & Heier, H. (1996) Individual differences in intuitive-experiential and analytical-reasoning thinking styles, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 71: 390-405.
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Garger, S. & Guild, P. (1984) Learning styles: the crucial differences, Curriculum Review, February: 9-12
Glass, A. & Riding, RJ. (2000) EEG differences and cognitive style, Biological Psychology, 51: 23-41.
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Hayes, J. & Allinson, CW. (1996). The implications of learning styles for training and development: a discussion of the matching hypothesis, British Journal of Management, 6: 63-73.
Honey, P. & Mumford, A. (1986) The Manual of Learning Styles. Maidenhead, Peter Honey.
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Kolb, DA. (1976) Learning Style Inventory: technical manual. Boston, McBer.
Kolb, DA. (1984) Experiential Learning. Englewood Cliffs, Prentice Hall.
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Leonard, D. & Straus, S. (1997). ‘Putting your company’s whole brain to work’. Harvard Business Review, July-August 1997: 111-121
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Mezoff, B. (1982) Cognitive style and interpersonal behavior: a review with implications for human relations training, Group and Organization Studies, 7: 13-34
Mintzberg, H. (1976) ‘Planning on the left-side, managing on the right’, Harvard Business Review, July-August: 49-58.
Mumford, A. (1996) Management Development: Strategies for Action. Wimbledon: Institute of Personnel Management.
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Pacini, R. & Epstein, S. (1999) The relation of rational and experiential processing to personality, basic beliefs, and the ratio-bias phenomenon, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 76: 972-987
Paivio, A. (1971) Styles and strategies of learning, British Journal of Educational Psychology, 46: 128-148.
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Pearman, RR. (1998) Hardwired Leadership: unleashing the power of personality to become a new millennium leader. Palo Alto: Davies-Black.
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Richardson, A. (1977) Verbalizer-Visualizer: a cognitive style dimension, Journal of Mental Imagery, 1: 109-125.
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Riding, RJ. & Al-Sanabani, S. (1998) The effect of cognitive style, age, gender and structure on recall of prose passages. International Journal of Educational Research, 29: 173-185.
Riding, RJ. & Cheema, I. (1991) Cognitive Styles - an overview and integration. Educational Psychology, 11: 193-215.
Riding, RJ. & Douglas, G. (1993) The effect of cognitive style and mode of presentation on learning performance. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 63: 297-307.
Riding, RJ. & Pearson, F. (1994) The relationship between cognitive style and intelligence. Educational Psychology, 14: 413-425.
Riding, RJ. & Rayner, S. (1998) Cognitive Styles and Learning Strategies. London: David Fulton.
Riding, RJ. & Sadler-Smith, E. (1992) Type of instructional material, cognitive style and learning performance, Educational Studies, 18: 323-340.
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Riechmann, SW. & Grasha, AF. (1974) A Rational Approach to Developing and Assessing the Construct Validity of a Study Learning Styles Scale Inventory, Journal of Psychology, 87: 213-223.
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Springer, SP. and Deutsch, G. (1998) Left Brain, Right Brain: Perspectives from Cognitive Neuroscience. New York: WH. Freeman and Co.
Sternberg, RJ. (1997) Thinking Styles. Cambridge: CUP
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Sternberg, RJ. & Grigorenko, EL. (1997) Are cognitive styles still in style?, American Psychologist, 52: 700-712.
Sternberg, RJ. & Grigorenko, EL. (2001) A Capsule History of Theory and Research on Styles. In RJ. Sternberg & LF. Zhang, (Eds.) Perspectives on Thinking, Learning and Cognitive Styles. Mahwah, N.J., LEA.
Swailes, S. & Senior, B. (1999) The dimensionality of Honey and Mumford’s Learning Styles Questionnaire, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 7: 1-11.
Taggart, W. & Valenzi, E. (1990). ‘Assessing rational and intuitive styles: a human information processing metaphor’, Journal of Management Studies, 27: 149-172.
Tennant, M (1988) Psychology and Adult Learning. London: Routledge
Thompson, G. & Knox, AB. (1987) Designing for diversity: are field dependent learners less suited to distance education programmes of instruction?, Contemporary Educational Psychology, 12: 17-29.
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Whetten, DA. & Cameron, KS. (1994) Developing Management Skills for Europe. London: HarperCollins
Witkin, HA. (1962) Psychological Differentiation: studies of development. New York, Wiley.
Witkin, HA., Moore, CA., Goodenough, DR. & Cox, PW. (1977). Field Dependent and Field Independent Cognitive Styles and their Educational Implications, Review of Educational Research, 47: 1-64.
Yates, GCR. (2000) Applying learning style research in the classroom: some cautions and the way ahead. In RJ. Riding & SG. Rayner (Eds). International Perspectives on Individual Differences (1): Cognitive Styles. Stamford, Conn.: Ablex Publishing.
Zhang, LF. & Sternberg, RJ. (2001) Thinking styles across cultures: their relationship with student learning. In RJ. Sternberg & LF. Zhang, (Eds.) Perspectives on Thinking, Learning and Cognitive Styles. Mahwah, N.J., LEA.