COGNITIVE STYLE IN LIFE-LONG LEARNING AND MANAGEMENT EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT: A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
Steven J. Armstrong
1Department of Organisation Analysis, Lincoln School of Management, University of Lincolnshire & Humberside, Brayford Pool, Lincoln, LN6 7TU, UK.
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2Assessment Research Unit, School of Education, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, B15 2TT, UK.
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Cognitive style and individual performance in management education: important effects for the new age of life-long learning.1Steven J. Armstrong
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Jeanne Hill, University of Central Lancashire, UK.
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Patricia J. Jensen, Alverno College, Milwaukee, WI, USA.
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Symposium submitted to the MED and MOC Divisions.
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