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The myth of learning styles: What medical educators need to know

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April 28, 2015
by Kenneth D. Royal, PhD, MSEd; Myrah R. Stockdale, MS

While it is true that individuals may have a preferred means of receiving information, there is no evidence that learners actually learn better when information is presented to them via their preferred method.

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