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Published Nov 10, 2023
- Media comparison studies are often confounded because relevant factors of the learning scenario are not considered.
- Media comparison studies would be more meaningful if the conditions during investigations were standardized, and additional moderator and mediator variables were incorporated into the experimental design.
- Other research approaches, e.g., value added studies, may offer insights relevant to educational practice.
How to Cite
Mulders, M. (2023). Confounding in Educational Research: An Overview of Research Approaches Investigating Virtual and Augmented Reality . Digital Psychology, 4(1S), 9–12. https://doi.org/10.24989/dp.v4i1S.2227
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Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Media Comparison, Confounding, Research approaches