Statistical Analysis of the Dunn and Dunn Learning Style with Adult Populations: What We Discovered About How Adults Learn

Author: Mangino, Christine
This study is a quantitative synthesis of correlational research focused on the Dunn and Dunn Learning-Style Model, concerned with adult populations. A total of 8,661 participants from the 47 original investigations provided 386 individual effect sizes for this meta-analysis.


“By using meta-analysis, the author investigates a wide variety of questions related to adult learning styles. This is both an authoritative and illuminating work.” – Prof. Karen Burke, Western Connecticut State University

“. . . assists higher education stakeholders when planning how to facilitate individuals’ increases in academic and business successes, and challenges traditional learning institutions to better identify and meet the needs of its diverse adult populations.” – Prof. Laura Shea Doolan, Molloy College

“This text is a well written concise meta-analytic examination of correlational studies that utilized the Dunn and Dunn model with adults, and I suggest it be included as required reading in higher education programs.” – Prof. Regina A. Rochford, Queensborough Community College

Table of Contents

List of Tables
List of Figures
Preface by Dr. Karen Burke
1. Introduction
2. Review of the Related Literature
3. Methodology
4. Results
5. Summary
A . Research that Utilized the Dunn and Dunn Model
B. Codebook and Study-Level Coding Form
C. Stem and Leaf Plots for Each Variable and Element
D. Output Statistics