Jimmie Leppink
Jimmie Leppink
Senior Lecturer in Medical Education at Hull York Medical School, University of York
Verified email at hyms.ac.uk - Homepage
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Development of an instrument for measuring different types of cognitive load
J Leppink, F Paas, CPM Van der Vleuten, T Van Gog, ...
Behavior research methods 45 (4), 1058-1072, 2013
Effects of pairs of problems and examples on task performance and different types of cognitive load
J Leppink, F Paas, T Van Gog, CPM van Der Vleuten, ...
Learning and Instruction 30, 32-42, 2014
The evolution of cognitive load theory and its application to medical education
J Leppink, A van den Heuvel
Perspectives on medical education 4 (3), 119-127, 2015
The promised land of blended learning: Quizzes as a moderator
IAE Spanjers, KD Könings, J Leppink, DML Verstegen, N de Jong, ...
Educational Research Review 15, 59-74, 2015
Improving critical thinking: Effects of dispositions and instructions on economics students' reasoning skills
A Heijltjes, T Van Gog, J Leppink, F Paas
Learning and Instruction 29, 31-42, 2014
Acute dissociation after 1 night of sleep loss.
T Giesbrecht, T Smeets, J Leppink, M Jelicic, H Merckelbach
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 116 (3), 599-606, 2007
Revisiting the quantitative–qualitative-mixed methods labels: Research questions, developments, and the need for replication
J Leppink
Journal of Taibah University Medical Sciences 12 (2), 97-101, 2017
18 Cognitive load theory: researching and planning teaching to maximise learning
J Leppink, T van Gog, F Paas, J Sweller
Researching medical education, 207-218, 2015
Cognitive load theory: Practical implications and an important challenge
J Leppink
Journal of Taibah University Medical Sciences 12 (5), 385-391, 2017
Unraveling the effects of critical thinking instructions, practice, and self-explanation on students’ reasoning performance
A Heijltjes, T van Gog, J Leppink, F Paas
Instructional Science 43 (4), 487-506, 2015
Self-explanation in the domain of statistics: an expertise reversal effect
J Leppink, NJ Broers, T Imbos, CPM van der Vleuten, MPF Berger
Higher Education 63 (6), 771-785, 2012
Effect size – large, medium, and small
J Leppink, P O’Sullivan, K Winston
Perspectives on Medical Education 5 (6), 347-349, 2016
Twelve tips for medical curriculum design from a cognitive load theory perspective
J Leppink, R Duvivier
Medical Teacher 38 (7), 669-674, 2016
Influences of OSCE design on students’ diagnostic reasoning
A Lafleur, L Côté, J Leppink
Medical Education 49 (2), 203-214, 2015
Social media and the 21st-century scholar: how you can harness social media to amplify your career
TM Chan, D Stukus, J Leppink, L Duque, BL Bigham, N Mehta, B Thoma
Journal of the American College of Radiology 15 (1), 142-148, 2018
Practice, intelligence, and enjoyment in novice chess players: A prospective study at the earliest stage of a chess career
ABH De Bruin, EM Kok, J Leppink, G Camp
Intelligence 45, 18-25, 2014
Data analysis in medical education research: a multilevel perspective
J Leppink
Perspectives on medical education 4 (1), 14-24, 2015
The beast of aggregating cognitive load measures in technology-based learning
J Leppink, JJG van Merriënboer
Educational Technology & Society 18 (4), 230-245, 2015
Statistical Methods for Experimental Research in Education and Psychology
J Leppink
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-21241-4, 2019
Evidence against vs. in favour of a null hypothesis
J Leppink, P O’Sullivan, K Winston
Perspectives on Medical Education 6 (2), 115-118, 2017
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