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                                      Addressing Mind Wandering in Video-Based Learning: A Comparative Study on the Impact of Interpolated Testing and Self-Explanation

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                                      30 May 2024

                                      This data set shows the results of a study investigating whether writing self-explanations has a stronger effect than interpolated testing on reducing task-unrelated thoughts and improving learning outcomes. The data comes from 138 participants distributed across three groups who were all tasked with reviewing the same video. Each participant completed a knowledge test before and after watching the video to compare learning outcomes between the three groups. The first group was a control group; the second group answered interpolated tests; and the third group wrote self-explanations at pauses in the videos. This dataset contains the following: A folder analysis consisting of a source file with programming code used for the data analysis (analysis.qmd) and a pdf showing the results of the analysis (analysis.pdf). A folder data consisting of two Excel files. One contains the participant scores from the knowledge tests as well as the participants grouping (knowledge_tests.xlsx). The other contains the participants coded thought reports (thought_reports.xlsx). An accompany PDF file that provides an overview of the materials used in this study, including the specific questions the participants were asked (Materials.pdf).

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                                      Other resources collected by the researchers may be available subject to researcher approval. Please contact Mister Daniel Ebbert.

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                                      Start date: 11 Dec 2023
                                      End date: 20 Dec 2023

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                                      Ebbert, D, Claassen, A, Wilson, N, Joksimovic, S, Mirriahi, N, Dawson, S 2024, Addressing Mind Wandering in Video-Based Learning: A Comparative Study on the Impact of Interpolated Testing and Self-Explanation, University of South Australia, viewed 23 June 2024, retrieved from <https://researchoutputs.unisa.edu.au/11541.1/652f8fc6-c550-4a62-88eb-3a0664a4bfc7>.