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Negatively-marked MCQ assessments that reward partial knowledge increase student performance and satisfaction and reduce anxiety without introducing gender bias / Owen, Bodger

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Swansea University Author: Owen, Bodger

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Published: 2013
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title Negatively-marked MCQ assessments that reward partial knowledge increase student performance and satisfaction and reduce anxiety without introducing gender bias
spellingShingle Negatively-marked MCQ assessments that reward partial knowledge increase student performance and satisfaction and reduce anxiety without introducing gender bias
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title_short Negatively-marked MCQ assessments that reward partial knowledge increase student performance and satisfaction and reduce anxiety without introducing gender bias
title_full Negatively-marked MCQ assessments that reward partial knowledge increase student performance and satisfaction and reduce anxiety without introducing gender bias
title_fullStr Negatively-marked MCQ assessments that reward partial knowledge increase student performance and satisfaction and reduce anxiety without introducing gender bias
title_full_unstemmed Negatively-marked MCQ assessments that reward partial knowledge increase student performance and satisfaction and reduce anxiety without introducing gender bias
title_sort Negatively-marked MCQ assessments that reward partial knowledge increase student performance and satisfaction and reduce anxiety without introducing gender bias
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