Jimmie Leppink
Jimmie Leppink
Senior Lecturer in Medical Education at Hull York Medical School, University of York
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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
4412013
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
3152014
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
1512015
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
992015
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
77*2007
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
692014
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
632015
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
552012
Influences of OSCE design on students’ diagnostic reasoning
A Lafleur, L Côté, J Leppink
Medical Education 49 (2), 203-214, 2015
492015
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
482017
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
482015
Effect size – large, medium, and small
J Leppink, P O’Sullivan, K Winston
Perspectives on Medical Education 5 (6), 347-349, 2016
462016
Cognitive load theory: Practical implications and an important challenge
J Leppink
Journal of Taibah University Medical Sciences 12 (5), 385-391, 2017
452017
Twelve tips for medical curriculum design from a cognitive load theory perspective
J Leppink, R Duvivier
Medical Teacher 38 (7), 669-674, 2016
372016
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
362018
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
352014
Data analysis in medical education research: a multilevel perspective
J Leppink
Perspectives on Medical Education 4 (1), 14-24, 2015
342015
The beast of aggregating cognitive load measures in technology-based learning
J Leppink, JJG van Merriënboer
Educational Technology & Society 18 (4), 230-245, 2015
322015
Effects of learning content in context on knowledge acquisition and recall: a pretest-posttest control group design
EM Bergman, ABH de Bruin, MATM Vorstenbosch, JGM Kooloos, ...
BMC medical education 15 (1), 133, 2015
252015
Outcome and impact of Master of Public Health programs across six countries: education for change
PAC Zwanikken, NT Huong, XH Ying, L Alexander, MSEA Wadidi, ...
Human resources for health 12 (1), 1-10, 2014
252014
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