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Mind maps : processed as intuitively as thought? Investigating late elementary graders’ reading-for-learning patterns in-depth : Abstracts

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MLA
Merchie, Emmelien, et al. “Mind Maps : Processed as Intuitively as Thought? Investigating Late Elementary Graders’ Reading-for-Learning Patterns in-Depth : Abstracts.” WOG 2019 : Developing and Stimulating Competencies : Methodological Challenges and Opportunities for Research, 2019, pp. 25–27.
APA
Merchie, E., Heirweg, dr. S., & Van Keer, H. (2019). Mind maps : processed as intuitively as thought? Investigating late elementary graders’ reading-for-learning patterns in-depth : Abstracts. In WOG 2019 : Developing and stimulating competencies : methodological challenges and opportunities for research (pp. 25–27). Leuven, Belgium.
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Merchie, Emmelien, dr. Sofie Heirweg, and Hilde Van Keer. 2019. “Mind Maps : Processed as Intuitively as Thought? Investigating Late Elementary Graders’ Reading-for-Learning Patterns in-Depth : Abstracts.” In WOG 2019 : Developing and Stimulating Competencies : Methodological Challenges and Opportunities for Research, 25–27. Leuven, Belgium.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Merchie, Emmelien, dr. Sofie Heirweg, and Hilde Van Keer. 2019. “Mind Maps : Processed as Intuitively as Thought? Investigating Late Elementary Graders’ Reading-for-Learning Patterns in-Depth : Abstracts.” In WOG 2019 : Developing and Stimulating Competencies : Methodological Challenges and Opportunities for Research, 25–27. Leuven, Belgium.
Vancouver
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Merchie E, Heirweg dr. S, Van Keer H. Mind maps : processed as intuitively as thought? Investigating late elementary graders’ reading-for-learning patterns in-depth : Abstracts. In: WOG 2019 : Developing and stimulating competencies : methodological challenges and opportunities for research. Leuven, Belgium; 2019. p. 25–7.
IEEE
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E. Merchie, dr. S. Heirweg, and H. Van Keer, “Mind maps : processed as intuitively as thought? Investigating late elementary graders’ reading-for-learning patterns in-depth : Abstracts,” in WOG 2019 : Developing and stimulating competencies : methodological challenges and opportunities for research, Leuven, Belgium, 2019, pp. 25–27.
@inproceedings{8632078,
  author       = {{Merchie, Emmelien and Heirweg, dr. Sofie and Van Keer, Hilde}},
  booktitle    = {{WOG 2019 : Developing and stimulating competencies : methodological challenges and opportunities for research}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Leuven, Belgium}},
  pages        = {{25--27}},
  title        = {{Mind maps : processed as intuitively as thought? Investigating late elementary graders’ reading-for-learning patterns in-depth : Abstracts}},
  url          = {{https://ppw.kuleuven.be/o_en_o/CIPenT/wog-2019}},
  year         = {{2019}},
}