Volume 3 (2020)
Volume 2 (2019)
Volume 1 (2018)

The Iranian Journal of Learning and Memory is an open-accessed double-blind peer review and refereed Journal that is published by the Iranian Educational Psychology Association. It should be noted that this Journal was introduced to the Commission of Scientific Publications of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology on 96/11/18 and was granted the Academic Research degree (License No. /3/18/285144). Also, this journal is published under the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance license No.84799.

 

1. The Effect of Visual and Auditory Accuracy Training Strategies on Improving the Reading Performance of Second-Year Elementary Students with Dyslexia in Sabzevar

hassan bagheri nia; gholam reza zareian; Seyed Ahmad Mohammadi Hoseini; zahra ejadi

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022

Abstract
  In the present study, the effect of visual and auditory accuracy training strategies on improving reading performance in second-grade dyslexic students was investigated. The statistical population of this study was estimated to be 900 second grade elementary school students with dyslexia in Sabzevar ...  Read More

2. Modeling Academic Emotions based on the Quality of Parent-Child Relationships Mediated by the Psychological Capital

nazanin mohammadi; Soghra Ebrahimi Ghavam; Fariborz Dortaj

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022

Abstract
  The current study aimed to propose a model for academic emotions based on the quality of parent-child relationships by the mediation of the psychological capital. It was conducted as a descriptive-correlation study and the data were analyzed using the structural equation modeling. The statistical population ...  Read More

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3. Problem-based E-learning on students’ learning and academic efficacy during the COVID-19 pandemic

Mehdi Badali; Parvin Mirzaei; Hoda Assadi; Nazanin Shafieifar

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022

Abstract
  In early 2020, the coronavirus outbreak compelled higher education institutions worldwide to cancel campus-based teaching and conduct a variety of electronic learning which led to assessment of the quality of e-learning and its results, such as learning and self-efficacy. Thus, this study aimed to determine ...  Read More

4. Investigating the effect of promotional gifts on customer attitude and observational learning (Case study of Ofogh Kourosh store)

Valimohammad Darini

Volume 4, Issue 16 , January 2022

Abstract
  Promotional gift is one of the tools to promote non-monetary sales that has various dimensions and these dimensions can affect the attitude of customers and ultimately their intention to buy. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of promotional gifts on customer attitude and observational ...  Read More

1. Community of Inquiry and Perceived Learning: A Study of a Blended Learning Environment

Mohammad Hadi Zahedi; Rouhollah khodabandelou; Golnar Mehran

Volume 1, Issue 4 , January 2019, , Pages 51-57

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/iepa.2019.86026

Abstract
  The initial proposed the Community of Inquiry (COI) framework suggests that social presence, teaching presence, and cognitive presence are essential dimensions to promote successful learning experiences in higher education blended learning environments as educational model of the community of inquiry ...  Read More

2. Bilingualism and Personality Shifts: Different Personality Traits in Persian- English Bilinguals Shifting Between Two Languages

Rouhollah Rezapour; Sahar Zanjirani

Volume 3, Issue 10 , August 2020, , Pages 25-32

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/iepa.2020.230347.1169

Abstract
  The purpose of this descriptive-internet survey was to examine whether Persian- English bilinguals express different personality traits when they switch language when responding to Big Five Inventory (BFI) as a measure of personality once in Persian and once in English. It has been proposed that language ...  Read More

3. Effectiveness of Pygmalion Effect-based Education of Teachers on the Students’ Self-efficacy and Academic Engagement

Faezeh Jahan; Dariush Mehrafzoon

Volume 1, Issue 4 , January 2019, , Pages 17-22

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/iepa.2019.89167

Abstract
  The current study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of Pygmalion effect-based education of teachers on the students’ self-efficacy and academic engagement. The study is quasi-experimental (pretest-posttest with control group). The statistical population of this study includes all students ...  Read More

4. The Effectiveness of Teaching Critical Thinking Skills on Students’ Academic Achievement in Mathematics and Science: A Study in Timss Framework

Mohammad Sharifi; Jalil Fathabadi; Abdolazim Karimi; Masoud Sharifi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , April 2018, , Pages 21-30

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/iepa.2018.77431

Abstract
  The present study, conducted in Timss 2007 framework, aimed to examine the effectiveness of teachingcritical thinking on students’ academic achievement in mathematics and science. Research design was Quasi-experimental. Research sample (With available sampling method) included two classes of third ...  Read More

5. Effectiveness of Sand Tray Therapy on Emotional- Behavioral Problems in Preschool Children

Seyedeh Narges Abdollahi Keivani; Khadijeh Abolmaali

Volume 1, Issue 2 , July 2018, , Pages 29-36

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/iepa.2018.84998

Abstract
  Emotional-behavioral problems are common in preschool-children and might have some destructive effects on them as well as others. Sand tray therapy is an effective technique that encourages children to express their thoughts, feelings, and conflicts through symbolic expression and story. In this technique ...  Read More

1. The Effectiveness of Group Counseling of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy on Internet Addiction and Cognitive Emotion Regulation in High School Students

Hossein Ilanloo; Sedigheh Ahmadi; Kianoosh Zahrakar; Elvira Cicognani

Articles in Press, Corrected Proof, Available Online from 22 May 2022

Abstract
  The present study aimed to explore the effectiveness of group counseling of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy on internet addiction and cognitive emotion regulation in high school students. The research design was quasi-experimental and pretest-posttest type and a two-month follow-up with a control ...  Read More

2. How Task Types and Cognitive Styles Make a Difference: Metadiscourse Units and EFL Learners' Oral Production Linguistic Complexity

Rajab Esfandiari; Omid Allaf-Akbary

Articles in Press, Corrected Proof, Available Online from 22 May 2022

Abstract
  Many scholars have long contributed to making the instruction of oral production more effectively. This study compared three task types (information-gap, reasoning-gap, and opinion-gap tasks) and two cognitive styles (field-independence and field-dependence) regarding their effects on English as a foreign ...  Read More

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