Visual Learning Styles Bibliography


This bibliography of sources about the visual learning style contains information in APA format for all sources used on this site in the articles and for the foundational research that spawned the creation of this website. Some of the results are supplemental in that they are not directly quoted or used for a specific article on visual learning styles, but most have been directly referenced within one of the articles available in our directory of articles on learning styles here. If you have one that you think would be a good supplemental addition, please This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with the full citation and/or a link to the original source.


Alumran, J. I. A. (2008). Learning Styles in Relation to Gender, Field of Study, and Academic Achievement for Bahraini University Students.Individual Differences Research, 6(4), 303-316.

Baribeau, J. R. (2006). Adapting Coaching Methods to Different Learning Styles. Coach & Athletic Director, 75(7), 51-51.

Cook D.A. (2006). Impact of self-assessment questions and learning styles in Web-based learning: a randomized, controlled, crossover trial. Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association Of American Medical Colleges, 81(3), 231-8.

Choi, I. (2009). Implementing a case-based e-learning environment in a lecture-oriented anaesthesiology class: Do learning styles matter in complex problem solving over time? British Journal of Educational Technology, 40(5), 933-947.

Gravenhorst, R. M. (2007). Student Learning Styles and Academic Performance in a Non-traditional Anatomy Course. Journal of Dance Education, 7(2), 38-46

Fatt Poon Teng, J. (2000). Understanding the Learning Styles of Students: Implications for Educators. International Journal of Sociology & Social Policy, 20(11/12), 31-45.
Kraemer. (2009). The Neural Correlates of Visual and Verbal Cognitive Styles. Journal of Neuroscience, 29(12), 3792-3798.

Kirby, John R., Moore, Phillip J. (1988).Verbal and visual learning styles. Contemporary Educational Psychology (13). 169-184.

Laight D.W. (2004). Attitudes to concept maps as a teaching/learning activity in undergraduate health professional education: influence of preferred learning style. Medical Teacher, 26(3), 229-33.

Lisle A.M. (2007). Assessing learning styles of adults with intellectual difficulties. Journal Of Intellectual Disabilities: JOID, 11(1), 23-45.

Lincoln. (2006). Learning Styles of ESL Students in Community Colleges.Community College Journal of Research, 30(5-6), 485-500.

Litzinger, T.A., Ha Lee, S., Wise, J.C., & Felder, R. (2005). A study of the reliability and validity of the Felder-Solomon Index of Learning Styles. Proceedings of the 2005 American Society for Engineering Education.

Mayer. (2003). Three Facets of Visual and Verbal Learners: Cognitive Ability, Cognitive Style, and Learning Preference. Journal of Educational Psychology, 95(4), 833-846.

Mixon, K. (2004). Three Learning Styles... Four Steps to Reach Them. Teaching Music, 11(4), 48-52.

Oakland, T. (2000). Temperament-based Learning Styles of Visually Impaired Students. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 94(1), 26-33.

Olapiriyakul, K. (2006). A guide to establishing hybrid learning courses: Employing information technology to create a new learning experience, and a case study. The Internet and Higher Education, 9(4), 287-301.

Pashler. (2009). Learning Styles: Concepts and Evidence. Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 9(3), 105-119.

Ross, J., & Schulz, R. (1999). Using the World Wide Web to Accommodate Diverse Learning Styles. College Teaching, 47(4), 123.

Rourke, A. J. (2008). I can See but I don't Understand it! Investigating Visual Literacy Skills and Learning Styles among Higher Education Design Students. International Journal of the Humanities, 6(6), 19-25.

Slack. (2007). Evaluating the reliability and validity of a learning styles inventory: a classroom-based study. Educational Research, 49(1), 51-63.