Hyuksoon S. Song, Ph.D.

2010 Administration, Leadership, and Technology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Technology of Education, Educational Psychology Education, Health Education
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Jan L. Plass grad student 2010 NYU
 (The effects of learners' prior knowledge, self-regulation, and motivation on learning performance in complex multimedia learning environments.)
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Kalet A, Zabar S, Szyld D, et al. (2017) A simulated "Night-onCall" to assess and address the readiness-for-internship of transitioning medical students. Advances in Simulation (London, England). 2: 13
Szyld D, Uquillas K, Green BR, et al. (2017) Improving the Clinical Skills Performance of Graduating Medical Students Using "WISE OnCall," a Multimedia Educational Module. Simulation in Healthcare : Journal of the Society For Simulation in Healthcare
Song HS, Kalet AL, Plass JL. (2016) Interplay of prior knowledge, self-regulation and motivation in complex multimedia learning environments Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. 32: 31-50
Yavner SD, Pusic MV, Kalet AL, et al. (2015) Twelve tips for improving the effectiveness of web-based multimedia instruction for clinical learners. Medical Teacher. 37: 239-44
Song HS, Pusic M, Nick MW, et al. (2014) The cognitive impact of interactive design features for learning complex materials in medical education. Computers & Education. 71: 198-205
Sarpel U, Hopkins MA, More F, et al. (2013) Medical students as human subjects in educational research. Medical Education Online. 18: 1-6
Kalet A, Ellaway RH, Song HS, et al. (2013) Factors influencing medical student attrition and their implications in a large multi-center randomized education trial. Advances in Health Sciences Education : Theory and Practice. 18: 439-50
Song HS, Kalet AL, Plass JL. (2011) Assessing medical students' self-regulation as aptitude in computer-based learning. Advances in Health Sciences Education : Theory and Practice. 16: 97-107
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