Online homework is not significantly associated with course enjoyment Public Deposited

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  • The purpose of this research was to discover if using online homework contributes to an overall higher enjoyment of the Introductory Psychology class, given that other factors are held constant. Students who used the online homework PsychPortlal for the Introductory Psychology 202 class would rate the “overall enjoyment of the psychology 202 class” higher than those students who didn’t used PsychPortal as a practice tool for the class.
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