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Confirmatory Factor Analysis of Cognitive Load Ratings Supports a Two-Factor Model
The Quantitative Methods for Psychology
The practically usable measures of cognitive load are important for evaluating learning and performance conditions, and obtaining empirical evidence in support of theoretical hypotheses. Subjective rating scales remain popular tools for measuring cognitive load, especially in realistic environments, despite the development of more technically sophisticated objective measures that are suitable mostly for laboratory settings only. In accordance with the traditional view of cognitive load theory,doi:10.20982/tqmp.16.3.p216 fatcat:uz3k7ralb5dzrb7jcd6vmjcism