1991．第6卷（Vol. 6）．pp. 8692
鄭肇楨、黃毅英（Shiu-Ching CHENG & Ngai-Ying WONG）
The present study was undertaken to investigate relation of the style of learning mathematics with mathematics achievement, parents' schooling, residental size and expectation from parents and self. Questions on incentive, willingness to think, homework, belief in mathematics and others (such as the usage of calculators and copying from blackboard) were asked to appraise the learning style. Result reveals that the relation between learning style with parents' schooling and residental size is not strong; whereas the relation between expectation and learning style appears mainly in the category concerning homework. However, learning style exhibits considerable sex differences and also differs between high and low achievers.