Her primary areas of study are Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Academic achievement, Educational psychology and Cognitive style. Many of her research projects under Mathematics education are closely connected to Prologue with Prologue, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. In Academic achievement, she works on issues like Learning environment, which are connected to Agency.
Her work investigates the relationship between Educational psychology and topics such as Educational research that intersect with problems in Conceptual framework, Independent study, Curriculum and Psychological well-being. She has researched Cognitive style in several fields, including Class and Defensive pessimism. Within one scientific family, Kirsti Lonka focuses on topics pertaining to Cognitive psychology under Social psychology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Developmental psychology.
Kirsti Lonka mostly deals with Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Social psychology, Medical education and Well-being. In the subject of general Pedagogy, her work in Learning environment is often linked to Behavioural sciences, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Mathematics education is a component of her Academic achievement, Educational psychology, Cooperative learning, Writing process and Experiential learning studies.
Her work in Academic achievement addresses subjects such as Teacher education, which are connected to disciplines such as Metacognition. Her work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Personality, Feeling and Situational ethics, intersects with other areas such as Process. Her work on Professional development, Undergraduate education and Problem-based learning as part of general Medical education study is frequently linked to Face, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Kirsti Lonka mainly investigates Burnout, Well-being, Pedagogy, Developmental psychology and Competence. Her research in Burnout intersects with topics in Applied psychology and Psychological resilience. In general Pedagogy study, her work on Student engagement and Academic achievement often relates to the realm of Multiliteracy, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Her studies deal with areas such as Everyday life, Public relations and Medical education as well as Competence. Her Writing process study results in a more complete grasp of Mathematics education. Her Mathematics education study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social relation and Digital divide.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Burnout, Experience sampling method, Social psychology, Sample and Developmental psychology. Her Emotional exhaustion study in the realm of Burnout interacts with subjects such as Well-being. Kirsti Lonka integrates many fields, such as Well-being and engineering, in her works.
Her Experience sampling method research incorporates themes from Academic year and Moderation. Her Social psychology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Action. Her research in the fields of School engagement, Early adolescence and Academic achievement overlaps with other disciplines such as Latent transition analysis.
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Studying in higher education: students' approaches to learning, self‐regulation, and cognitive strategies
Annamari Heikkilä;Kirsti Lonka.
Studies in Higher Education (2006)
Epistemologies, Conceptions of Learning, and Study Practices in Medicine and Psychology.
Kirsti Lonka;Sari Lindblom-Ylänne.
Higher Education (1996)
Interprofessional training in the context of clinical practice: goals and students' perceptions on clinical education wards.
Sari Ponzer;Uffe Hylin;Ann Kusoffsky;Monica Lauffs.
Medical Education (2004)
Aspects and Prospects of Measuring Studying and Learning in Higher Education
Kirsti Lonka;Erkki Olkinuora;Jarkko Mäkinen.
Educational Psychology Review (2004)
Individual Ways of Interacting with the Learning Environment--Are They Related to Study Success?.
Sari Lindblom-Ylänne;Kirsti Lonka.
Learning and Instruction (1998)
Balancing between inspiration and exhaustion: PhD students' experienced socio-psychological well-being
Jenni Stubb;Kirsi Pyhältö;Kirsti Lonka.
Studies in Continuing Education (2011)
Activating instruction: How to foster study and thinking skills in higher education
Kirsti Maaria Lonka;Kirsi Ahola.
European Journal of Psychology of Education (1995)
Review and Process Effects of Spontaneous Note-Taking on Text Comprehension
Virpi Slotte;Kirsti Lonka.
Contemporary Educational Psychology (1999)
Developing scholarly communities as learning environments for doctoral students
Kirsi Pyhältö;Jenni Stubb;Kirsti Lonka.
International Journal for Academic Development (2009)
Students at risk: Students' general study orientations and abandoning/prolonging the course of studies
Jarkko Mäkinen;Erkki Olkinuora;Kirsti Lonka.
Higher Education (2004)
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