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Study Abroad and Learning Outcomes

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Study Abroad and Learning Outcomes

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Do study abroad experiences promote learning? One could assume so, but it's nice to know for sure, and Varela's (2017) meta-analysis of 72 study abroad investigations offers the most definitive answer we have to date. The study looks at learning in three areas: (1) cognitive or language acquisition, (2) affective or multicultural attitudes, and (3) behavioral or intercultural adaptation.

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