I, too am curious about the statement: "non-research-based
idea of learning styles". Do you have more specific evidence that
these definitions are non-research based?
Having sat through too many workshops on learning styles, I wonder if
these definitions are largely dreamed up terms, or actually researched
definitions of specific behaviors. Generally the workshops define the
different styles "with authority", but that leaves much to question...
So, what is the basis of Horton's statement? Karl