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Twitchell, D. E. (1990). Robert M. Gagné and M. David Merrill in conversation: No. 1: Reviewing the main points of Robert M. Gagné's learning theory. Educational Technology, 30(7), 34-39.

Twitchell, D. E. (1990). Robert M. Gagné and M. David Merrill in conversation: No. 2: Reviewing the main points of M. David Merrill's learning theory. Educational Technology, 30(8), 36-41.

Twitchell, D. E. (1990). Robert M. Gagné and M. David Merrill in conversation: No. 3: An overview of M. David Merrill's new Component Display Theory. Educational Technology, 30(9), 36-42.

Twitchell, D. E. (1990). Robert M. Gagné and M. David Merrill in conversation: No. 4: A look at the differences between the theories of Robert M. Gagné and M. David Merrill. Educational Technology, 30(10), 37-45.

Twitchell, D. E. (1990). Robert M. Gagné and M. David Merrill in conversation: No. 5: A comparison of Robert M. Gagné's events of instruction and M. David Merrill's Component Display Theory. Educational Technology, 30 (11), 35-39.

Twitchell, D. E. (1990). Robert M. Gagné and M. David Merrill in conversation: No. 6: The cognitive psychological basis for instructional design. Educational Technology, 30(12), 35-46.

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