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PEPS Learning Style Inventory             

 

 


The comprehensive Productivity Environmental Preference Survey (PEPS) identifies 16 different components of learning style and productivity.  It identifies the conditions under which an adult is most likely to produce, achieve, create, solve problems, make decisions and learn in occupational or educational activities.  These are the 16 factors identified by the PEPS: 

Immediate Environment

Sound
Temperature
Light
Design (formal or informal)


  Emotional Factors

Motivation
Persistence
Structure or Flexibility

Sociological Needs

Alone or peer oriented
Authority oriented

 

Perceptual Preferences

Auditory
Visual
Tactile
Kinesthetic

 

Physical Needs

Intake
Time of Day
Mobility

 

The PEPS is integrated into the online e-text, CollegeScope, and is available for use with the printed text, College and Career Success, by using the online access code printed on the inside front cover of the text. 

The PEPS has been researched and developed for 30 years by Gary Price, Professor Emeritus, University of Kansas. 

How to Administer and Interpret the PEPS

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