Cognitive styles of international and domestic graduate students from two departments in a College of Agriculture were assessed with the GEFT. Relationships between gender and major were also examined. A mixed-method approach examined antecedents in the international students. International students were found significantly more field dependent than domestic graduate students. lmplications are drawn for teachers and advisers.



cognitive styles, international students, domestic students

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