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Robert F. Mager
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Preparing Instructional Objectives

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English Studies, Education
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Published February 28th 1984 by Lake Publishing Company (CA) (first published June 1st 1962)
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Mager is a heavyweight in the field of training and performance improvement, and popularized the concept of Criterion Referenced Instruction.

Mager achieved A.B. and M.A. degrees from Ohio University and finished his Ph.D. in Psychology at the State University of Iowa.
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