Survey of Research on Learning Styles
Focuses on studies conducted in the U.S. on learning styles that have revealed the effect of environmental, emotional, sociological, physiological and cognitive preferences on students' achievements. Correlational studies that were conducted to investigate connections between individual preferences and other influences on learning; Influence of physical activity of students on learning.
Dunn, R., Beaudry, J.S., & Klavas, A. (1989). Survey of Research on Learning Styles. Educational Leadership, 46(6), 50-58.