Welch, Jack with Joan Byrne. Straight from the Gut. New York: Warner Books, 2001, pp. 105–106.
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Honey, Peter and Alan Mumford. The Learning Styles Questionnaire. Berkshire, U.K.: Peter Honey Publications, 2000, pp. 9–14. See also http://www.peterhoney.com. The Learning Cycle, which makes up these four learning styles, comes in order of stages, the order being, Stage 1: Activist, Stage 2: Reflector, Stage 3: Theorist, and Stage 4: Pragmatist. Therefore TRAP does not follow the sequence of the learning cycle upon which the learning styles are based, rather TRAP is used as a mnemonic device.