The Psychology of Learning

The Psychology of Learning

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The Psychology of Learning: An Introduction for Students of Education underlines some of the practical implications of the classical and more traditional topics of study, as well as the theoretical models of learning and psycholinguistics. The book explores various aspects of learning, including memory, motivation, skills, language, thinking, problem-solving, intelligence, ability, personality, educational technology, and moral behavior. The topics discussed in this book will be very valuable for all teachers in training.level of divergent thinking ability between arts and science specialists at the age of 15. Failure ... it is not simply a matter of essay versus objective type question, but of the kind of ability, attainment or thought process which has to be assessed.

Title:The Psychology of Learning
Author: Gordon R. Cross
Publisher:Elsevier - 2014-05-18

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