Psychology and Education: Parallel and Interactive Approaches

Hardcover | June 30, 1993

byH.N. Drewry, J.M. Notterman

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Drawing on the tradition of John Dewey and William James, the authors offer a concise overview of psychological theories and their applications to education, while managing to maintain the distinction between the two disciplines. Their seminal work will prove invaluable for educators, administrators, students in teacher preparation programs, as well as psychologists.

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Drawing on the tradition of John Dewey and William James, the authors offer a concise overview of psychological theories and their applications to education, while managing to maintain the distinction between the two disciplines. Their seminal work will prove invaluable for educators, administrators, students in teacher preparation...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:292 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.27 inPublished:June 30, 1993Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306443643

ISBN - 13:9780306443640

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Preliminary Considerations: What Is Educational Psychology? The Quality of United States Schools. Psychological Viewpoints and Related Paradigms of Learning: Functionalism. Associationism. Russian DialecticalMaterialist Psychology. Behaviorism. Gestalt Psychology. Criticisms of Psychoanalysis by Jung, Adler, and Sullivan. Cognitive Psychology. Professional Aspects of Teaching: Instructional Methods and Nomenclature. Dos and Don'ts of Effective Teaching. Fundamentals of Testing. Fundamentals of Readings. Epilogue and Prologue. Index.