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The psychology of learning applied to teaching [by] B.R. Bugelski.


2d ed.. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1971] .
ISBN 9780672607851, 0672607859

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Subjects Apprentissage, Psychologie de l'
Einführung.
Learning, Psychology of.
Leerpsychologie.
Lernpsychologie.
Pädagoge.
Pädagogische Psychologie.
Description xvi, 344 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 329-338).
Contents Chapter one: the psychology of learning and educational practice. Human engineering. Learning psychologists and education. Learning in real life. The psychologist and the classroom: a recapitulation -- Chapter two: two theories of learning. The principles of Pavlov. Practical aspects of Pavlovian findings. The theory of Thorndike. Practical applications of Thorndike's theories. Pavlov and Thorndike: a comparison -- Chapter three: The Thorndike tradition. The postulates of C.L. Hull. Practical applications of Hull's postulates. The systematic views of Skinner. Practical applications of Skinner's basic views -- Chapter four: The Pavlovian tradition in America. The theory of Watson. The system of Guthrie. Practical applications of Guthrie's system. Tolman's systematic thought. Practical applications of Tolman's principles -- Chapter five: Integration of the two traditions. The Mowrer theory. Practical applications of Mowrer's theory. Conclusion -- Chapter six: Early and late learning. The influence of early environment. Slow and fast learning. Practical applications -- Chapter seven: The problems of action, attention, and reinforcement. Action. Attention. Reinforcement -- Chapter eight: The problem of forgetting and extinction. Remembering and recall. Other factors in forgetting. Extinction. Practical consequences and suggestions -- Chapter nine: The problem of transfer of training and the problem of understanding. Transfer of training. Identity and transfer. Understanding. Practical conclusions about understanding and principles -- Chapter ten: Programmed learning. The work of Skinner. The program. The "psychology" in programming. An assessment of programmed learning -- Chapter eleven: Technological aids to education. Audio-visual aids. Motion pictures and television. Language-teaching tapes. Technology and programming -- Chapter twelve: Practical applications of psychology to learning: a summary. A theory of instruction. Three basic considerations about teaching. Suggestions for the teacher -- Chapter thirteen: An illustrative appendix the psychology of reading.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)153838
(OCoLC)ocm00153838
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WorldCat Identities Bugelski, B. R. 1913-
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