Citations with the tag: EDUCATIONAL psychology
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- Psychology, education and change.
// Education; Summer92, Vol. 112 Issue 4, p542
Examines the role of psychology in education, and its possible role in education's shortcomings. The influence of mainstream psychology; Suggestion that a set of basic psychological needs must be met as preconditions for learning; A discussion.
- The application of three models of educational psychology for assessing and remediating stress in...
Smith, Allan G. // Guidance & Counseling; Spring98, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p13
Presents information on three traditional learning theories most prominent in educational psychology. Details on June who is a senior one student diagnosed with persistent academic stress; Identification of the symptoms of the condition; Discussion on June's systematic needs in education.
- The checkbook approach to managing behavior.
Siegel, Wendy Lowe // Intervention in School & Clinic; Jan96, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p183
Focuses on student behavior management programs. Checkbook method as a behavior management program; Rewards and consequences of the program; Reinforcement schedule; Tracking behavior.
- Groupthink and the classroom: Changing familiar patterns to encourage critical thought.
Johnson, Scott D.; Weaver II, Richard L. // Journal of Instructional Psychology; Jun92, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p99
Considers the US educational system as a contributing factor to a tendency toward groupthink behavior. Definition of groupthink; Author Irving Janis' concept of groupthink; Symptoms of groupthink behavior; Changing the conditions.
- The action-theoretical approach in educational psychology.
Tomic, Welko // Journal of Instructional Psychology; Dec92, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p302
Discusses the action-theoretical approach in educational psychology. Mental actions; Philosophical principles allowed in the Soviet Union; Sociohistorical theory; Internalization hypothesis.
- Full inclusion: Issues and challenges.
Brown, David L. // Journal of Instructional Psychology; Mar97, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p24
Provides a basic definition of inclusion. Philosophy of inclusion; Advantages, and disadvantages of the program for teachers, and students; Discussion of methods of implementing an inclusion program.
Kuh, George D. // Liberal Education; Fall93, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p22
Reports on the effects of ethos on student learning. Background information; Examples; Characteristics of learning ethos; Implications.
- Right brain revenge.
Harvey, Kerric // Liberal Education; Fall93, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p40
Reports on the challenge of penetrating the slippery shell of student complacency facing any instructor in any subject. Background information; Personal commitment; Steps to be taken; Conclusions. INSET: Students speak out, by Christopher Kilmore..
- Seats of learning.
Harvey, Kerric // Psychology Today; Jul/Aug88, Vol. 22 Issue 7/8, p10
According to educational psychologists, children learn better, study more, and are praised by their teachers more often when they sit in classroom rows, rather than around tables.
- Tracked to fail.
Tobias, S. // Psychology Today; Sep89, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p54
Discusses how schools are turning intelligence and skills testing from an assessment tool to a self-fulfilling prophecy that shortchanges most children. How children who test poorly may loose the chance for a quality education; How parents can deal with a child's lack of enthusiasm for schoolwork.
- To be aware or not aware.
Tobias, S. // Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology; Jun1994, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p222
Summarizes the report `To Be Aware or Not Aware? What to Think About While Learning and Performing a Motor Skill,' by R.N. Singer, R. Lidor and J.H. Cauraugh, featured in the periodical `The Sport Psychologist,' volume 7, 1993. Awareness strategy; Non-awareness strategy; Five-step approach.
- The professional practice of educational psychology.
Houtz, John C.; Lewis, Carol D. // Educational Psychology Review; Mar1994, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p1
Discusses the potential for the field of educational psychology to develop a unique professional practice component. Movement beyond the `psychology-applied-to-education' concept; Primary concern of educational psychology; Related studies on educational psychology as a `middleman' between theory...
- Unorthodox thoughts on the nature and mission of contemporary educational psychology.
Solomon, Gavriel // Educational Psychology Review; Dec96, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p397
Examines unorthodox thoughts on the nature and mission of contemporary educational psychology. Critical examinations on the assumptions isolation-reduction and decontextualization in educational psychology; Reformulation on the field's domain through the inclusion of system `design'; Rationale...
- Perspectives on educational psychology.
Hilgard, Ernest R. // Educational Psychology Review; Dec96, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p419
Examines the evolution of the educational psychology in relation to the innovations in education. Developments that affect the innovations; Influences of psychoanalysis and Gestalt psychology; Development of educational psychology textbooks.
- Educational Psychology: What Do We Teach, What Should We Teach?
Snowman, Jack // Educational Psychology Review; Jun97, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p151
Teacher education students sometimes question the value of educational psychology courses even though educational psychology textbooks are primarily concerned with understanding and improving classroom teaching and learning. A survey of current educational psychology textbooks and instructors...
- Reflections of an Aging Educational Psychologist.
Hall, Vernon C. // Educational Psychology Review; Sep97, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p297
It is suggested that the graduate training program in educational psychology fits well into an all inclusive psychology department. I go on to submit that the label of the graduate psychology degree is less important than some would lead us to believe. In addition, I propose two types of...
O'Donnell, Angela M. // Educational Psychology Review; Mar1998, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p1
Introduces a series of articles on educational psychology.
- Portraits of educators: Reflections on 18 high achievers.
Goldberg, Mark F. // Educational Leadership; May95, Vol. 52 Issue 8, p72
Discusses the characteristics of exceptional educators in the United States. Vision; Tenacity; Recursiveness; Time commitment; Dedication to career; Includes Jim Comer, John Goodlad, Madeline Hunter, Albert Shanker, Reuven Feuerstein and Siegfried Ramier.
- Quality assurance and women in higher education.
Luke, Carmen // Higher Education; Jun97, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p433
This paper examines a range of positive and negative consequences for women of Quality Assurance (QA) initiatives in one Australian university. Drawing on Foucault�s concepts of �governmentality� and �power/knowledge�, it is argued that the popular �repressive hypothesis� of power...
- Milieu deprivation and its implications for education in the Republic of South Africa.
Pretorius, Jackie; le Roux, Johann // Adolescence; Fall98, Vol. 33 Issue 131, p689
Discusses the problem of milieu-deprived students in the Republic of South Africa and its implications for educational reform. Characteristics of milieu-deprived social groups; Role of milieu deprivation in poverty; What the task of educating milieu-deprived students may require.
- Family backgrounds and experience, personality development and school performance: A causal...
Pretorius, Jackie; le Roux, Johann // Education; Fall/Winter92, Vol. 113 Issue 1, p133
Presents empirical models pinpointing causal linkages among background factors, family experience, personality traits, and the school performance of Chinese first grade children as a way of clarifying inconsistency in findings related to the personality development of single children and...
- Effect of relevance shifts in category acquisition: A test of neural networks.
Macho, Siegfried // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition; Jan1997, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p30
Examines the effects of changing the validity of stimulus dimensions in the course of category learning. Utilization of family resemblance stimulus structure; Description of models; Integration of information; Manipulation of the relevance of different dimensions; Independent cue model;...
- Anxiety, cognitive interference, and school performance of Italian children.
Comunian, A. L. // Psychological Reports; Dec93, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p747
Reports on the investigation of relationships among cognitive interference, test-anxiety and school performance of Italian children. Three factors for Thought Occurrence Questionnaire; Two factors for Cognitive Interference Questionnaire; Two factors for Test Anxiety Inventory; Positive relation...
- Educational psychology has fallen, but it can get up.
Sternberg, Robert J. // Educational Psychology Review; Jun96, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p175
Focuses on educational psychology. Factors affecting the field of educational psychology; Teaching-learning process as the key to educational psychology; Role of expertise.
- Don't get mad--Get training.
Sternberg, Robert J. // NEA Today; Apr92, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p7
States that teachers in the Janesville-Beloit area of Wisconsin have a new alternative to pulling their hair out when the anger of their job builds--they get training to help them handle what they can't control. `Teacher Anger Workshops'; Helps to deal with stress; Offered free to 1,750...
- Evaluation of the influence of illiteracy on neuropsychological performances by elderly persons.
Grossi, D.; Correra, G. // Perceptual & Motor Skills; Dec93, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p859
Studies the effect of primary notions acquired in early school on cognitive activities later on in life. Neuropsychological examination of elderly persons; Poor neuropsychological performance of elderly people even under normal conditions; Methodology; Statistical treatment of data; Results and...
- ENRICHING A SURVEY COURSE IN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY THROUGH A TEAM TEACHING FORMAT.
Doebler, Lee; Smith, Cheri // Education; Fall96, Vol. 117 Issue 1, p85
Presents a method for energizing an introductory course in educational psychology by using a team teaching approach. Logistics; Test construction; Potential for topics in the course to become compartmentalized; Irritation to team members.
Tice, Terrence N. // Education Digest; Jan1994, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p51
Discusses the view of some psychologists on the Piagetian account of `formal operational thinking.' Comment on the article by Virginia W. Berninger and Cherly M. Yates in the May/June issue of `Roper Review,' titled `Formal Operational Thought in the Gifted: A Post-Piagetian Perspective';...
- Commentaries on the School of the Dialogue of Cultures.
Solomadin, Igor; Matusov, Eugene // Journal of Russian & East European Psychology; Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p4
An introduction is presented in which the editors discuss reports within the issue on topics including commentaries on the School of the Dialogue of Cultures (SDC) previous article, thought-provocative ideas, and questions and inquiries to SDC scholars and educators.
- Democratic maturity: Our most critical educational goal.
Cassel, Russell N. // College Student Journal; Mar1999, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p102
Describes a democratic maturity test in education. Test structure; Parts of the test; Assessment of personal maturity and social integration.
- PSYCHOEDUCATION: FROM CLASSROOM TO TREATMENT GROUP.
Perkins, Rose J. Merlino // College Student Journal; Jun2002, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p289
Research contrasting two formats for psychoeducational treatment, student-led class seminar groups and class paper assignments, showed participant level of intrapersonal and interpersonal interaction to be a significant independent variable for treatment change. A multivariate analysis of...
- Community within diverse settings: Reflection on school success.
Thomas, Cornell // Education; Winter93, Vol. 114 Issue 2, p233
Discusses the effects of the merging of students with different racial and cultural backgrounds in the development of education in the United States. Abundance of diverse perspectives on how individuals interact with the environment; Concept of community; Making student-teacher interactions...
- Implementation of Project RIDE: Responding to individual differences in education.
Jones, Karen H.; Bender, William N. // Journal of Instructional Psychology; Jun92, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p107
Focuses on the Project Responding to Individual Differences in Education (RIDE). Background on Project RIDE; Implementation of the project; Intervention results.
- A response to some current misunderstandings about behavioral education.
Adkins, Vincent K. // Journal of Instructional Psychology; Sep94, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p203
Presents a model of behavioral education called Comprehensive Application of Behavioral Analysis to Schooling (CABAS) as an example of the efficacy of behavioral analysis when exclusively applied to the educational setting. J. Michael Palardy's assertion on the limitation of behavior...
- Communications on education goals: Perceptions of educational goals set by grandparents for their...
Eddy, John; Spaulding, Don; Richards, Tom; Murphy, Stan; Malmberg, Eric; Chandras, Kan; Brubaker, Tom; Morris, A.J. // Journal of Instructional Psychology; Sep98, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p198
Provides information on a study that analyzes the attitudinal and behavioral impact of grandparents on their grandchildren. Perceptions of educational goals set by grandparents for their grandchildren's careers; Intergenerational contact factors; Methods used in the study.
- 7 steps to sports confidence.
Eddy, John; Spaulding, Don; Richards, Tom; Murphy, Stan; Malmberg, Eric; Chandras, Kan; Brubaker, Tom; Morris, A.J. // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; Jul95, Vol. 56 Issue 7, p68
Outlines steps to develop self-confidence and achieve goals in any sport competitions. Realistic goals; Preplan for all the tough times that will be encountered in a sport; Highest quality of efforts in training; Positive self-talk.
- Undergraduate students report their meaning and...
Supaporn, Salee; Griffin, Linda L. // Physical Educator; Spring98, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p57
Presents a study which compared three methodologies to elicit the meaning of having fun and described the students' perspective on having fun in physical education. Data collection and analysis; Degree of having fun; Findings.
- PROCESS ASSESSMENT: A MODEL FOR BROADENING ASSESSMENT.
Meyers, Joel; Pfeffer, Judith; Erlbaum, Vicki // Journal of Special Education; Spring85, Vol. 19 Issue 1
Focuses on process assessment as an alternative frame of reference for conducting psychoeducational assessment. Significant factors of the assessment method; Advantages of process assessment over other assessment methods for psychoeducational studies.
- The educational psychologist and school organization development in the reconstruction of...
De Jong, Terry // South African Journal of Psychology; Jun96, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p114
Examines positions on systems thinking and educational psychology service delivery in the South African context. School organization development project; Power; Sustainability.
- Regression discontinuity designs: Applications for school psychologists.
Braden, Jeffrey P.; Bryant, Tracey J. // School Psychology Review; 1990, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p232
Focuses on regression discontinuity designs which offer school psychologists a tool to evaluate the effects of programs on individuals. Procedures for conducting regression discontinuity designs; Strengths, weaknesses and factors that influence the decision to use or avoid regression continuity...
- The Potential for Empirically Based Estimates of Expected Progress for Students With Learning Disabilities: Legal and Conceptual Issues.
Stone, C. Addison; Doane, J. Abram // School Psychology Review; 2001, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p473
Abstract. The propose of this article is to spark discussion regarding the value and feasibility of empirically based procedures for goal setting and evaluation of educational services. Recent legal decisions and policy debates point to the need for clearer criteria in decisions regarding...
- Mental training.
Stone, C. Addison; Doane, J. Abram // Women's Sports & Fitness; Aug84, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p40
The mind is one part of the body athletes often forget to train. The mind is prone to rambling that can interfere with concentration and success more surely than anything else. This article studies different aspects of mind games: goal-setting ;visualization; winning and losing; and how they...
Seibert, Norbert // European Education; Fall93, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p38
Discusses difficulties facing the teacher in the educational system in Germany and ways that the teacher can overcome these difficulties. Pedagogical challenge; Determining factors.
- Values, interests and attitudes within vocational behaviour.
Wach, Monique; Gosling, Patrick // European Journal of Psychology of Education - EJPE (Instituto Su; Sep2004, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p223
Introduces a series of articles on values, interests and attitudes in educational psychology.
- BOOKS RECEIVED.
Wach, Monique; Gosling, Patrick // European Journal of Psychology of Education - EJPE (Instituto Su; Jun2007, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p217
The article list books that have been received including "Peace psychology: A comprehensive introduction," by H. H. Blumberg, A. P. Hare and A. Costin (Eds.), "When life speeds up as you get older: How memory shapes our past," by D. Draaisma, A. Pomerans and E. Pomerans (Eds.) and "A vision for...
- BOOKS RECEIVED.
Wach, Monique; Gosling, Patrick // European Journal of Psychology of Education - EJPE (Instituto Su; Mar2008, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p117
The article lists books received by the publication, including "A Generation at Risk," by G. Forster, C. Levine and J. Williamson, "Infants' Sense of People," by M. Legerstee, and "Religion, Culture and Mental Health," by K. Loewenthal.
- Consider This.
Sheffer, Susannah // New Moon Network; Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p15
Emphasizes the importance of considering the individual learning styles of students.
- Increasing the quality of educational intervention research.
Pressley, Michael; Harris, Karen R. // Educational Psychology Review; Sep94, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p191
Reviews concerns on the quality of quantitative, experimental research in education. Statistical designs and analyses issues; Representation of findings to consumers; Actions that intervention researchers can take to improve studies.
- Comments and reflection.
Hennessey, Beth // Educational Psychology Review; Jun95, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p209
Comments on the articles published in the June 1995 issue of the periodical `Educational Psychology Review' on the application of creativity knowledge to education. Role of motivation in the creative process; Recommendations offered to teachers wishing to shape a classroom situation conducive...
- Comment and reflection.
Esquivel, Giselle B. // Educational Psychology Review; Jun95, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p215
Comments on articles published in the June 1995 issue of the periodical `Educational Psychology Review' on the application of creativity knowledge to education. Understanding of the development and conceptual perspective on the role of teachers in enhancing creativity; Use of computer programs...