An Introduction to Cognitive Education Theory and Applications

Ashman, Adrian and Conway, Robert An Introduction to Cognitive Education Theory and Applications. Edited by Ashman, Adrian UK: Routledge, 1997.

Author Ashman, Adrian
Conway, Robert
Title An Introduction to Cognitive Education Theory and Applications
Place of Publication UK
Publisher Routledge
Publication year 1997
ISBN 978-0-415-12840-7
978-0-415-12839-1
978-0-203-03518-4
Language eng
Editor Ashman, Adrian
Total number of pages 268
Subjects 330101 Educational Psychology
Abstract/Summary Cognitive education brings together the disciplines of cognitive psychology and education. This book provides an introduction to the field. It explains the concepts commonly found in the cognitive psychology and cognitive education literatures, theories and models of human thinking and intelligent behaviour, and how these have been applied to psychoeducational assessment, instruction, and the adaption of student behaviour. The book includes numerous examples to explain the concepts, theories, and applications, and includes supplementary reading lists and study questions.

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