Educational Psychology

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EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

by Arthur I. Gates PROFESSOR OF EDUCATION, TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

Arthur T. Jersild PROFESSOR OF EDUCATION, TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

T. R. McConnell PROFESSOR OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

Robert C. Challman ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF EDUCATION, TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

A Revision of Psychology
for Students of Education

NEW YORK The Macmillan Company

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Table of Contents xi
  • Chapter I Introduction: the Scope of Educational Psychology 3
  • General References 15
  • Chapter II the Development of Behavior: Introductory 17
  • Summary 40
  • General References 44
  • References Cited in the Text 45
  • Chapter III Physical and Motor Development 48
  • Summary 73
  • General References 79
  • Chapter IV Emotional Development 82
  • Summary 112
  • General References 118
  • References Cited in the Text 119
  • Chapter V Development of Social Behavior 122
  • Summary 159
  • General References 166
  • Chapter VI Mental Development 172
  • Summary 215
  • General References 220
  • References Cited in the Text 221
  • Chapter VII the Nature and Measurement of Intelligence 225
  • Summary and Conclusions 250
  • General References 253
  • References Cited in the Text 254
  • Chapter VIII the Practical Uses of Intelligence and Other Aptitude Tests 256
  • Summary 281
  • General References 293
  • References Cited in the Text 293
  • Chapter IX the General Nature of Learning -- I 295
  • Summary 318
  • General References 322
  • References Cited in the Text 322
  • Chapter X the General Nature of Learning -- II 324
  • Summary 341
  • General References 346
  • References Cited in the Text 347
  • Chapter XI Principles of Guidance in Learning -- I 349
  • Summary 372
  • General References 375
  • References Cited in the Text 376
  • Chapter XII Principles of Guidance in Learning -- II 377
  • Summary 416
  • General References 420
  • References Cited in the Text 420
  • Chapter XIII the Development of Meanings 424
  • Summary 456
  • General References 460
  • Referemces Cited in the Text 461
  • Chapter XIV Reasoning and Problem Solving 463
  • Summary 495
  • General References 502
  • References Cited in the Text 502
  • Chapter XV Transfer of Training 504
  • Summary 536
  • General References 540
  • References Cited in the Text 540
  • Chapter XVI Tests and Measurements 543
  • General References 585
  • References Cited in the Text 586
  • Vi Chapter XVII Other Methods of Appraisal 588
  • Summary and Conclusions 619
  • General References 623
  • Chapter XVIII the Adjustment of the Individual 626
  • Concluding Remarks 680
  • Summary 681
  • General References 683
  • References Cited in the Text 684
  • Chapter XIX Mental Health Hazards of the School Child 687
  • Summary 717
  • General References 719
  • References Cited in the Text 720
  • Chapter XX Guidance of the Individual Child 722
  • General References 752
  • References Cited in the Text 753
  • Chapter XXI the Mental Health of the Teacher 754
  • Summary 782
  • General References 785
  • References Cited in the Text 785
  • Index of Authors 789
  • Subject Index 796
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