Educational Psychology in the Classroom

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Educational Psychology in the Classroom

Henry Clay Lindgren

Professor of Psychology, San Francisco State College

THIRD EDITION

John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York · London · Sydney

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Preface to the First Edition xi
  • Contents xv
  • Understanding the Psychology of Teaching and Learning 1
  • Suggested Problems 23
  • Why Learners Behave as They Do 25
  • Suggested Readings 54
  • The Growth and Maturation of the Learner 57
  • Suggested Readings 90
  • The Learner and His Family 91
  • Suggested Problems 125
  • The Learner and His Group 127
  • Suggested Readings 166
  • Emotional Health and Problem Behavior 169
  • Suggested Readings 209
  • Traditional Beliefs and Ideas About Learning 211
  • Suggested Readings 242
  • Psychological Conceptions of the Learning Process 243
  • Suggested Readings 277
  • Cognitive and Affective Factors in Learning 279
  • Suggested Readings 313
  • Problems of Management in Classroom Learning 315
  • Suggested Readings 345
  • Discipline and the Learning Situation 347
  • Suggested Problems 375
  • Building on Learners' Needs and Interests 377
  • Suggested Readings 420
  • The Evaluation of Learning 423
  • Suggested Problems 463
  • Measuring Individual Differences 465
  • Suggested Readings 499
  • Learners Who Need Special Attention 501
  • Suggested Readings 539
  • Problems of the Socially Disadvantaged Learner 541
  • Suggested Problems 574
  • Guidance Services— Individualized Help for the Learner 577
  • Suggested Problems 607
  • The Psychology of Being a Teacher 609
  • Suggested Readings 645
  • References and Author Index 647
  • Subject Index 679
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