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Why Is Classroom Learning a Problem?
Theories Reflected in School Practice? How May Learning The
What Early Theories of Learning Are Reflected
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achieve activity animal apperception B. F. Skinner basic Bayles behaviorists Chapter child chology classical classical conditioning classroom cognitive structure cognitive-field psychology concepts connectionism Connectionists Consequently culture defined democratic drive Educational Psychology effect emphasis experience experimental facts faculties faculty psychology field psychology function Furthermore Gestalt-field psychologists goal Harper & Row havior Herbart Herbartian human behavior Ibid ideas identical elements insights intelligence interaction involved Kurt Lewin law of effect laws learning theory Lewin means mechanistic ment mental discipline mind motivation nature objects occur one's operant conditioning organism outlook perception person physical present principles problem-centered teaching problems psychological environment reflective teaching regard regions reinforcement relationships relativistic response S-R associationisms S-R associationists scientific sense situation social space specific Spence stimulus Stimulus-Response Theory supposedly teacher theory of learning thinking Thorndike Thorndike's thought tion topological transfer of learning understanding valence variables