An Introduction to Cognitive Education: Theory and Applications

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Psychology Press, 1997 - Education - 268 pages
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This book provides an accessible introduction to the field of cognitive education. It explains the concepts commonly found in the cognitive psychology and cognitive education literatures, theories and models of human thinking and intelligent behavior, and how these have been applied to psychoeducational assessment, instruction, and the adaption of student behavior. The book includes numerous examples to explain the concepts, theories, and applications, and includes supplementary reading lists and study questions.
 

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Text is informative to a new process in evaluating learning. Text integrates projects and applicatins with new terminology. Research is evident by applications to the theories.

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Page 240 - Vye, NJ (1985). Improving thinking and learning skills: An analysis of three approaches. In J. Segal, SF Chipman and R. Glaser (eds), Thinking and learning skills: Relating instruction to research (Vol. 1, pp. 133-208). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Page 240 - The relationship between cognitive strategy training and performance on tasks of reading comprehension with a learning disabled group of children', unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.
Page 240 - L. (1974). Demographic and psychometric factors related to improved performance on the Kohs learning potential procedure. American journal of Mental Deficiency, 78, 578-585.

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Adrian Ashman is Director of the Fred and Eleanor Schonell Special Education Research Centre at the University of Queensland. Robert Conway teaches at the Special Education Centre at the University of Newcastle, New South Wales.

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