Learning and Studying: A Research Perspective

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Psychology Press, 1998 - Education - 179 pages

Learning and Studying looks at how psychologists study the crucial processes of learning and studying in higher education. James Hartley uses current research to explore such topics as: learning theory and educational practice, personality and learning, older learners, improving learning skills, learning and human-computer interaction and assessment and evaluation. Written in a lively style and full of up-to-date material, examples and case studies, Learning and Studying offers plenty of advice to today's consumers of educational practice - students and their teachers.

 

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Contents

Learning theory in practice
15
Individual differences
33
Academic learning and older
59
Improving study skills
77
New technology and learning
99
Assessment
125
Glossary
147
Index
173
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