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ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

K. P. Pandey, Amita Bharadwaj, Asha Pandey

Year : 2021 impression

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x+310 pp, First Published in 2010

ISBN : 9788175415706(HB), Price : Rs.1,600.00 Add To Cart

ISBN : 97881754157139(PB), Price : Rs.350.00Add To Cart

About the Book

The book Advanced Educational Psychology provides latest information relating to the discussion and exposition of the various concepts and themes. It is hoped that pre-service teachers will like the presentation because of clarity and lucidity in the treatment of theme as a whole. The book will be useful to all who have interest in the subject as a part of their curriculum.

About Author

Prof. K. P. Pandey, a brilliant scholar, is a former Professor of Education cum Director, International Center for Distance Learning, Shimla. He has held various positions of eminence including that of Vice Chancellor, M G Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi; Head & Dean, Department of Education, Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi; Emeritus Professor UGC, CCS University, Meerut. He has been decorated with several awards-national and international for his outstanding contribution and excellence in education. Currently he is working as Director, SHEPA, Varanasi.

Dr. Amita Bharadwaj, M.A., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Education), Ph.D. (Science) is Sr. Lecturer at LBS Deemed University, New Delhi.

Dr. Asha Pandey, M.A., M.Ed. Ph.D. (Education) is Sr. Lecturer at Vasanta College of Women, BHU, Varanasi.


Contents

Preface

1. Relationship of Education and Psychology

1.1 Introduction
1.2 Focal Concern of Educational Psychology
1.3 Content of Educational Psychology
1.4 Summary

2. Contributions of Schools of Psychology to Education

2.1 Introduction
2.2 Contributions of Schools of Thought in Psychology
2.3 Emergence of Early Schools
2.4 School of Behaviorism
2.5 Gestalt School
2.6 The Psychoanalytical School
2.7 Mc Dougall's Hormic Psychology
2.8 Goldstein's Organismic Psychology
2.9 David Ausubel's Theory
2.10 Ausubel Lectures
2.11 Benjamin Bloom
2.12 Robert M. Gagne
2.13 Summary

3. Learning and its Theories

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Learing: Concept and Meaning
3.3 Theories of Learning: How do we Learn?
3.4 Transfer of Training
3.5 Motivation and Learning
3.6 Motivation Problems
3.7 Summary

4. Problem Solving, Creativity and Individual Differences

4.1 Introduction
4.2 Problem Solving
4.3 Creativity
4.4 Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development
4.5 Individual Differences
4.6 Summary


5. Intelligence and Personality
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Intelligence: Its Meaning, Nature, Theoriesand Measurements
5.3 Three Kinds of Theories of Ability
5.4 Types of Structure of Ability Identified by Theorists
5.5 Spearman's Two Factor Theory
5.6 Burt's Group Factor Theory
5.7 Vernon's Hierarchical Structure Theory
5.8 Thurstone's Multiple Factor Theory
5.9 Guilford's Structure of Intellect Model
5.10 Cattell's Theory of 'Fluid' and CrystallisedIntelligence
5.11 Emotional Intelligence
5.12 Measurement of Intelligence
5.13 Individual Tests of General Ability
5.14 Group Tests of General Ability
5.15 Personality-Its Meaning, Nature, Type and Traits Theories Measurements of Personality
5.16 Some Personality Theories
5.17 Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
5.18 Estimate of Type Theories
5.19 Trait Theories
5.20 Allport's Theory of Personal Disposition
5.21 Cattell's Theory of Surface and Source Traits
5.22 Eysenck's theory of three basic dimensions
5.23 Measurement of Personality
5.24 The Social Consequences of Testing
5.25 Adjustment: Meaning and Process of Adjustment
5.26 Defence Mechanisms
5.27 Mental Hygiene and Mental Health
5.28 Stress Management
5.29 Summary

6. Psychology and Education of Children with SpecialNeeds

6.1 Introduction
6.2 Concerns of Special Education
6.3 High Intellectual Capabilities (Giftedness)
6.4 Learning Disability
6.5 Physically Handicapped Children
6.6 Visually Handicapped
6.7 Auditorily Handicapped
6.8 Speech Handicapped
6.9 Orthopaedically Handicapped
6.10 Visually Handicapped Individuals
6.11 Hearing Impaired Individuals
6.12 Intelligence in Relation to Hearing HandicappedChildren
6.13 Orthopaedically Handicapped
6.14 Emotionally Disturbed Individuals
6.15 Intellectual Impairment
6.16 Summary

Model Test Paper

Index
 

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