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Roger H. Bruning, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Gregory J. Schraw
Royce R. Ronning
This text is rooted in a solid base of current cognitive psychology and motivational research and carefully examines how they apply to teaching and learning. It is an appropriate core text for upper-undergraduate or graduate-level courses in cognition/ instruction in education and applied psychology. This edition reflects new developments in the field using a four-part structure which: 1) covers the basic principles of cognitive psychology, 2) examines school-based applications of a cognitive approach, 3) reflects the emphasis on the importance of beliefs in cognition, and 4) describes new approaches to problem solving, critical thinking, and reflective thought.
1. Introduction to Cognitive Psychology.
I. INFORMATION PROCESSING THEORY.
II. BELIEFS AND COGNITION.
III. FOSTERING COGNITIVE GROWTH.
IV. COGNITION IN THE CLASSROOM.
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