SELF CONCEPT
SELF CONCEPT

Definition –  Psychologically, the whole set of attitudes opinions and cognitions that a person ...

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PERSONALITY
PERSONALITY

In child centered education, child has been given utmost importance. The Child‘s personality pla...

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Key Learning Processes: Reinforcement, Extinction, Generalisation, Discrimination and Spontaneous Recovery
Key Learning Processes: Reinforcement, Extinction, Generalisation, Discrimination and Spontaneous Recovery

When learning takes place, be it classical or operant conditioning, it involves the occurrence of...

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Difference Between Classical Conditioning and Operant Conditioning
Difference Between Classical Conditioning and Operant Conditioning

In classical conditioning, the organism learns the relationship between one stimulus (bell) and th...

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SOCIOMETRY
SOCIOMETRY

    Educational Psychology is the systematic study of applications of principles of psychology ...

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Group Dynamics
Group Dynamics

Human beings exhibit some characteristic behavior patterns when interacting in groups. Therefor...

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Types of Reinforcement and Punishment
Types of Reinforcement and Punishment

The effects of reinforcement and punishment were discovered by B.F. Skinner through his experiments using his operant conditioning chamber...

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Ausubel's Theory of Meaningful learning
Ausubel's Theory of Meaningful learning

David Paul Ausubel was an American psychologist whose most significant contribution to the fields...

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INFORMATION-PROCESSING THEORY
INFORMATION-PROCESSING THEORY

Cognitive Development: Information Processing The  information-processing approach  views the...

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GARDNER’S THEORY OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE
GARDNER’S THEORY OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE

This theory was propounded by Howard Gardner of Harvard University. Through his theory he challen...

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Constructivism
Constructivism

Constructivist Learning Theory Constructivism is a meta-concept. It is not just another way o...

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Forms Of Learning
Forms Of Learning

OBSERVATIONAL  LEARNING The next form of learning takes place by  observing others. Earli...

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LEARNING  DISABILITIES
LEARNING DISABILITIES

You must have heard, observed or read that thousands of children get enrolled for education in s...

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MALADJUSTMENT- Causes and Prevention
MALADJUSTMENT- Causes and Prevention

Adjustment  is  the  process  by  which  a  living  organism maintains a balance between its nee...

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MENTAL HEALTH - Characteristics and Importance
MENTAL HEALTH - Characteristics and Importance

One of the most important aims of education is to help the individual in making adjustment with ...

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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE - CONCEPT AND EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE - CONCEPT AND EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS

It all began about 2000 years ago when Plato wrote; “All learning has an emotional base.‘ Since ...

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FORGETTING - Concept, Types, Causes, Educational Implications
FORGETTING - Concept, Types, Causes, Educational Implications

In our daily life we have experienced the time we want to recall the name of a friend and we rea...

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FACTORS AFFECTING MEMORY
FACTORS AFFECTING MEMORY

Memory is the special ability of our mind to store when we learn something, to recollect &repr...

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MEMORY- Concept and Types
MEMORY- Concept and Types

Concept It is said that education is a life long process and we are learning all the time. Bu...

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ATTENTION AS A FACTOR IN LEARNING
ATTENTION AS A FACTOR IN LEARNING

One factor, which affects learning, is attention. Attention is always present in conscious life...

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