Theories of Human Learning: What the Old Man Said

Wadsworth, 2000 - Broj stranica: 385
The old man isn't just anyone. In fact, professors familiar with previous editions of this book may conclude that he is related to those extraterrestrials Kongor and Kro, who so successfully guided students through the maze of historic and current theories that help us understand how humans learn. And, wise as he is, the old man does the job even more effectively than his predecessors in this Fourth Edition of THEORIES OF HUMAN LEARNING: WHAT THE OLD MAN SAID.Both a serious academic text and a delightful story, this book offers a clear, readable look at a full range of learning theories—from behavioristic to cognitive—examining memory and motivation, and concluding with a comprehensive synthesis. Its most apparent strength is its easily accessible style, but its greatest value lies in the clarity of its concepts.

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This book was a very clear and readable overview to psychology, and was useful to me, as I have no background in this segment of neuroscience. Some may not like the style, which is somewhat similar to "Sophie's World." Pročitajte cijelu recenziju

O autoru (2000)

Guy Lefrançois is the author of leading Thomson Learning textbooks in child and adult development (OF CHILDREN AND THE LIFESPAN), and in Educational Psychology (PSYCHOLOGY FOR TEACHING). He is currently at the University of Alberta.

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