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biological and psychological background to education

C. G. I. Hussell

biological and psychological background to education

by C. G. I. Hussell

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Published by Pergamon .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby C.G.I. Hussell and A.F. Laing.
ContributionsLaing, Alice F. 1928-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21209082M

The first part of the book went over my head a bit, but the section on education (pp. ) was very interesting. I particularly liked his ideas on the role of play in education. Play basically plays an important role in improving children' abilities/5. This textbook provides standard introduction to psychology course content with a specific emphasis on biological aspects of psychology. This includes more content related to neuroscience methods, the brain and the nervous system. This book can be modified: feel free to add or remove modules to better suit your specific note that the publisher requires you 4/5(8).

Biological perspective links the studies of biology and psychology. Physiological changes and genetics are believed to play a large role in the behaviors of humans and other animals. Biological perspective is the study in psychology that evaluates the physiological and genetic roots of . In manuscript form, this book has been used as the primary textbook for a first-year graduate level course in computational neuroscience and biological signal processing. The target audience in this course is made up of students coming from backgrounds in biology, psychology, mathematics, computer science, and Size: KB.

  PHILOSOPHY OF GENERAL EDUCATION A complex array of forces continually transforms our world. Marygrove’s general education program engages these forces, providing opportunities to examine them from different disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives. Our objective is not only to disseminate information about forces that shape our world but also to . The cognitive perspective is concerned with “mental” functions such as memory, perception, attention, etc. It views people as being similar to computers in the way we process information (e.g., input-process-output). For example, both human brains and computers process information, store data and have input an output procedure.


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