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Educational psychology is the division of psychology that is concerned with human learning and cognitive behavior. This quiz illustrates all the variables involved in educational psychology, including what Piaget’s four stages include, what cognition is, what the left-brain functions include, and direct instruction. This quiz is all about educational psychology. You simply must take this outstanding quiz.
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What is the difference between constructivist and direct instruction?
What are 2 out of the 3 types of research methods?
A branch of psychology that specializes in understanding teaching and learning in educational settings.
What are 2 out of the 3 developmental processes a child goes through?
Cognition unfolds in a sequence of 4 stages. What are Piaget’s 4 stages?
What are 3 of the left brain functions?
What are the 4 social styles?
What Piaget stage would children have trouble with the concept?
In educational psychology, ZPD is called?
The first true educational psychologist:
Whose human development theory proposes there are 8?
Baumrind props 4 parenting styles, which one has found children to be most self-reliant?
The effective or emotional reaction to one's self-concept.
Who developed the first IQ test?
What are 3 parts of Sternbergs triarchic theory?
Who proposed the 8 bits of intelligence and what are they?
Refers to the behavior patterns, beliefs and all other products of a particular group of people.
Is the categorization of people according to their economical status.
Refers to a shared pattern of characteristics such as cultural heritage.
Pavlov’s experiments with dogs is an example of
What is skinners type of conditioning?
Research study conducted with the same groups over a short period of
Bandoras model of observational learning theory:
What were the premises about students:
An effect where the
observers presence influences the research:
Superiority Complex pertains to an overly high opinion of oneself; in psychology, it refers to the unrealistic and exaggerated belief that one is better than others. An individual's Level of Superiority Complex depends if...
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