Educational Psychology Quizzes & Trivia

Educational psychology is the study of human learning. If you have an interest in this subject, or are pursuing a psychology degree yourself, these quizzes will really put your knowledge to the test. A complex topic of discussion, educational psychology can be understood through its relationship with other subjects and disciplines. In other words, if you break it down, it’s not as complicated as it looks at first, which also means these quizzes will serve to be pretty interesting for anyone who wants to give them a try.

What does the field of educational psychology involve studying? Can educational psychology be studied within a classroom setting? Is curriculum development a specialized study of educational psychology? How did the school of psychology begin? Questions range from easy to difficult in these educational quizzes. Do you think you can handle the challenge? Or will a little reverse psychology be necessary to get you to give it a go?
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Quiz on Theories Of Learning and Educational Psychology

Questions: 25  |  Attempts: 1010   |  Last updated: Jan 11, 2013
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    Process whereby an organism is made more responsive to certain aspects of its environment


Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 252   |  Last updated: Nov 17, 2015
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    Encoding items in terms of their general meaning is particularly striking when the items are sentences.



Questions: 26  |  Attempts: 292   |  Last updated: Jun 29, 2020



Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 1011   |  Last updated: Dec 28, 2016
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    The psychological study of education embraces much more than the learning of an academic subject or the skills required for a new job.

Test 1 covering chapters 1-6. You may use any resource you have for this test.

Questions: 42  |  Attempts: 157   |  Last updated: Jan 16, 2013
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      Gifted students are:

Educational Psychology Questions & Answers


Who was the first true educational psychologist?
L. Thorndike, I think and not E. Thorndike. Seems the answer is wrong.
Who would you call a gifted student?
Usually good at so many things that finding a career is easy for them.
What are aristotles four laws of association?
Similarity, contrast, contiguity, frequency, laws of similarity, contrast, contiguity,frequency, law of similarity, law of contrast, law of contiguity, law of frequencyA. Law of similarity is the recall of things similar to the object b. Law of cont
Which of the following term refers to change in behavior potentiality?
1. LearningAccording to Kimble (1960), learning is a relatively permanent change in behavior or behavior potentiality that results from experience and cannot be attributed to temporary body states such as those induced by illness,fatigue or drugs.
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