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TitleTheories of learning and instruction. Edited by Ernest R. Hilgard. Editor for the society, Herman G. Richey
Imprint Chicago, NSSE; distributed by the University of Chicago Press, 1964
Descript xi, 430 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

CONTENT

The influence of learning theories on education (1900-1950) / Frederick J. McDonald -- Contemporary developments within stimulus-response learning theory / Winfred F. Hill -- The place of Gestalt psychology and field theories in contemporary learning theory / Ernest R. Hilgard -- Neurological notes on the art of educating / Karl H. Pribram -- The relevance of mathematical models for education / Frank Restle -- Laboratory studies of verbal learning / Benton J. Underwood -- Implications of training research for education / Robert Glaser -- The teacher's role in the motivation of the learner / Pauline S. Sears and Ernest R. Hilgard -- Issues related to readiness to learn / Fred T. Tyler -- Creative thinking, problem-solving, and instruction / J. W. Getzels -- Theories of teaching / N. L. Gage -- Reform movements from the point of view of psychological theory / Paul Woodring -- Some theorems on instruction illustrated with reference to mathematics / Jerome S. Bruner -- The analysis of reading instruction : perspectives from psychology and linguistics / John B. Carroll -- Autoinstruction : perspectives, problems, potentials / Sidney L. Pressey -- Educational technology, programed learning, and instructional science / A. A. Lumsdaine -- A perspective on the relationship between learning theory and educational practices / Ernest R. Hilgard -- Postscript : twenty years of learning theory in relation to education / Ernest R. Hilgard


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LOCATIONCALL#STATUS
Education Library153.1 N213T 1964IN REPAIR
Medicine LibraryLB1025 T396 1964SCANNED



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