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Adult learning and development : perspectives from educational psychology / edited by M. Cecil Smith, Thomas Pourchot. [print]

Contributor(s): Smith, M. Cecil | Pourchot, ThomasMaterial type: TextTextSeries: The Educational psychology seriesPublication details: Mahwah, New Jersey : L. Erlbaum Associates, (c)1998. Description: xiii, 279 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0805825231; 080582524XSubject(s): Adult education -- Psychological aspects | Adult learning | Developmental psychology | Educational psychologyLOC classification: LC5225.A385 1998Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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I. Introduction. What does educational psychology know about adult learning and development? / M Cecil Smith and Thomas Pourchot. II. Theoretical perspectives. We learn, therefore we develop : learning versus development--or developing learning? / Nira Granott Abstraction, the will, the self, and modes of learning in adulthood Juan Pascual-Leone and Ronald R. Irwin Extending sociocultural theory to adult learning Curtis Jay Bonk and Kyung A. Kim On the development of adult metacognition Gregory Schraw. III. Knowing, learning, and problem solving in adulthood. Changing mind, changing world : practical intelligence and tacit knowledge in adult learning Bruce Torff and Robert J. Sternberg The role of adults' beliefs about knowledge in school, work, and everyday life Marlene Schommer Adult intelligence : sketch of a theory and applications to learning and education Phillip L. Ackerman Mnemonic strategies for adult learners Russell N. Carney and Joel R. Levin. IV. Adult educational psychology. Adult age differences in reading and remembering text and using this information to make decisions in everyday life Bonnie J.F. Meyer and Andrew P. Talbot The educational psychology of reading in adulthood M Cecil Smith Forgiveness education with adult learners Catherine T. Coyle and Robert D. Enright Contributions of parent education to adult development Lee Shumow. V. Conclusion. Toward an adult educational psychology M Cecil Smith and Thomas Pourchot.
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I. Introduction. What does educational psychology know about adult learning and development? / M Cecil Smith and Thomas Pourchot. II. Theoretical perspectives. We learn, therefore we develop : learning versus development--or developing learning? / Nira Granott Abstraction, the will, the self, and modes of learning in adulthood Juan Pascual-Leone and Ronald R. Irwin Extending sociocultural theory to adult learning Curtis Jay Bonk and Kyung A. Kim On the development of adult metacognition Gregory Schraw. III. Knowing, learning, and problem solving in adulthood. Changing mind, changing world : practical intelligence and tacit knowledge in adult learning Bruce Torff and Robert J. Sternberg The role of adults' beliefs about knowledge in school, work, and everyday life Marlene Schommer Adult intelligence : sketch of a theory and applications to learning and education Phillip L. Ackerman Mnemonic strategies for adult learners Russell N. Carney and Joel R. Levin. IV. Adult educational psychology. Adult age differences in reading and remembering text and using this information to make decisions in everyday life Bonnie J.F. Meyer and Andrew P. Talbot The educational psychology of reading in adulthood M Cecil Smith Forgiveness education with adult learners Catherine T. Coyle and Robert D. Enright Contributions of parent education to adult development Lee Shumow. V. Conclusion. Toward an adult educational psychology M Cecil Smith and Thomas Pourchot.

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