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Ed. Psychology
Descriptive research
Experimental designs
Correlation
Positive correlation
To describe events in a particular class or several classes
Allows educational psychologist to go beyond predictions and…
Number that indicates both the strength and direction of a re…
Indicates that two factors increase or decrease together
Descriptive research
To describe events in a particular class or several classes
Experimental designs
Allows educational psychologist to go beyond predictions and…
13 terms
Ed. Psychology
Ego Identity
Self-Efficacy
Schemas
Social Speech
Is the conscious sense of self that we develop through social…
Is beliefs about ones ability to produce effect in the world.
Organized ways of understanding related elements.
Involves external communication using to talk to others.
Ego Identity
Is the conscious sense of self that we develop through social…
Self-Efficacy
Is beliefs about ones ability to produce effect in the world.
26 terms
Ed Psychology
Educational Psychology
Self Determination
Self Efficacy Teacher
Summative Evaluation
branch of psychology that studies children in the educational…
motivation for oneself.
a teachers self judgement of how well or poorly he or she doe…
evaluations that take place at the end of units of instruction.
Educational Psychology
branch of psychology that studies children in the educational…
Self Determination
motivation for oneself.
9 terms
ED Psychology
Aristotle
Herman Ebbinghaus
Willhelm Wundt
John Dewey
Doctrine of Intellect ... (wisdom, and mental process get truth)…
1st to try and separate philosophy from psychology ... Best know…
Structuralism ... Founder of Scientific Psychology... Father of Mod…
Functionalism: functions of behavior.... (not a structuralist)…
Aristotle
Doctrine of Intellect ... (wisdom, and mental process get truth)…
Herman Ebbinghaus
1st to try and separate philosophy from psychology ... Best know…
27 terms
Ed. Psychology
Labeling Exceptional Students
Intelligence
Naturalist Intelligence
Crystallized Intelligence
-creates opportunities for special programs... -helps teachers d…
ability to acquire & use knowledge for solving problems & ada…
abilities to recognize plants & animals, to make distinctions…
ability to apply culturally approved problem solving methods.…
Labeling Exceptional Students
-creates opportunities for special programs... -helps teachers d…
Intelligence
ability to acquire & use knowledge for solving problems & ada…
14 terms
Ed. Psychology
Knowledge-based tools
Practice-based tools
Theory
Law
knowledge about learners and principles for learning
knowledge of strategies, techniques, procedures to increase e…
an explanation of a phenomenon
description of a phenomenon
Knowledge-based tools
knowledge about learners and principles for learning
Practice-based tools
knowledge of strategies, techniques, procedures to increase e…
61 terms
Ed psychology
Learning
Contiguity
Operant conditioning
Positive & negative reinforcement
Experiences causes permanent change. Change in knowledge or b…
Association of two events because of repeating pairing. When…
Behavior is strengthened or weakened by a consequence or ante…
Give it to them & take it away
Learning
Experiences causes permanent change. Change in knowledge or b…
Contiguity
Association of two events because of repeating pairing. When…
65 terms
Ed Psychology
According to Woolfolk between the ages…
When dealing with physical differences…
Which age group is most likely to have…
Urie Bronfenbrenner's bioecological mo…
Taller and heavier
Deal with issues with relevant material
2-5
Microsystem, Mesosystem, Exosystem, Macrosystem
According to Woolfolk between the ages…
Taller and heavier
When dealing with physical differences…
Deal with issues with relevant material
22 terms
Ed Psychology
what are the 5 type of research
Define descriptive
Define Correlational
Define experimental
Descriptive, correlational, experimental, qualitative, action
uses tools such as test and surveys to describe the character…
the process of looking for relationships between variable tha…
systematically manipulate variable in attempt to determine ca…
what are the 5 type of research
Descriptive, correlational, experimental, qualitative, action
Define descriptive
uses tools such as test and surveys to describe the character…
34 terms
Ed Psychology Test 3
Central tendency
Dispersion
Common misconceptions of assessment
Common Sense for teachers
Mean, median, mode
range, standard deviation
1) show everything about student achievement... 2) show everythi…
1. Testing is complex... 2. All tests have trade offs... 3. We need…
Central tendency
Mean, median, mode
Dispersion
range, standard deviation
37 terms
Ed. Psychology - Final Exam
Csikszentmihalyi
Thorndike
Freud
Erikson
- Teaching is flowing between boredom and anxiety
-Father of Psychology... -Said that humans and learning is predi…
-5 Stages of Psycho-social development driven by the libido…
-Believed that Freud was right about a lot of things, but dif…
Csikszentmihalyi
- Teaching is flowing between boredom and anxiety
Thorndike
-Father of Psychology... -Said that humans and learning is predi…
16 terms
Ed. Psychology Cluster 3
Attachment
Bioecological Model
Parenting Styles
Autonomy
Forming an emotional bond with another person, initially a pa…
Bronfenbrenner's theory describing the nested social and cult…
The ways of interacting with and disciplining children.
Independence.
Attachment
Forming an emotional bond with another person, initially a pa…
Bioecological Model
Bronfenbrenner's theory describing the nested social and cult…
20 terms
ED Psychology Quiz #1
Psychology
Freud/Psychoanalytic
Behaviorist
Bio/Cognitive
The science of dealing with the study of human behavior and t…
Deep dark thoughts, traumatic past
Our environment
Brain stuff/ thinking/ language
Psychology
The science of dealing with the study of human behavior and t…
Freud/Psychoanalytic
Deep dark thoughts, traumatic past
18 terms
Ed Psychology Test 1
Educational Psychology
Why do teacher's care about psychology?
Elements of "Good Teaching"
Neurons
The discipline concerned with teaching and learning process;…
To understand how students learn. To understand how you learn…
Committed to their students. Can adapt instruction based on t…
Nerve cells that store and transfer information.
Educational Psychology
The discipline concerned with teaching and learning process;…
Why do teacher's care about psychology?
To understand how students learn. To understand how you learn…
6 terms
Psychology ed209
Childhood (book 1,)... Chapter 1
Childhood development/evolution
Evolutionary theory... And gene structure
Evolutionary mechanisms
Social category, experience by education... Defines roles and st…
Scientific questions about childhood. Emphasis on objective s…
Evolution involves variation in the character of individuals,…
Genes - Mendel came up with the idea of a gene as a unit of i…
Childhood (book 1,)... Chapter 1
Social category, experience by education... Defines roles and st…
Childhood development/evolution
Scientific questions about childhood. Emphasis on objective s…
18 terms
Ed Psychology Chapter 6
Learning
cognitive process
stimulus
construction
long term change in mental representations or associations as…
particular way of thinking about and mentally responding to a…
anything in the environment that is detectable through the se…
mental process in which learner takes many separate pieces of…
Learning
long term change in mental representations or associations as…
cognitive process
particular way of thinking about and mentally responding to a…
51 terms
Ed Psychology Cluster 8
Basic Assumption of Cognitive Psych -1
Basic Assumption of Cognitive Psych - 2
Basic Assumption of Cognitive Psych - 3
Basic Assumption of Cognitive Psych - 4
Cognitive process influences the nature of what is learned
People are selective abt what the process & learn
Meaning is constructed by the learner rather than from enviro…
prior knowledge & beliefs play a major role in meaning constr…
Basic Assumption of Cognitive Psych -1
Cognitive process influences the nature of what is learned
Basic Assumption of Cognitive Psych - 2
People are selective abt what the process & learn
65 terms
ED1481 psychology revision
Process of assimilation and accomodation
Sensorimotor tests
Sensory register
Zone of proximal development
1-stimulus... 2-disequilibrium... 3-assimilation/accommodation... 4-eq…
Child lacks object permanence, put an object under a blanket.…
Input from the environment is essential for cognitive process…
The distance between what a child can achieve individually an…
Process of assimilation and accomodation
1-stimulus... 2-disequilibrium... 3-assimilation/accommodation... 4-eq…
Sensorimotor tests
Child lacks object permanence, put an object under a blanket.…
10 terms
Ed Psychology Chap. 7
Complex Cognitive Processes
Metacognition
Learning Strategy
Overt Strategy
cognitive process that involves going well beyond information…
Thinking about thinking
one or more cognitive processes used intentionally for a part…
learning strategy that is at least partially evident in a lea…
Complex Cognitive Processes
cognitive process that involves going well beyond information…
Metacognition
Thinking about thinking
83 terms
ED 322 Educational Psychology Midterm
Christian education
Col. 2:8
3 parts of ed. psych.
definition of learning
Bible-based, Christ-centered process of leading a learner to…
Beware, lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain de…
1. learner... 2. learning process... 3. learning situation
relatively permanent change in behavior/thinking that is the…
Christian education
Bible-based, Christ-centered process of leading a learner to…
Col. 2:8
Beware, lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain de…
Ed. Psychology Chapter 3
Temperament
effortful control
attachment
authoritative parenting
genetic predisposition to respond in particular ways to one's…
one's general ability to inhibit immediate impulses in order…
strong, affectionate bond formed between a child and a caregi…
parenting style characterized by emotional warmth, high stand…
Temperament
genetic predisposition to respond in particular ways to one's…
effortful control
one's general ability to inhibit immediate impulses in order…
10 terms
Ed Psychology Chapter 3
psychosocial thory
psychosocial crisis
peers
prosocial behavior
a set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
according to Erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
people who are equal in age or status
actions that show respect and caring for others
psychosocial thory
a set of principles that relates social environment to psycho…
psychosocial crisis
according to Erikson, the set of critical issues that individ…
10 terms
Ed Psychology Chapter 2
development
continuous theories of development
discontinuous theories of development
cognitive development
orderly and lasting growth, adaptation, and change over the c…
theories based on the belief that human development progresse…
theories describing human development as occurring through a…
gradual, orderly changes by which mental processes become mor…
development
orderly and lasting growth, adaptation, and change over the c…
continuous theories of development
theories based on the belief that human development progresse…
52 terms
ED PSYCHOLOGY & INCLUSION
What is Inclusion?
What is Inclusion? (2)
A Historical Perspective
A Historical Perspective (2)
The education of all children- including those with special e…
* Different to "mainstreaming"... - Isn't a one off decision abo…
* First UK special schools - 1760's... * Hearing/Visual Impairme…
- In 1970, distinction between those who were/weren't 'educab…
What is Inclusion?
The education of all children- including those with special e…
What is Inclusion? (2)
* Different to "mainstreaming"... - Isn't a one off decision abo…
29 terms
Ed Psychology CHAPTER 3
ecological theory
authoritarian parenting
authoritative parenting
neglectful parenting
Bronfenbrenner's theory that consists of five environmental s…
parents are restrictive and punitive. children tend to be soc…
a positive parenting style that encourages children to be ind…
parents are uninvolved. children have poor self control, don'…
ecological theory
Bronfenbrenner's theory that consists of five environmental s…
authoritarian parenting
parents are restrictive and punitive. children tend to be soc…
Ed. Psychology chapter 2
Principles of Children's development
Bronfenbrenner's theory
synaptogenisis
synaptic pruning
1. sequence of development is somewhat predictable... 2. Childre…
Layers of Environment that impact children:... -Family: provide…
spontaneous new synapses
Use it or lose it; if you don't use a synapse, it goes away o…
Principles of Children's development
1. sequence of development is somewhat predictable... 2. Childre…
Bronfenbrenner's theory
Layers of Environment that impact children:... -Family: provide…
13 terms
Ed Psychology 3312
Assessment
Formative Assessment
Summative Assessment
Informal Assessment
Observing a student's behavior and drawing inferences about t…
Determines what the student knows w/out instructions.
Assessment performed after instruction to determine what the…
A spontaneous unplanned observation of something a student do…
Assessment
Observing a student's behavior and drawing inferences about t…
Formative Assessment
Determines what the student knows w/out instructions.
55 terms
Ed Psychology Ch. 2
Accommodation
Adaptation
Adolescent egocentrism
Assimilation
Altering existing schemes or creating new ones in response to…
adjustment to the environment
Assumption that everyone else shares one's thoughts, feelings…
Fitting new information into existing schemes
Accommodation
Altering existing schemes or creating new ones in response to…
Adaptation
adjustment to the environment
38 terms
Ed. Psychology Review
self-regulation
self-observation
Judgment
self-response
Controlling our own behavior.
We look at ourselves, our behaviors, and keep tabs on it.
We compare what we see with a standard.
If you did well in comparison with you standard, you reward y…
self-regulation
Controlling our own behavior.
self-observation
We look at ourselves, our behaviors, and keep tabs on it.
35 terms
Ed. Psychology 2
operant conditioning
classical conditioning
Reinforcer
Reinforcer stimulus
A learning process in which the consequences follow a respons…
Learning to associate an unconditioned stimulus that brings a…
The delivery of a stimulus after a response, that results in…
A stimulus that reinforces probability of that behavior occur…
operant conditioning
A learning process in which the consequences follow a respons…
classical conditioning
Learning to associate an unconditioned stimulus that brings a…
47 terms
Ed Psychology Final
Vygotsky's view of cognitive development
Vygotsky's work is based on two key id…
Vygotsky's scaffolding
Vygotsky's cultural kit
-A Russian psychologist ... -Contemporary view of Piaget... -Powerf…
-Intellectual development can be understood only in terms of…
-Derived from Vygotsky's idea of social learning... -Provide a c…
Each culture outfits each of its members with this and throug…
Vygotsky's view of cognitive development
-A Russian psychologist ... -Contemporary view of Piaget... -Powerf…
Vygotsky's work is based on two key id…
-Intellectual development can be understood only in terms of…
66 terms
Psychology (Myers 11th Ed) - Chapter 2
phrenology
Biological perspective
Neuron
Dendrites
the study of the bumps on the skull, believing it could revea…
concerned with the links between biology and behavior; includ…
nerve cell; basic building block of the nervous system
neuron's bushy, branching extensions that receive messages an…
phrenology
the study of the bumps on the skull, believing it could revea…
Biological perspective
concerned with the links between biology and behavior; includ…
17 terms
Ed psychology final
External morality
Autonomous morlaity
Piagent
Kohlberg
Kids see rules that can not be broken they are fixed and perm…
Justice, fairness, golden rule
Theory of moral devolpment
Theory moral Devolopment, different stages, 3 levels 6 stages
External morality
Kids see rules that can not be broken they are fixed and perm…
Autonomous morlaity
Justice, fairness, golden rule
57 terms
ed. psychology exam 2
schedule of reinforcement
interval schedule
ratio schedule
contiguity
influence how persistently we will respond when reinforcement…
based on the amount of time that passes between reinforcer
based on the number of responses learners give between reinfo…
association of two events because of repeated pairing
schedule of reinforcement
influence how persistently we will respond when reinforcement…
interval schedule
based on the amount of time that passes between reinforcer
25 terms
psycho-ed-cognitive psychology
Herman Ebbinghouse
law of differential retention
massed practice v. spaced practice
cognitive psychology
-interested in establishing general laws of learning... -studied…
Ebbinghouse... -you forget about 80% of what you learn within 24…
8 hours in one day vs. 1 hour for 8 days
-very broad, the science of mental life... -the human mind deals…
Herman Ebbinghouse
-interested in establishing general laws of learning... -studied…
law of differential retention
Ebbinghouse... -you forget about 80% of what you learn within 24…
119 terms
Ed Psychology Exam 1
Educational Physiology
Learning(3)
Behaviorism (2)
Assumptions of Behaviorism (5)
scientific study of human learning process
-no actual definition... *long term change in mental representat…
-Focus is on observable behavior and ignores... mental processes…
-Equipotentially- Principles of learning should apply equally…
Educational Physiology
scientific study of human learning process
Learning(3)
-no actual definition... *long term change in mental representat…
28 terms
ed psychology test 2
cooperative learning
information literacy
peer tutoring
service learning
students work in small groups to achieve a common goal
knowledge and skills that help a a learner, find, use, and ev…
approach to instruction in which one student provides instruc…
service project used to promote learning and development
cooperative learning
students work in small groups to achieve a common goal
information literacy
knowledge and skills that help a a learner, find, use, and ev…
123 terms
ED 322-Educational Psychology
Christian Education definition
Three concerns (parts) of ed psych.
(Types of experience) 1st hand
(Types of experience) 2nd hand
A bible based Christ centered process of leading a learner to…
The learner... The learning process... the learning situation
do it yourself
someone is doing it
Christian Education definition
A bible based Christ centered process of leading a learner to…
Three concerns (parts) of ed psych.
The learner... The learning process... the learning situation
84 terms
ED 322 Educational Psychology
Vygotsky
Guthrie/ Continuous conditioning
Thorndike
learner, learning process, learning si…
Greatest influence in language and self-esteem. theorist
Learning takes place on the 1st try. theory and theorist
Who gave us the law of readiness?
Three parts Educational Psychology concerned with?
Vygotsky
Greatest influence in language and self-esteem. theorist
Guthrie/ Continuous conditioning
Learning takes place on the 1st try. theory and theorist
290 terms
ED 204 - Educational Psychology
Expert teacher
Expert learner
Triarchic
Reflective thinking
Using a broad base of organized knowledge and experience effi…
Using strategies to help learn efficiently and are open to ch…
Having three parts. Refers to a theory of intelligence develo…
Reflect on your progress at teaching and attempt to understan…
Expert teacher
Using a broad base of organized knowledge and experience effi…
Expert learner
Using strategies to help learn efficiently and are open to ch…
Ed. Psychology Matching
Emotional Intelligence
Autonomy vs Shame & Doubt
Discovery Learning
Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence
Goleman
Erikson
Bruner
Cattel-Horn
Emotional Intelligence
Goleman
Autonomy vs Shame & Doubt
Erikson
53 terms
Chapter 9 Ed. Psychology
What are the basic principles/assumpti…
What is the Educational Implication of…
What is an example of the assumption,…
What is the Educational Implication of…
1.) Influence of the Environment... 2.) Learning as a behavior c…
Create a classroom environment that encourages and supports d…
When a student consistently has trouble working independently…
Conclude that learning has occurred only when students exhibi…
What are the basic principles/assumpti…
1.) Influence of the Environment... 2.) Learning as a behavior c…
What is the Educational Implication of…
Create a classroom environment that encourages and supports d…
12 terms
Ed Psychology Midterm
Tasks that teachers need to attend to…
List of Teaching Principles
The Intentional teacher
Backward mapping
Motivate students ... Manage the classroom ... Assess prior know…
1. Know the "why" of behavior, in other words what motivates…
This means doing things for a reason on purpose. ... What goals?…
Setting a goal and work backwards from it by step to know wha…
Tasks that teachers need to attend to…
Motivate students ... Manage the classroom ... Assess prior know…
List of Teaching Principles
1. Know the "why" of behavior, in other words what motivates…
24 terms
Ed psychology - Chapter 14
What is a Pygmalion effect example?
How does a teacher use flexible groupi…
What are examples of questions to ask…
What is a self-regulation feedback exa…
...
...
...
...
What is a Pygmalion effect example?
...
How does a teacher use flexible groupi…
...
68 terms
Ed Psychology Test #4
Value Affirmation Interventions
Social Beloning Interventions
Self Efficacy
Attributions
give student opportunity to reflect on their values that make…
your worries are not unique and will dissipate over time
confidence in your own capeablity
beliefs about the causes of your success or failures
Value Affirmation Interventions
give student opportunity to reflect on their values that make…
Social Beloning Interventions
your worries are not unique and will dissipate over time
24 terms
Abnormal Psychology - Butcher, 14th ed.
What is the DSM?
What is the DSM definition of mental d…
What is the subject of abnormal psycho…
What are the six criteria that define…
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - IV-TR…
|•clinically significant behavioral or psychological syndrome…
the scientific study of abnormal behavior patterns
|•degree behavior causes suffering|•maladpative, self-defeati…
What is the DSM?
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - IV-TR…
What is the DSM definition of mental d…
|•clinically significant behavioral or psychological syndrome…
41 terms
Abnormal Psychology Hooley 17th Ed. Chapter 5
Health Psychology
Behavioral Medicine
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Stressors
subspecialty of behavioral medicine the deals with psychologi…
brand interdisciplinary approach to the treatment of physical…
disorder that occurs following an extreme traumatic event, in…
(1) external — adjustive demands that require coping behavior…
Health Psychology
subspecialty of behavioral medicine the deals with psychologi…
Behavioral Medicine
brand interdisciplinary approach to the treatment of physical…
43 terms
Chapter 3 PSYCHOLOGY 10th ed.
consciousness
cognitive neuroscience
dual processing
blindsight
our awareness of ourselves and our environment
the interdisciplinary study of the brain activity linked with…
the principle that information is often simultaneously proces…
a condition in which a person can respond to a visual stimulu…
consciousness
our awareness of ourselves and our environment
cognitive neuroscience
the interdisciplinary study of the brain activity linked with…
65 terms
AP Psychology Weiten (9th ed.)- Chapter 3
Absolute refractory period
Action potential
Adaptation
Adoption studies
The minimum length of time after an action potential during w…
A brief change in a neuron's electrical charge.
An inherited characteristic that increased in a population (t…
Research studies that assess hereditary influence by examinin…
Absolute refractory period
The minimum length of time after an action potential during w…
Action potential
A brief change in a neuron's electrical charge.
75 terms
Psychology Chapter 7-pocket ed
Cognition
Thinking
Mental image
Concept
The mental activities involved in acquiring, retaining. and u…
The manipulation of mental representations of information in…
A mental representation of objects or events that are physica…
A mental category of objects or ideas based on properties the…
Cognition
The mental activities involved in acquiring, retaining. and u…
Thinking
The manipulation of mental representations of information in…
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