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  • Издательство: John Wiley & Sons
  • Год: 2003
  • ISBN: 0-471-38406-2
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Handbook of Psychology Preface vii
Irving B. Weiner
Volume Preface ix
William M. Reynolds and Gloria E. Miller
Contributors xvii
PART ONE
INTRODUCTION
1 CURRENT PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 3
William M. Reynolds and Gloria E. Miller
PART TWO
COGNITIVE CONTRIBUTIONS TO LEARNING,
DEVELOPMENT, AND INSTRUCTION
2 CONTEMPORARY THEORIES OF INTELLIGENCE 23
Robert J. Sternberg
3 MEMORYAND INFORMATION PROCESSES 47
Richard E. Mayer
4 SELF-REGULATION AND LEARNING 59
Dale H. Schunk and Barry J. Zimmerman
5 METACOGNITION AND LEARNING 79
Christine B. McCormick
6 MOTIVATION AND CLASSROOM LEARNING 103
Paul R. Pintrich
PART THREE
SOCIOCULTURAL, INSTRUCTIONAL,
AND RELATIONAL PROCESSES
7 SOCIOCULTURAL CONTEXTS FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING 125
Vera John-Steiner and Holbrook Mahn
8 TEACHING PROCESSES IN ELEMENTARYAND SECONDARY EDUCATION 153
Michael Pressley, Alysia D. Roehrig, Lisa Raphael, Sara Dolezal, Catherine Bohn, Lindsey Mohan,
Ruth Wharton-McDonald, Kristen Bogner, and Kass Hogan
9 COOPERATIVE LEARNING AND ACHIEVEMENT: THEORYAND RESEARCH 177
Robert E. Slavin, Eric A. Hurley, and Anne Chamberlain
10 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TEACHERS AND CHILDREN 199
Robert C. Pianta, Bridget Hamre, and Megan Stuhlman
11 SCHOOLADJUSTMENT 235
Kathryn R. Wentzel
12 GENDER ISSUES IN THE CLASSROOM 259
Janice Koch
PART FOUR
CURRICULUM APPLICATIONS
13 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 285
Hillel Goelman, Catherine J. Andersen, Jim Anderson, Peter Gouzouasis, Maureen Kendrick,
Anna M. Kindler, Marion Porath, and Jinyoung Koh
14 PSYCHOLOGY OF LITERACYAND LITERACY INSTRUCTION 333
Michael Pressley
15 MATHEMATICAL LEARNING 357
Richard Lehrer and Richard Lesh
16 COMPUTERS, THE INTERNET, AND NEW MEDIA FOR LEARNING 393
Ricki Goldman-Segall and John W. Maxwell
PART FIVE
EXCEPTIONAL LEARNER PROGRAMS AND STUDENTS
17 SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY 431
Daniel J. Reschly
18 LEARNING DISABILITIES 455
Linda S. Siegel
19 GIFTED EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND PROCEDURES 487
Paula Olszewski-Kubilius
20 SCHOOL-RELATED BEHAVIOR DISORDERS 511
Hill M. Walker and Frank M. Gresham
PART SIX
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM, RESEARCH, AND POLICY
21 LEARNING AND PEDAGOGY IN INITIAL TEACHER PREPARATION 533
Jennifer A. Whitcomb
22 EDUCATIONAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION RESEARCH 557
Joel R. Levin, Angela M. O’Donnell, and Thomas R. Kratochwill
23 RESEARCH TO POLICY FOR GUIDING EDUCATIONAL REFORM 583
Barbara L. McCombs
24 FUTURE PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 609
Gloria E. Miller and William M. Reynolds
Author Index 631
Subject Index 653

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Our perspectives for the future as presented in this volume are in large part based on recent past efforts in educational psychology, emerging trends identified by the contributors to this volume, and the integration of advances across domains covered in this volume. It sometimes occurs that the most interesting predictions for things to come are made by historians (e.g., Wells) who are able to synthesize cyclical historical trends with current status to arrive at best guesses for the future. We did not use historical antecedents to derive our future perspectives and are less inclined to view our suggestions for the future as predictions as much as fruitful avenues and venues for future research, practice, and policy. We have attempted to extrapolate meaningful trends in educational psychology to elucidate short- and long-term goals—some of which have been specific and others of which have been broadly defined. Above all, we view the field of educational psychology as an exciting area of psychological research that has made and will continue to make important contributions to the understanding and promotion of human learning, cognition, and the schooling process.



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