This Book Of Readings Provides A PanAnOramic View Of Modern-Day Research In Educational Psychology For The AdAnVanced Student Planning To Specialize In Psychology And Research. The ArtiAnCles Emphasize Current And Varied Developments In The Field And Clearly Show The Intimate Relationship Of Theory And Fact. The Purpose Is To Help The Reader Assimilate The ExperiAnMental And Research-Oriented DeveAnLopments. Theoretical Concepts Are Presented Through Empirical Data From Which They Have Emerged, Thus Conveying How Systematic Ideas EvolAnVed From Data And Data From Ideas.There Are Eleven Divisions In The Book. In Each Division There Are Five To Ten Articles That Lie In A Specific Field, Each Article Describing The Study Of A Particular Topic In The Format Of A Formal Research Paper, Giving A Complete Account Of Design, Analysis, Interpretation, Results Etc. In Most Cases The Material Has Been Given In Its Entirety Including Diagrams And Tables; This Is To Help Students Realize The Significance And The Implications Of What They Have Read.Thus This Collection Forms A Very Important Reference Book For PostAnGraduate Students, Their Teachers, PsyAnChologists, Sociologists, And All Those Concerned With Educational PsychoAnLogy In General, And Psychological And Educational Problems In Particular.S.B. Kakkar. 3. To what extent do intelligence tests reveal how bright or dull young people are? 4. How far do intelligence tests help in diagnosing backwardness? 5. How far do intelligence tests help to classify students in different subject-groups in the higher secondary classes? ... Kornhauser (1945) also found that as a method of quickly sorting people in terms of mental ability the tests are really useful.
|Title||:||Readings in Educational Psychology|
|Publisher||:||Atlantic Publishers & Dist - 1992-01-01|