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Treating Psychological Depression with Cognitive Therapy By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book article discusses Cognitive Therapy for the reduction of Psychological Depression.
Treating Psychological Depression with Cognitive Therapy By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book article discusses Cognitive Therapy for the reduction of Psychological Depression.
Cognitive Intersections By Matthew Malette
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Abstract How can creativity be fostered in a school setting? This paper examines creativity through the lenses of neurology, psychology, art, and education. With the end in mind: a creative and... More > productive individual, this study reviews literature about the characteristics of such a person. Creativity is a result of the individual and the environment. A creative individual is characterized by persistent inquisitiveness, the ability to frame questions, and the ability to be alone. Creative individuals intimately know their specific domains and internalize the domain’s norms, which makes feedback instantaneous allowing creative people to work efficiently and produce prolifically. Modeling questioning techniques, encouraging note taking and drawing, and rewarding risk taking are techniques that educators can promote to foster creativity.< Less
The cognitive psychology of teaching literacy: Reading, writing, spelling, dyslexia (& a bit besides) By Hugo Kerr
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This book has gathered the nuts, bolts and practical implications of the cognitive psychology of literacy into one comprehensive and empowering volume. It also provides a much more thorough,... More > teacher-friendly but properly sceptical scrutiny of dyslexia than you will find elsewhere. The book also reviews some interesting and unusual new ideas which are about to become a lot more mainstream: For example the powerful effect of affect on learning and performance, the ubiquity and significance of learned helplessness to learning and literacy and the deeply important, but as yet unrecognised, enigma of consciousness in our teaching.< Less
The cognitive psychology of teaching literacy: Reading, writing, spelling, dyslexia (& a bit besides) By Hugo Kerr
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This book has gathered the nuts, bolts and practical implications of the cognitive psychology of literacy into one comprehensive and empowering volume. It also provides a much more thorough,... More > teacher-friendly but properly sceptical scrutiny of dyslexia than you will find elsewhere. The book also reviews some interesting and unusual new ideas which are about to become a lot more mainstream: For example the powerful effect of affect on learning and performance, the ubiquity and significance of learned helplessness to learning and literacy and the deeply important, but as yet unrecognised, enigma of consciousness in our teaching.< Less
Emerging Technologies: Cognitive Architecture By Terica Zakrzewski
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One of the main goals of a cognitive architecture is to summarize the various results of cognitive psychology in a comprehensive computer model. However, the results need to be in a formalized form... More > so far that they can be the basis of a computer program. The formalized models can be used to further refine a comprehensive theory of cognition, and more immediately, as a commercially usable model.< Less
Cognitive Set Theory By Alec Rogers
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Cognitive Set Theory applies mereology and set theory to perception and thought. Using generic concepts such as part, whole, and reference, it explores the physical, perceptual, and conceptual... More > universes. This book appeals to an audience at the crossroads of psychology, linguistics, logic, mathematics, and philosophy. It is accessible to anyone, and relies heavily on hierarchy and diagrams to illustrate key points.< Less
Essays In Philosophy of Group Cognition By Gerry Stahl
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This volume brings together papers that explore group cognition in theoretical terms. Some chapters are written for a broad audience, others are oriented more toward readers familiar with philosophic... More > discourse. The history of the concept of intersubjectivity is traced historically and the constitution of group cognition is described in some detail, with illustrations from case studies of VMT usage by student groups. In particular, the discussion of philosophy of group cognition tackles the following questions: a. What is the nature of group cognition? b. What conditions make group cognition possible? The philosophy of group cognition is presented as founding a paradigm of CSCL research, which contrasts with traditional educational psychology.< Less
An Introduction to Psychology By Homework Help Classof1
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Psychology can be simply defined as the study of the mind and its function. The mind is considered to be the mental state manifestation of the brain that stems from an individual's emotional being.... More > It involves the ability to feel and react. The overall summation of responses in an individual can be termed as one's behaviour. Psychology aims to explain the working of the mind through an understanding of a person's behaviour.< Less
Proceedings of the Workshop on Cognitive Social Sciences By Ron Sun
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This book is the proceedings of the workshop on cognitive social sciences held at CogSci 2010. It is aimed at exploring the cognitive (psychological) basis of the social sciences and the... More > possibilities of grounding the social sciences in cognition (psychology).< Less

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