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Miscellaneous Sites

  1. ACT Research Home Page- The ACT group is led by John Anderson at Carnegie Mellon University and is concerned with the ACT theory and architecture of cognition. The goal of this research is to understand how people acquire and organize knowledge and produce intelligent behavior. The ACT-R unified theory of cognition attempts to develop a cognitive architecture that can perform in detail a full range of cognitive tasks. The architecture takes the form of a computer simulation which is capable of performing and learning from the same tasks worked on by human subjects in our laboratories.
  2. Adult Learning: An Overview- Stephen Brookfield
  3. Albert Bandura — Dr. C. George Boeree, at Shippensburg University, provides a short biography of Albert Bandura, describes some of the early research in social learning, defines many of the key terms and concepts.
  4. Animal Training at Sea World — How  Sea World trainers apply operant conditioning principles  to train performing animals.  Primary and conditioned reinforcers, shaping, and observational learning are among the principles that are discussed.
  5. B. F. Skinner's Operant Conditioning — A brief summary of operant conditioning.
  6. Bloom et. al - Taxonomy of Cognitive Objectives
  7. Classical Conditioning - West Virginia University
  8. Cognitive Architectures
  9. Cognitive Psychology - Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio
  10. COGPRINTS: Cognitive Sciences Eprint Archive - An electronic archive for papers in any area of Psychology, Neuroscience, and Linguistics, and many areas of Computer Science (e.g., artificial intelligence, robotics, vison, learning, speech, neural networks), Philosophy (e.g., mind, language, knowledge, science, logic), Biology (e.g., ethology, behavioral ecology, sociobiology, behaviour genetics, evolutionary theory), Medicine (e.g., Psychiatry, Neurology, human genetics, Imaging), Anthropology (e.g., primatology, cognitive ethnology, archeology, paleontology), as well as any other portions of the physical, social and mathematical sciences that are pertinent to the study of cognition.
  11. Collins' Cognitive Theory of Inquiry Teaching  - University of Arkansas
  12. Collaborative learning and the Internet - Pierre Dillenbourg and Daniel Schneider, School of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland
  13. Collaborative Learning and Veterinary Medicine - Too many faculty members in our Colleges of Veterinary Medicine are not really able to distinguish between lecturing and teaching. Too often the college classroom is a place where students are bombarded with facts from the podium that they frantically try to copy down in their notes. Louis Schmier, a professor at Valdosta State University, emphasizes the point this way: "there really is a hell of a difference between a teacher and a classroom presenter." Schmier summarizes where college pedagogy is today as follows: "Most people think that anyone can teach. All you have to do is stand at the head of the classroom, throw out crumbs of information in an automated lecture, and the students will eagerly peck away and nourish their minds. I call that schooling, not education; lecturing, not teaching. Our graduate schools train scholars and researchers who are thrown into classrooms without guidance. It's little wonder that most of us evolve into classroom presenters."
  14. Collaborative Learning Using Guided Discovery on the INTERNET - Peter Holt, Claude Fontaine, Jane Gismondi, Darlene Ramsden,  Centre for Computing Information Systems and Mathematics (CCISM), Athabasca University
  15. Contingencies R US   -  Paul Brandon's page with links to behavioral analysis sites.
  16. Cooperative Learning - This Education Research Consumer Guide is produced by the Office of Research, Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI) of the U.S. Department of Education.
  17. Dr. P's Dog Training - virtual library of info about dog training & behavior
  18. Engagement Theory: A Framework for Technology Based Learning - Greg Kearsley & Ben Shneiderman
  19. Flexible Learning and Higher Education Resources - Anglia College, UK
  20. Gropper's Behaviorism - Univeristy of Arkansas
  21. Human Cognition in the Human Brain - Yehouda Harpaz
  22. Humanoid Robotics Group - MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
  23. Institute for Research in Cognitive Science - National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center for Research in   Cognitive Science.
  24. Instructional Technology Research Online - Georgia State University
  25. John Case's Computational Learning Theory(COLT) Page - University of Delaware
  26. John Locke - Some Thoughts Concerning Education
  27. Kant's System of Perspecives   - by Stephen Palmquist
  28. Kurt Lewin - The Kurt Lewin Institute is a joint venture of senior researchers in social  psychology and its applications, who are affiliated to five Dutch Universities.
  29. Landa's Algo-Heuristic Theory - University of Arkansas
  30. Language and the Mind   - Noam Chomsky (1968))
  31. Learning Concepts -  Anxiety, Arousal, Attention, Attitudes, Cognitive/Learning Styles, Creativity, Feedback/Reinforcement,Imagery, Learning Strategies, Mastery, Memory, Mental Models, Metacognition, Motivation, Productions, Schema,Sequencing of Instruction, Taxonomies
  32. Learning Theories - Funderstanding
  33. Linguistics Resources - A topically organized list of resources elsewhere on the Internet that may be of interest to the linguist.
  34. Merrill's Component Display Theory
  35. Misha the Toilet-trained Wonder Cat — Tired of cleaning that smelly old litter box?   Learn How to Toilet-Train Your Catwith a little help from this unusual site.  Karawynn is not a behavioral psychologist, so you will have to provide the learning theory terminology.
  36. Motivational Theory - University of Arkansas
  37. Negative Reinforcement University — NRU is an interactive environment for the study of negative reinforcement, one of the more challenging concepts to teach and learn in Psychology. Available as either a web site (you will need the free Shockwave, below ) or as an Adobe Acrobat document (you will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, below).
  38. Neurosciences on the Internet - A searchable and browsable index of neuroscience resources available on the Internet: Neurobiology, neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, psychology, cognitive science sites and information on human neurological diseases.
  39. Observational Learning — A brief summary of Bandura's Observational Learning Theory.
  40. Operant Conditioning and Behaviorism — An historical outline that begins with Thorndike's trial-and-error learning, and introduces Pavlov's  classical  conditioning and Skinner's operant conditioning.
  41. Pedagogically-informed Networking -  Deborah Lynn Stirling
  42. Personal Construct Psychology - The Centre for Personal Construct Psychology is a major focal point for information and resources about George Kelly's Personal Construct Psychology.
  43. Personality Theory - Northwestern University
  44. Positive Reinforcement — Lyle K. Grant, at Athabasca University, has developed this tutorial to help students understand what constitutes, and what does not constitute, positive reinforcement.  Be sure you understand the illustrative examples before you begin the practice exercise.
  45. Problem-Based Teaching - R. J. Salvador, D. W. Countryman and B. E. Miller
  46. Psych Web's List of Psychology Resources
  47. Reigeluth's Elaboration Theory - University of Arkansas
  48. Rousseau - Émile - The on-line English translation of Jean-Jacques Rousseau's Emile or On Education, one of the most influential books in the history of education.
  49. Rousseau - Émile The Creed of a Savoyard Priest
  50. Rousseau on Education   - Michele Erina Doyle and Mark Smith
  51. Scandura's Structural Theory - Scandura's Structural theory replaces the behaviorist chaining process with a cognitive orientated structure.
  52. Script Theory (R. Schank) - "The central focus of Schank's theory has been the structure of knowledge, especially in the context of language understanding."
  53. Sensation and Perception Tutorial - Hanover, "Here is a small collection of tutorials and demonstrations related to our senses."
  54. Systems Approach to Training - Big Dog's Human Resource Development Page
  55. The "Theory Into Practice - TIP database
  56. The Commonwealth of Learning- The Commonwealth of Learning (COL) is an intergovernmental organisation created by Commonwealth Heads of Government to encourage the development and sharing of open learning/distance education knowledge, resources and technologies. COL works with Commonwealth nations to improve access to quality education and training.
  57. The Education and Resource Network - The American Educational Research Association
  58. The Idea of the Theory of Knowledge as Social Theory - Jürgen Habermas (1968)
  59. The Teaching/Learning Process: A Discussion of Models- Deborah A. McIlrath and William G. Huitt
  60. The Theory Into Practice Database - "TIP is a tool intended to make learning and instructional theory more accessible to educators. The database contains brief summaries of 50 major theories of learning and instruction. These theories can also be accessed by learning domains and concepts."
  61. Uncertainty Reduction Links
  62. Using Cooperative Learning Groups - University of California, Santa Barbara
  63. Vision and Color Vision Phenomena - The Exploratorium, San Francisco, Ca
  64. Vygotsky's Social Development Theory — A brief summary of Vygotshy's theory.
  65. Vygotsky and Social Cognition — A brief summary of Vygotshy's theory.
  66. What is Activity Theory? - Martin Ryder, CUDenver
Anchored Instruction
  1. Anchored Instruction   - "Anchored instruction requires putting the students in the context of a problem-based story. The students "play" an authentic role while investigating the problem, identifying gaps to their knowledge, researching the information needed to solve the problem, and developing solutions. For example, the students play the role of a pilot to learn about aeronautics subject matter such as gravity, airflow, weather concepts, and basic flight dynamics. The teacher facilitates and coaches the students through the process."
  2. Anchored Instruction - TIP Database, John Bransford & the CTGV
  3. Anchored Instruction -  Open Learning Technology Corporation Limited
  4. Anchored Instruction - Julie Barbadillo, EMC 598, Arizona State University, Summer 1998
  5. Anchored Instruction  - Open Learning Technology Corporation Limited.
  6. Anchored Instruction - National Center on Accessing the General Curriculum
  7. Anchored Instruction - The University of New England, NSW, Australia
  8. Anchored instruction - Vanderbilt University
  9. Anchored Instruction  - William R. Booth
  10. Technological Support for Anchored Instruction - Candyce Williams Glaser & Linda K. Prestidge
  11. The Adventures of Jasper Woodbury - Vanderbilt
Dual Coding Theory
  1. A Simulation about Multimedia Design and Dual-Coding Theory - Authorware 5.1 Web Player requireed for this simulation
  2. Constructing Cognitive Artefacts: The Case of Multimedia Learning Materials - Christopher J. Colbourn, Department of Psychology, University of Southampton
  3. Dual-coding theory - Instructional Technology Global Resource Network
  4. Dual Coding Theory and Visualization - University of Iceland
  5. Dual-Coding, Context-Availability, and Concreteness Effects in Sentence Comprehension: An Electrophysiological Investigation - Phillip J. Holcomb, John Kounios, Jane E. Anderson, W. Caroline West
John Dewey
  1. A Dialog between Confucius and Dr. John Dewey - Lih-Ching Chen Wang
  2. Center for John Dewey Studies - The Center for Dewey Studies at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale was established in 1961 as the "Dewey Project." In the course of collecting and editing Dewey's works, the Center  amassed a wealth of source materials for the study of America's quintessential  philosopher-educator, John Dewey. By virtue of its publications and research, the Center has become the international focal point for research on Dewey's life and work. Its location at the University makes it possible for visitors to take advantage of the resources and professional  expertise of the faculty and staff of the Department of Philosophy, the College of Education, Special Collections in Morris Library, and the Southern Illinois University Press.
  3. Cognitivism, Situated Cognition, and Deweyian Pragmatism   - by Eric Bredo
  4. Constructivism, Educational Research, and John Dewey   - by Raf Vanderstraeten and Gert Biesta
  5. Dewey on the Pedagogy of Occupations: The social construction of the hyper-real- by James Palermo
  6. Dewey Reconstructs Ethics -  by Dr. Jan Garrett
  7. Dewey's Idea of Sympathy and the Development of the Ethical Self: A Japanese Perspective- by Naoko Saito
  8. Essays on the Philosophy of John Dewey - by Gordon L. Ziniewicz
  9. John Dewey & F. Mathias Alexander Homepage -Dewey met Alexander in during World War I when Alexander was visiting New York and had his first lessons from Alexander at that time. Dewey was then in his fifties, and he continued taking Alexander Technique lessons for the next 35 years.
  10. John Dewey & the Alexander Technique - "It [the F.M. Alexander Technique] bears the same relation to education that education itself bears to all other human activities." --John Dewey
  11. John Dewey and Informal Education - "Arguably the most influential thinker on education in the twentieth century, Dewey's contribution lies along several fronts. His attention to experience and reflection, democracy and community, and to environments for learning have been seminal."
  12. John Dewey and Progressive Education   - by David Wiles
  13. John Dewey at Michigan: The Birth of Pragmatism: The Philosopher's second An Arbor Period - by Linda Robinson
  14. John Dewey: Democracy and Education - The 1916 Book in HTML markup copyright 1994 ILT Digital Classics.
  15. John Dewey: Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy - Life and Works, Theory of Knowledge, Metaphysics, Ethical and Social Theory, Aesthetics, Critical Reception and Influence, Bibliography
  16. John Dewey: Rethinking Our Time - Reviewed by James Garrison
  17. John Dewey: The Quest for Certainty (1933)
  18. John Dewey's Critique of Socioeconomic Individualism - by S. Scott Zeman
  19. John Dewey's participatory philosophy of education: Education, experience and curriculum . - Joop W.A. Berding
  20. The Educational Theory of John Dewey (1859 - 1952) . - Analyst: N. I. Emand
Behaviorism
  1. A laboratory study of fear: The case of Peter. Pedagogical Seminary, 31, 308-315. Jones, Mary Cover. (1924).
  2. A new formula for behaviorism. Psychological Review, 29, 44-53. Tolman, Edward C. (1922).
  3. An Overview of Dialectical Behavioural Therapy for BPD - MHN Article
  4. Animal intelligence. Thorndike, Edward L. (1911).
  5. Are theories of learning necessary? Psychological Review, 57, 193-216. Skinner, B. F. (1950).
  6. Autobiography of C. Lloyd Morgan. In C. Murchison (Ed.), History of psychology in autobiography (Vol. 2, pp. 237-264). Worcester, MA: Clark University Press. Morgan, C. Lloyd. (1930).
  7. Autobiography of Robert M. Yerkes. In C. Murchison (Ed.), History of psychology in autobiography (Vol. 2, pp. 381-407). Worcester, MA: Clark University Press. Yerkes, Robert M. (1930).
  8. Basic neural mechanisms in behavior. Psychological Review, 37, 1-24. Lashley, Karl S. (1930).
  9. Behavior Analysis Resources - A list of related links.
  10. Behavior and the concept of mental disease. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 13, 589-597. Watson, John B. (1916).
  11. Behaviorism Tutorial - Athabasca University
  12. Behaviorism: The Rise and Fall of a Discipline - Behavior theory, while still viable, no longer holds the dominance it once did in theoretical psychology.
  13. Behaviorists for Social Responsibility.Behaviour Online- "Behavior OnLine aspires to be the premier World Wide Web gathering place for mental health professionals and applied behavioral scientists"
  14. Behavioural Temperaments- "Welcome! This Page is about behavioral individuality in infants, children and adults. It is intended as a clearinghouse for research and practical information about temperamental characteristics to be used by parents, students, professionals and others who have an interest in temperament."
  15. Classical Conditioning - An Article.
  16. Classical Conditioning - State University, Cortland, NY
  17. Classical Conditioning - Steve's Primer of Practical Persuasion and Influence
  18. Cognitive maps in rats and men. Psychological Review, 55(4), 189-208. Tolman, Edward, C. (1948).
  19. Commentary on "Psychology as the Behaviorist View It" John B. Watson (1913) - by Robert H. Wozniak
  20. Conditioned emotional reactions. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 3, 1-14. Watson, John B. & Rayner, Rosalie. (1920).
  21. Conditioned reflexes: An investigation of the physiological activity of the cerebral cortex (G. V. Anrep, Trans.). (Original work published 1927)Pavlov, Ivan P. (1927).
  22. Connectionism (Thorndike) -TIP Database
  23. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy - "Marsha Linehan (1991) pioneered this treatment, based on the idea that psychosocial treatment of those with Borderline Personality Disorder was as important in controlling the condition as traditional psycho- and pharmacotherapy were."
  24. Ding-Dong: Classical Conditioning. Pavlov and Pavlov's Dog . - West Virginia University
  25. Drive Reduction Theory - Theory Into Practice Database
  26. Drives and the C.N.S. (conceptual nervous system). Psychological Review, 62, 243-254. Hebb, D. O. (1955).
  27. Factors Determining the Effectiveness of Classical Conditioning - Unoveristy of Vermont
  28. From Behaviorism to Humanism - Elmira College
  29. FunderstandingHull’s Drive Reduction Theory - Theory Into Practice Database
  30. Has psychology failed? American Scholar, 4, 261-269. Jastrow, Joseph. (1935).
  31. Introduction to Animal Intelligence.  Edward Lee Thorndike (1911) by R. H. Wozniak.
  32. Introduction to: Introduction to: "Psychology as the Behaviorist Views it." John B. Watson (1913) - by Christopher D. Green.
  33. Introduction"A Laboratory Study of Fear: The Case of Peter" Mary Cover Jones (1924) by Alexandra Rutherford.
  34. Introspection as an objective method. Psychological Review, 29, 89-112. Washburn, Margaret Floy. (1922).
  35. Is thinking merely the action of language mechanisms? British Journal of Psychology, 11, 87-104. Watson, John B. (1920).
  36. Neobehaviorism Logical Positivism, Operationalism, and Physicalism . Study Notes.
  37. On "Psychology as the behaviorist views it". Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 53, 1-17. Titchener, Edward B. (1914).
  38. On two types of conditioned reflex. Journal of General Psychology, 16, 264-272. Konorski, J. & Miller, S. (1937).
  39. Operant (Instrumental) Conditioning - W. Huitt and J. Hummel
  40. Operant Conditioning - Cortland College
  41. Operant Conditioning and Behaviorism - A Historical Outline TheoriesPositive Reinforcement -  Athabasca University
  42. Psychological facts and psychological theory. Psychological Bulletin, 43, 1-20. Guthrie, Edwin R. (1946).
  43. Psychology as the behaviorist views it. Psychological Review, 20, 158-177 Watson, John B. (1913).
  44. 'Superstition' in the pigeon. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 38, 168-172. Skinner, B. F. (1948).
  45. The battle of behaviorism: An exposition and an exposure. Watson, John B. & MacDougall, William. (1929).
  46. The Behavior Analysis Home Page - University of South Florida
  47. The Behavioral Approach - Cortland College
  48. The behavioristic interpretation of consciousness. Psychological Bulletin, 30, 237-272, 329-353. Lashley, Karl S. (1923).
  49. The case against introspection. Psychological Review, 19, 404-413. (1912).Dunlap, Knight.
  50. The concept of the habit-family hierarchy and maze learning: Part I. Psychological Review, 41, 33-54. Hull, Clark L. (1934).
  51. The concept of the habit-family hierarchy and maze learning: Part II. Psychological Review, 41, 134-152. Hull, Clark L. (1934).
  52. The conflicting psychologies of learning -- A way out.Psychological Review, 42, 491-516. Hull, Clark L. (1935).
  53. The method of Pawlow in animal psychology. Psychological Bulletin, 6, 257-273. Yerkes, Robert M. & Morgulis, Sergius. (1909).
  54. The misbehavior of organisms. American Psychologist, 16, 681-684. Breland, Keller & Breland, Marian. (1961).
  55. The nature of love. American Psychologist, 13, 573-685. Harlow, Harry F. (1958).
  56. The relation of strength of stimulus to rapidity of habit-formation. Yerkes, Robert M. & Dodson, John D. (1908). Journal of Comparative Neurology and Psychology, 18, 459-482.
  57. The Relationship of Behaviorism, Neo-Behaviorism and Cognitivism to an Evangelical Bibliology . - by Greg Herrick Watson's career and work. The article also presents a history of psychologists' accounts of the Albert study, focusing on the study's distortion by Watson himself, general textbook authors, behavior therapists, and most recently, a prominent learning theorist. The author proposes possible causes for these distortions and analyzes the Albert study as an example of myth making in the history of psychology."
  58. Two types of conditioned reflex and a pseudo type. Journal of General Psychology, 12, 66-77. Skinner, B. F. (1935).
  59. Two types of conditioned reflex: A reply to Konorski and Miller. Journal of General Psychology, 16, 272-279. Skinner, B. F. (1937).
Contiguity Theory
  1. Contiguity Theory -   Open Learning Technology Corporation Limited
  2. Edwin R. Guthrie--   Classics in the History of Psychology
  3. Guthrie’s Contiguity Theory - by Gwendolyn Walata

Gestalt Theory

  1. Classics in the History of Psychology -- Introduction to Koffka
  2. Gestalt Psychology - by C. George Boeree
  3. Gestalt Psychology and Gestalt Therapy - by Mary Henle (1975)
  4. Gestalt Psychotherapy Institutes and Associations Worldwide
  5. Gestalt Theory - An International Multidisciplinary Journal
  6. In Search of the Laws of Visual Grouping -  Michael Kubovy, Alex O. Holcombe, Johan Wagemans, Jeff Hollier, Dirk Smit, Sarah Creem
  7. Keywords of Gestalt Theory - The Gestalt Theory Resources Center offers information and links to other resources on the web about Gestalt theory in its original sense as put forward by Max Wertheimer, Wolfgang Köhler, Kurt Koffka,  Kurt Lewin and other eminent Gestalt psychologists.
  8. Links to Gestalt Related Sources on the Web
  9. Mach and Ehrenfels: Foundations of Gestalt Theory - by Kevin Mulligan and Barry Smith
  10. Martin Buber und die Gestalttherapie (Rich Hycner) - Gestalt-Institut Köln
  11. Society for Gestalt Theory and its Applications
  12. The historical roots of Gestalt Therapy Theory - Gestalt Dialogue: Newsletter fo the Integrative Gestalt
  13. Centre, Aotearoa, New Zealand.
  14. The Gestalt Archive - Full Text Gestalt Psychology Articles
  15. The Gestalt Theoretical Psychotherapy Page
  16. The Max Wertheimer Page - Society for Gestalt Theory and Its Applications
  17. To Deviate or to Adapt - 13th Scientific Gestalt Theory Conference 2003
  18. The Association for the Advancement of Gestalt  Therapy - by Joel Latner
  19. Classics in the History of Psychology -- Koffka (1922)
  20. Wolfgang Köhler - "German-American psychologist, one of the founders of Gestalt psychology with Kurt Koffka. Köhler gained fame with his studies on cognitive processing involved in problem-solving by animals. Köhler argued that animals do not learn everything through a gradual trial-and-error process, or  stimulus-response association. His tests in Tenerife in the 1910s with chimpanzees suggested that these animals solved problems by understanding - like human beings, they are capable of insight learning, the "aha!" solutions to problems. Köhler also discovered with von Restoff the isolation effect in memory,     contributed to the theory of memory and recall, and developed a non-associationist theory of the nature of associations."

Robert Gagné

  1. Conditions of Learning -TIP Database
  2. Gagné's Nine Instructional Events: An Introduction - by Kevin Kruse
  3. Robert Gagné - by Stephen Bostock
  4. Gagné's Information Processing Model and its Implications to Instructional Design- by Timothy D. Brannon

B.F. Skinner

  1. Animal Trainer's Introduction to Operant & Classical Conditioning -  Stacy Braslau-Schneck This page attempts to explain Operant Conditioning, and promote the use of Positive Reinforcement and Negative Punishment  in animal training.
  2. Behaviorism: Skinner and Dennett - Philosophy of Mind Curtis Brown.
  3. Behaviorism, BF Skinner, Social Control, Modern Psychology - The Stimulus and the Response
  4. B F Skinner - The Origins of Cognitive Thought - Recent Issues in the Analysis of Behavior (1989) publ. Merrill Publishing
  5. B.F. Skinner Biography - C. George Boeree
  6. B.F. Skinner - Operant Conditioning - QuickTime video clip of Skinner discussing his theory.
  7. B.F. Skinner Foundation - Manages Skinner's literary estate, and publishes significant literary and scientific works in the analysis of behaviour. Site includes information about Skinner, his work, and life
  8. BF Skinner -  (Burrhus Frederick Skinner) elaboration of the theory of reinforcement and his advocacy of its application to learning.
  9. CogPrints: A Review of BF Skinner's Verbal Behavior - A Review of BF Skinner's Verbal Behavior.
  10. Contingencies R US - Paul K. Brandon
  11. Dr. P's - Dog Training - University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
  12. Negative Reinforcement - Maricopa Community College NRU is an interactive environment for the study of negative reinforcement.
  13. Operant Conditioning - TIP Database
  14. Operant Conditioning and Behaviorism - an historical outline - by R.W.Kentridge
  15. Operant Conditioning -TIP Database
  16. Positive Reinforcement - by Lyle K. Grant, Athabasca University
  17. Skinner's Defense of Behaviorism, Classic Works, Animal Learning Theory, and Utopian Societies
  18. The Behavioral Approach - SUNY Cortland
Information Processing Theory
  1. Applications and Misapplications of Cognitive Psychology to Mathematics Education- by John R. Anderson, Lynne M. Reder, and Herbert A. Simon Are Theories of Imagery Theories of Imagination? An Active Perception Approach to Conscious Mental Content - by Nigel J.T. Thomas
  2. rnformation Processing Theory (G. Miller) - Tip Database
  3. Information Theory of Claude Shannon & Warren Weaver
  4. Information Processing Theory Basics - "The information is stored for either a brief or extended period of time, depending upon the processes following encoding..."
  5. Information Processing Theory - University of Indiana
  6. Information Processing Theory - by Richard H. Hall
  7. Modes of Learning   (D. Rumelhart & D. Norman)

Jean Piaget

  1. A biography - Jean Piaget Archives
  2. A Piaget Biography - C. George Boeree
  3. Biography - The Jean Piaget Society
  4. Child Psychologist: Jean Piaget - By Seymour Paper
  5. Jean Piaget's Genetic Epistemology: Appreciation and Critique - by Robert L. Campbell
  6. Jean Piaget - Genetic Epistemology (1968) - Philosophy Archive @ marxists.org
  7. Jean Piaget's Genetic Epistemology: Appreciation and Critique - Robert L. Campbell
  8. Piaget - Theory of Development - SUNY Cortland
  9. The "Theory Into Practice - TIP Database
  10. The Piaget Archives- Les Archives Jean Piaget
  11. Time Article - "Jean Piaget, the pioneering Swiss philosopher and psychologist, spent much of his professional life listening to children, watching children and poring over reports of researchers around the world who were doing the same. He found, to put it most succinctly, that children don't think like grownups. After thousands of interactions with young people often barely old enough to talk, Piaget began to suspect that behind their cute and seemingly illogical utterances were thought processes that had their own kind of order and their own special logic. Einstein called it a discovery 'so simple that only a genius could have thought of it.' "

Lev Vygotsky

  1. Beyond the Individual-Social Antimony in Discussions of Piaget and Vygotsky- Michael Cole, University of California, San Diego
  2. Situated cognition and activity theory - University of Colorado at Denver
  3. Situated Learning- TIP Database
  4. Social Development Theory - Garry Jacobs and Harlan Cleveland
  5. Social Development Theory - TIP Database
  6. Vygotsky - Christine Guerra and Ricardo Schutz
  7. Vygotsky - The Historical Meaning of The Crisis in Psychology: A Methodological Investigation - Written 1927
  8. Vygotsky - Thinking and Speaking - Written: 1934
  9. Vygotsky and Assessment - by Sam Wineburg
  10. Vygotsky and education: The sociocultural genesis of dialogic thinking in classroom contexts for open-forum literature discussions - by Suzanne M. Miller
  11. Vygotsky and Social Cognition — A brief summary of Vygotshy's theory.
  12. Vygotsky Centennial Project- Department of Psychology, Massey University
  13. Vygotsky's Distinction Between Lower and Higher Mental Functions - Eugene Subbotsky
  14. Vygotsky's Social Development Theory - Elizabeth M. Riddle & Nada Dabbagh
Situated Learning
  1. A Situated Cognition Perspective on Learning on Demand - William J. Clancey
  2. A Tutorial on Situated Learning - William J. Clancey
  3. Collaborative Knowledge Networks - A Viewpoint by Deloitte Consulting and Deloitte & Touche
  4. Communities of Practice - Fred Nickols
  5. Communities of practice at the core - ELearning post
  6. Communities of Practice  - Department of Computer Science at the University of York
  7. Designing web-bases units...situated learning - Edith Cowan University,
  8. It Takes A community - Excerpt from Wenger
  9. Lave, J., & Wenger
  10. New Perspectives on Mentoring
  11. New Ways of Learning in the Workplace
  12. Organizational learning and communities-of-practice
  13. Organizational learning: Wenger - 14 guidelines to help you work with rather than against the inner logic of organizational learning
  14. Situated Cognition
  15. Situated Learning
  16. Situated Learning (J. Lave)
  17. Situated Learning in Adult Education
  18. Situated Learning in Adult Education  - David Stein
  19. Situated learning
  20. Situated Learning
  21. Wenger Search results - 76 citations found. Retrieving documents.

Howard Gardner: Theory of Multiple Intelligences

  1. 7 Kinds of Smart - by James Collins
  2. Adult Multiple Intelligences project (AMI) - Project Zero
  3. Different Ways of Learning - Judith C. Reiff
  4. Different Ways of Learning : a nice list of "what to do" for parents
  5. Education World: Multiple Intelligences -- A Theory for Everyone from Education World
  6. Eric Digest: Gardner's Multiple Intelligences
  7. Gardner - Overview - Daniel B. Stockstill
  8. Gardner - Summary - by Carla Lane
  9. Multimedia & Multiple Intelligences - by Shirley Veenema and Howard Gardner
  10. Multiple Intelligences - About.com
  11. Multiple Intelligences - metasite
  12. Multiple Intelligences: Gardner's Theory - by Amy C. Brualdi
  13. New Dimensions of Learning: Exploring Multiple Intelligences - sponsored by New Dimensions of Learning

Albert Bandura and Social Learning Theory

  1. A biographic profile - C. George Boeree
  2. Bandura - Theory Into Practice Database - TIP Database
  3. Classics in the History of Psychology - York University
  4. Differential Association - This page is designed and maintained by Diane M. DeMelo.
  5. Observational (Social) Learning Theory   - W. Huitt and J. Hummel
  6. Social Learning Theory - TIP Database
  7. Social Learning Theory of Albert Bandura - (From the First Edition of A First Look at Communication Theory by Em Griffin, Ó 1991, McGraw-Hill, Inc.
  8. The Power of Social Modeling: The Effects of Television Violence - by Christine Van De Velde
  9. The PSI-Cafe: Bandura -  Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
  10. The Social Learning Theory of Albert Bandura (book chapter)
  11. Theorist Albert Bandura - Margaret Delores Isom
  12. Theory Into Practice Database

Bernard Weiner

  1. Attribution Theory of Fritz Heider - (From the Second Edition of A First Look at Communication Theory by Em Griffin, © 1994, 1991, McGraw-Hill, Inc. This text-only version of the article appears on the World Wide Web site www.afirstlook.com. A facsimile of the original article is also available in PDF format.)
  2. Attribution Theory & Achievement - Clayton Tucker-Ladd & Mental Health Net
  3. Attribution Theory in Action - West Virginia University
Cognitive Dissonance
  1. An Explanation of Cognitive Dissonance Theory - General Experimental Psychology Cognitive Dissonance Lab
  2. A further explanation of Cognitive Dissonance Theory - as developed by Leon Festinger
  3. Cognitive Dissonance - how social influence can produce attitude changes.
  4. Cognitive Dissonance Theory - TIP Database
  5. Cognitive Dissonance in Decision-Making
  6. Cognitive Dissonance Theory - Introductory lecture based in part on Em Griffin, A First Look at Communication theory (3rd ed.), McGraw-Hill, 1997.
  7. Cognitive Dissonance Theory - by Daniel J. O'Keefe
  8. Cognitive Dissonance Theory - by Elisa M. Jean
  9. Communication Theory: A First Look - (From the Third  Edition of A First Look at Communication Theory by Em Griffin, Ó 1997, McGraw-Hill, Inc. This text-only version of the article appears on the World Wide Web site www.afirstlook.com. The text version does not contain any figures. A facsimile of the original article, which includes all figures,  is also available in PDF format.)
  10. Sample Chapter -- Cognitive Dissonance - Eddie Harmon-Jones and Judson Mills
  11. Truth Maintenance with Cognitive Dissonance - by Peter Schwartz
  12. Social 1 - essay assessing Leon Festinger's theory of cognitive dissonance.
Aptitude-Treatment Interaction
  1. Aptitude-Treatment Interaction (L. Cronbach & R. Snow)
  2. Aptitude Treatment Interaction Research - by Barbara A. Nanney
  3. Aptitude Treatment Interaction & Cognitive Style - Oklahoma State University
  4. Learning styles (notes) - by Stephen W. Draper
  5. Reading Research Perspectives System Behavior and the Current Educational Paradigms- Western Carolina University
Subsumtion Theory
  1. Advance Organizers - Montclair State Univesity
  2. David Ausubel - by Barbara Bowen
  3. Subsumption Theory - Ausubel's theory is concerned with how individuals learn large amounts of meaningful material from verbal/textual presentations in a school setting (in contrast to theories developed in the context of laboratory  experiments).
Social Judgment Theory
  1. Social Judgment Theory Research - by Kindra Krebs
  2. Social Judgment Theory and Working Assets
  3. Social Judgment Theory - This site is designed primarily as a companion to A First Look at Communication Theory by Em Griffin and the Instructor's Manual by Glen McClish and Jacqueline "Jackie" Bacon.
  4. Social Judgment Theory - University of West Virginia
  5. The Social Judgment Theoryand it's Association with Advertising - Center for Interactive Advertising
  6. Muzafer Sherif - one of the founders of social psychology
Cooperative Learning
  1. Accounting for Individual Effort in Cooperative Learning Teams - D.B. Kaufman, R.M.Felder, and H. Fuller
  2. Collaborative learning and the Internet - Pierre Dillenbourg and Daniel Schneider, School of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland
  3. Collaborative Learning and Veterinary Medicine - Too many faculty members in our Colleges of Veterinary Medicine are not really able to distinguish between lecturing and teaching. Too often the college classroom is a place where students are bombarded with facts from the podium that they frantically try to copy down in their notes. Louis Schmier, a professor at Valdosta State University, emphasizes the point this way: "there really is a hell of a difference between a teacher and a classroom presenter." Schmier summarizes where college pedagogy is today as follows: "Most people think that anyone can teach. All you have to do is stand at the head of the classroom, throw out crumbs of information in an automated lecture, and the students will eagerly peck away and nourish their minds. I call that schooling, not education; lecturing, not teaching. Our graduate schools train scholars and researchers who are thrown into classrooms without guidance. It's little wonder that most of us evolve into classroom presenters."
  4. Collaborative Learning Using Guided Discovery on the INTERNET - Peter Holt, Claude Fontaine, Jane Gismondi, Darlene Ramsden,  Centre for Computing Information Systems and Mathematics (CCISM), Athabasca University
  5. Cooperative Learning - This Education Research Consumer Guide is produced by the Office of Research, Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI) of the U.S. Department of Education.
  6. Cooperative Learning Classroom Project - by Andrew M. Dahley
  7. Cooperative Learning in Technical Courses: Procedures, Pitfalls, and Payoffs- R.M. Felder and R. Brent
  8. Differences Between Collaborative Learning and Cooperative Learning
  9. Dynamics of Peer Education in Cooperative Learning Workgroups - C.R. Haller, V.J. Gallagher, T.L. Weldon, and R.M. Felder
  10. Effective Strategies for Cooperative Learning - R.M. Felder and R. Brent
  11. Implementing Cooperative Learning in your classroom
  12. IASCE -  International Association for the Study of Cooperation in Education
  13. Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures - Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures
  14. Mid-Atlantic Association for Cooperation in Education (MAACIE) - "This website is dedicated to promoting cooperative learning in education both K-12 and in higher education."
  15. Navigating The Bumpy Road to Student-Centered Instruction - R.M. Felder and R. Brent
  16. Network for Cooperative Learning in Higher Education - California State University, Dominguez Hills
  17. Salmon River - GLC Eisenhower Project
  18. Sheridan College School of Community Services - Cooperative Learning Network
  19. Southwest Educational Development laboratory
  20. Teaching and Learning Methods and Strategies - University of Arizona

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