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educational psychology


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educational psychology n.

educational psychology n.

Educational Psychology’s Role in the Education of Selves

Educational Psychology and Psychological Literacy in Higher Education Developmental and Cultural Aspects of Racial Diversity

SANDIFORD, Peter (1882 - 1941), Professor of Educational Psychology and Director of Educational Research, University of Toronto

Preparation, Perseverance, and Performance in Music: Views from a Program of Educational Psychology Research

WALL, William Douglas (1913 - 2003), Professor of Educational Psychology, Institute of Education, University of London, 1973–78, then Professor Emeritus

SYLVA, Kathleen Danaher - Professor of Educational Psychology, University of Oxford, since 1998; Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford, 1997, now Emeritus

The Geographies of Strategic Competence: Borrowing from Social and Educational Psychology to Sketch an Activity and Knowledge‐Based Theory of the Firm

VALENTINE, Charles Wilfrid (1879 - 1964), Professor of Education, Univ. of Birmingham, 1919–46, now Emeritus; Editor of the British Journal of Educational Psychology, 1931–55

FONAGY, Peter (born 1952), Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis, University of London, at University College, since 1992, and Head, Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology, University College London, since 2008; Chief Executive, Anna Freud Centre, since 2003 (Director of Research, 1989–2003); National Clinical Lead, Children and Young People’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Programme, Department of Health, then NHS England, since 2011

 

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A field of applied psychology devoted to education. In the US, educational psychologists are trained in education rather than psychology, and they work mainly as counsellors in universities and colleges. In the UK they are trained in both psychology and education and are employed mainly in child guidance clinics and school psychological services or as independent or private consultants. This is called school psychology in the US. The work of educational or school psychologists involves the diagnosis and treatment of educational, emotional, and behavioural problems in children of all ages up to the late teens.

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