2 edition of Need of psychology in the teaching of history. found in the catalog.
Need of psychology in the teaching of history.
Henry Michael Cunney
Written in English
Thesis (M.Ed.)--Boston College, 1923.
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Basic needs, income distribution, and the political economy of Rwanda
text-book of medical chemistry and toxicology.
month at Brighton, and what became of it.
fires of Pele
Highway design and maintenance in developing countries
Artists for Victory
Culture, economy, and national development
Medicare administrative costs
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The Relevancy of Educational Psychology This article indicates two important contributions which educa tional psychology, as a body of information and as an arena of. research activity, can make to education.
THE RKLEVANCY of an applied area de pends in part upon the definition of the process, institution, or event to. The effective teaching of History is a prime area of concern for most History teacher-educators.
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First, for graduate students in be- the Handbook is devoted to the history of psychology as Handbook The Handbook of Psychology. Few would argue that the standard narrative of the history of psychology has emphasized European and American traditions over others, but in today's global culture, there is a greater need in Author: Adrian Brock.
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