Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology

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Educational psychology is a special field of endeavor
because it strives to apply what is known about many
different disciplines to the broad process of education.

In the most general terms, you can expect to find top-
ics in this area that fall into the categories of human

learning and development (across the life span), moti-
vation, measurement and statistics, and curriculum

and teaching. More specifically, the educational psy-
chologist studies such topics as aggression, the rela-
tionship between poverty and achievement in schools,

lifelong learning, quantitative methods, and emerging
adulthood. Educational psychology is truly a diverse
and fascinating field of study and unlike other social

and behavioral sciences. Its significance for applica-
tion to the real needs of both children and adults

cannot be overestimated.

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    Educational psychology is a special field of endeavor
    because it strives to apply what is known about many
    different disciplines to the broad process of education.

    In the most general terms, you can expect to find top-
    ics in this area that fall into the categories of human

    learning and development (across the life span), moti-
    vation, measurement and statistics, and curriculum

    and teaching. More specifically, the educational psy-
    chologist studies such topics as aggression, the rela-
    tionship between poverty and achievement in schools,

    lifelong learning, quantitative methods, and emerging
    adulthood. Educational psychology is truly a diverse
    and fascinating field of study and unlike other social

    and behavioral sciences. Its significance for applica-
    tion to the real needs of both children and adults

    cannot be overestimated.

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