Entry from US English dictionary
A branch of psychology that studies children in an educational setting and is concerned with teaching and learning methods, cognitive development, and aptitude assessment.
- Textbooks on child development and educational psychology often take Piaget as the starting point for discussing cognitive development.
- The intervention uses strategies from three disciplines: brain injury rehabilitation, special education and educational psychology, and clinical psychology.
- It requires much stronger financial and policy support for applied research in education, school psychology and educational psychology.
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Syllabification: ed·u·ca·tion·al psy·chol·o·gy
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