An Introduction to Educational Psychology
by M. Asch
Publisher: Sarup & Sons 2005
Number of pages: 368
Education has benefited much from educational psychology, without whose contributions education would have remained just a philosophy. Education psychology helps in understanding the behavior of the learners and teachers. It tries to understand and formulate the laws governing motivation and development.
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