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  1. (PDF) The Cognitive Perspective on Learning: Its Theoretical

    Learn how cognitive theories explain different aspects of learning and inform classroom practices in this PDF article on ResearchGate.

  2. A 60-Year Evolution of Cognitive Theory and Therapy

    Attempts to Create an Innovative Theory and Therapy. The next step in my evolution of cognitive theory and therapy was the recognition that individuals had a system of beliefs that, when triggered by a particular situation, yielded the interpretation or misinterpretation, generally in the form of an automatic thought.

  3. Cognitive-Load Theory: Methods to Manage Working Memory Load in the

    The human cognitive architecture postulated by CLT has developed over several decades into a model in which the processes and structures are considered closely analogous to the processes and structures associated with evolution by natural selection (e.g., Paas & Sweller, 2012; Sweller & Sweller, 2006).Obviously, being driven by theoretical and empirical research, the cognitive architecture is ...

  4. Teaching the science of learning

    The science of learning has made a considerable contribution to our understanding of effective teaching and learning strategies. However, few instructors outside of the field are privy to this research. In this tutorial review, we focus on six specific cognitive strategies that have received robust support from decades of research: spaced practice, interleaving, retrieval practice, elaboration ...

  5. Cognitive theory development as we know it: specificity, explanatory

    In terms of assessing the explanatory adequacy of cognitive theories, i.e., which experimental data any model should be tested against, there seems to be little role for brain data (e.g., fMRI and ERP). Of course, cognitive neuropsychology has indeed proven decisive to inform the structure of cognitive models (and reading models in particular ...

  6. Motivation and social cognitive theory

    1. Introduction. Social cognitive theory is a psychological perspective on human functioning that emphasizes the critical role played by the social environment on motivation, learning, and self-regulation (Schunk & Usher, 2019).Because there are different social cognitive theoretical perspectives, to focus this article the discussion is limited to the social cognitive theory proposed by ...

  7. The Cognitive Perspective on Learning: Its Theoretical Underpinnings

    The Cognitive Perspective on Learning: Its Theoretical Underpinnings and Implications for Classroom Practices ... In contrast to behaviorism, cognitivism is a relatively recent learning theory and its features are not well known or are confused with constructivism by teachers. This article aims to provide an overview of the core characteristics ...

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    Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications publishes new empirical and theoretical work covering all areas of Cognition, with a special emphasis on use-inspired basic research: fundamental research that grows from hypotheses about real-world problems. We expect that authors will be able to explain in a Significance section how their basic research serves to advance our understanding of ...

  9. Journal of Cognitive Psychology

    The Journal of Cognitive Psychology publishes contributions from all areas of cognitive psychology, focusing on sound and theory-driven studies that advance our understanding of cognitive mechanisms and processes. Contributors include experimental cognitive psychologists and cognitive neuroscientists, working in areas as diverse as perception, attention, language processing, numerical ...

  10. The Past, Present, and Future of the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia

    The cognitive theory of multimedia learning (Mayer, 2021, 2022), which seeks to explain how people learn academic material from words and graphics, has developed over the past four decades. Although the name and graphical representation of the theory have evolved over the years, the core ideas have been constant—dual channels (i.e., humans have separate information processing channels for ...

  11. Theories of cognitive development: From Piaget to today

    As Flavell, Miller, and Miller wrote in their textbook about theories of development: "theories of cognitive development can be divided into B. P. (Before Piaget), and A. P. (After Piaget), because of the impact of his theory on the theorizing that came thereafter" ( Flavell, Miller, & Miller, 2002, p. 8 ), adding that Piaget had "the ...

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    Evaluation, Criticisms, and Rebuttals. Warren W. Tryon, in Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychotherapy, 2014 Cognitive Theory. The generalized cognitive theory that underlies all variants of CBT has a large explanatory scope, in that one can say that cognition influences affect and behavior regarding any topic. What is missing is a more nuanced explanation of each psychological topic that one ...

  13. Strengths and Weaknesses of Cognitive Theory

    Abstract. This paper focuses on strengths and weaknesses of the Cognitive Theory. Many theories have been proposed over the years to explain the developmental changes that people undergo over the ...

  14. A 60-Year Evolution of Cognitive Theory and Therapy

    Psychiatry, 15, 305-312. Beck A. T. (1963a, November). There is more on the surface than meets the eye. Lecture presented in The Academy of Psychoanalysis, New York, NY. Beck A. T. (1963b). Thinking and depression: I. Idiosyncratic content and cognitive distortions. Archives of General Psychiatry, 9, 324-333.

  15. Cognitive Theory

    The emergence of cognitive theory in the 1950s was a milestone and, for some, a revolution in psychology, for it made the study of thinking and consciousness legitimate again after decades of dominance by behavioral theory. Behaviorists were concerned with the observation, measurement, and manipulation of behavior; mind and thinking were of ...

  16. (PDF) COGNITIVE LEARNING THEORIES

    based on cognitive approach. Theory of data processing accepts information as the basic means of learning and explains. learning in terms of memory system. It focuses on how information goes into ...

  17. Piaget's Cognitive Developmental Theory: Critical Review

    Piaget proposed four cognitive developmental stages for children, including sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational, and the formal operational stage. Although Piaget's theories have had a great impact on developmental psychology, his notions have not been fully accepted without critique.

  18. (PDF) Theories of Cognitive Development

    theory based on the infant responding from a brush against their cheek with the reflex to suck. The suck reflux also known as rooting, it is an infant's automatic response to various stimulation ...

  19. From Theory to Practice: The Application of Cognitive Load

    d unlimited long-term memory interact during the process of learning. Though initially described as primarily a theory of learning, parallels between cognitive load theory and broader aspects of medical education as well as clinical practice are now becoming clear. These parallels are particularly relevant and evident in complex clinical environments, like resuscitation medicine. The authors ...

  20. Cognitive load theory, educational research, and instructional design

    Cognitive load is a theoretical notion with an increasingly central role in the educational research literature. The basic idea of cognitive load theory is that cognitive capacity in working memory is limited, so that if a learning task requires too much capacity, learning will be hampered. The recommended remedy is to design instructional systems that optimize the use of working memory ...

  21. The key principles of cognitive behavioural therapy

    Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) explores the links between thoughts, emotions and behaviour. It is a directive, time-limited, structured approach used to treat a variety of mental health disorders. It aims to alleviate distress by helping patients to develop more adaptive cognitions and behaviours. It is the most widely researched and ...

  22. Piaget's Cognitive Developmental Theory: Critical Review

    The aim of the current paper is to demonstrate the key aspects of Piaget's cognitive development theory and evaluate Piaget's idea based on later studies. Asian Institute of Research Educati on ...

  23. (PDF) Social Cognitive Theory

    In this conceptual paper, social cognitive theory was extended to consider how leader cognitions, in addition to behaviors and the situation, impact the leadership process. Available online by ...

  24. A Learning Theory Proposal that May Strengthen the ...

    The paper has described a learning theory proposal that we opine may strengthen the effectiveness of Psychological Treatments. Presented was a short review of Learning Theory, and then we showed how early developmental learning may be damaged in toxic parental/caregiver environments and used examples to illustrate how early maladaptive patterns ...