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The research on Educational Psychology Theories are extensive, and the four major perspectives which make the foundation for its qualitative and quantitative research methods of study are those of behaviorist, cognitive, humanistic and social learning.
In a classroom setting, people are unique in the way they acquire information as many learn differently than others.
This is primarily due to an individual’s ethnic background, motivation to learn, mental disability, or even one’s natural gifted ability to recall every last detail of what the educator stated.
As the research on educational psychology theory is extensive, the four major perspectives which make the foundation for its qualitative and quantitative research methods of study are those of behaviorist, cognitive, humanistic and social learning.
Behaviorist perspective is simply the student’s observable behavior.
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