Introduction to the special issue on evolutionary educational psychology

Owens, Stephanie A.
December 2000
Learning & Individual Differences;2000, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p311
Academic Journal
Introduces a series of articles pertaining to educational psychology, featured in the December 2000 issue of the periodical 'Learning and Individual Differences.' Views on modern schooling; Gap between innate understanding of the world and academic learning; Effect of social context on early literacy learning.


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