Toward the Development of Christian Psychology: Learning and Cognitive Processes

Volume
Volume 6
Issue
Fall 1978
Title
Toward the Development of Christian Psychology: Learning and Cognitive Processes
Abstract

This is second in a series of articles placing various areas of psychology in a Christian perspective. Learning is seen as emphasizing how humans are similar to animals. Classical conditioning, instrumental learning, verbal learning, reinforcement, and theories of learning are discussed. Cognitive processes are seen as emphasizing how humans are created in the Image of God. The need to know, theories of cognitive organization, and the specific problem areas of thinking, concept formation, language, and creativity are all discussed from this perspective.

Author
Dr. R.L. Koteskey
Pages
254 - 265
Price
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