Psychology of learning



Download 4,8 Kb.
View original pdf
Page69/268
Date01.02.2020
Size4,8 Kb.
1   ...   65   66   67   68   69   70   71   72   ...   268

4.2 CONCEPT OF LEARNING

Meaning and Definitions of learning
Learning, in psychology, the process by which a relatively lasting change in potential behaviour occurs because of practice or experience. Learning is also a process of acquiring modifications in existing knowledge, skills, habits, or tendencies through experience, practice, or exercise.
Gates and others
Learning is the modification of behaviour through experience
Henry, P smith

“Learning is the acquisition of new behaviour or strengthening or weakening of old behaviour as a result of experience.
Crow and Crow

“Learning is the acquisition of habits, knowledge and attitudes. It involves new ways of doing things, and it operates in an individual’s attempt to overcome obstacles or to adjust to new situations

Skinner
“Learning is the process of progressive behaviour adaptation

Munn
“To learn is to modify behaviour and experience

M. L. Bigge

“Learning maybe considered as change in insights, behaviour, perception, motivation or a combination of these



Share with your friends:
1   ...   65   66   67   68   69   70   71   72   ...   268


The database is protected by copyright ©psysite.info 2019
send message

    Main page