Educational Psychology

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Educational psychology concentrates on the human learning development involving everything that surrounds the learning process and outcome. The environment, emotional state, and teaching style are all major factors that influence this study generally or individually, thus bridging into several disciplines of psychology. The advent of educational psychology stems from the rise of immigration, considered its golden era between 1890 and 1920. This surge in immigration brought in new intelligence, and provided opportunity for educational psychologists to assess and grow in understanding of the human process of learning and measuring of potential.

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