Book Volume 6 2013

Educational Research: The Attraction of Psychology


ISBN: 978-94-007-5037-1 (Print) 978-94-007-5038-8 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-10

    Making Sense of the Attraction of Psychology: On the Strengths and Weaknesses for Education and Educational Research

  3. Chapter

    Pages 11-31

    Struggling with the Historical Attractiveness of Psychology for Educational Research Illustrated by the Case of Nazi Germany

  4. Chapter

    Pages 33-51

    On the Fatal Attractiveness of Psychology: Racism of Intelligence in Education

  5. Chapter

    Pages 53-71

    Psychology in Teacher Education: Efficacy, Professionalization, Management, and Habit

  6. Chapter

    Pages 73-89

    The Fatal Attraction of the Language of Developmental Psychology in Child-Rearing

  7. Chapter

    Pages 91-104

    Mirror Neuron, Mirror Neuron in the Brain, Who’s the Cleverest in Your Reign? From the Attraction of Psychology to the Discovery of the Social

  8. Chapter

    Pages 105-118

    The Vocabulary of Acts: Neuroscience, Phenomenology, and the Mirror Neuron

  9. Chapter

    Pages 119-129

    The Attraction of Neuropsychological Findings in Contemporary Educational Thinking, or Feeling, Emotion and Relationship as Blind Spots in Educational Theory

  10. Chapter

    Pages 131-145

    ‘The Proper Study of Mankind’? In Defence of the Humanities Against the Exaggerated Pretensions of ‘Scientific’ Psychology

  11. Chapter

    Pages 147-157

    The Theology of Education to Come

  12. Chapter

    Pages 159-166

    Learning Is Not Education

  13. Chapter

    Pages 167-173

    Attention, Commitment and Imagination in Educational Research: Open the Universe a Little More!

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 175-184