The Cognitive Learning Theory

There are various aspects of the Cognitive Learning Theory (CLT) all of which are important to consider when studying the cognition of individuals.

The CLT is credited to Educational Psychologist, Jean Piaget, and is useful in the analysis of the relationship between mental processes and factors, both internal and external.

The behaviorist theory is juxtaposed by the CLT as it has a single focus on observable behavior. Whereas the CLT pays attention to what the way of the learner’s mind and how it dictates behavior.

The cognitive learning process is based on individuals cognitively processing input to result in a behaviour. Mental processes have a plethora of elements, such as:

Organizing Interpreting Categorizing Attention Observing Forming generalizations.

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