Processes of Learning and Motivation from Psychological Perspectives
This project will look at processes of learning and motivation from psychological perspectives, or be interdisciplinary and draw on other Social Science traditions. It can take a lifespan approach and cover any stage of development from infancy to senescence, or include the whole lifespan. Learning and motivation can be studied in formal or informal settings; schools, colleges, university, the workplace, home or other environments. It can consider individual differences in learning styles and motivational patterns or even examine whole systems of education.
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There is no funding specifically linked to this project.
Where applicable, applicants will be supported to apply for ESRC, AHRC or University of Birmingham studentships or bursaries. Information about studentships in Education is available here: www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/education/scholarships/index.aspx
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FTE Category A staff submitted: 23.70
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