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Gehlbach, Hunter; Vriesema, Christine Calderon – Educational Psychology Review, 2019
For a host of reasons, training students and teachers to more accurately discern the thoughts, feelings, and motivations of others is more important than ever. One approach to improving social perspective taking entails teaching students to understand when and how bias impedes their efforts to "read" others. To facilitate this…
Descriptors: Bias, Social Cognition, Perspective Taking, Interpersonal Relationship
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Gehlbach, Hunter – Educational Psychology Review, 2010
Teaching and learning are fundamentally social enterprises. In attempting to understand, explain, and predict social behavior, social psychologists have amassed scores of empirically grounded, fundamental principles. Yet, many such principles have yet to be applied to classrooms despite the social nature of these settings. This article illustrates…
Descriptors: Social Behavior, Psychologists, Social Cognition, Social Psychology
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Gehlbach, Hunter – Educational Psychology Review, 2004
Social perspective taking (SPT) is thought to be important in its own right and is often associated with other important skills, such as interpersonal conflict resolution. Previous research on SPT, however, has conceptualized it as a unidimensional construct leaving scholars with an insufficient understanding of this aptitude and how it relates to…
Descriptors: Academic Aptitude, Perspective Taking, Conflict Resolution, Outcomes of Education