Handout 3 - Contributors to Adult Learning Theory[1]

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Handout 3 Contributors to Adult Learning Theory In this exercise, you will analyze the role other disciplines played in the development of Adult Learning Theory. Please save this document to your hard drive and answer directly on this template. When completed submit this document as an attachment to the appropriate drop box. 1. How has clinical psychology contributed to andragogy? Clinical psychology has contributed to andragogy in many ways, such as Erik Erikson’s “eight ages of man.” Sigmund Freud’s major contribution was “identifying the influence of the subconscious mind on behavior, some of his concepts were, anxiety, repression fixation, regression, aggression, defense mechanism, projection, and transference. Carl Jung’s contribution was the “four ways to extract information from experience to achieve internalized: sensation, thought, emotion, and intuition.” There are many other ways that clinical psychology has contributed to andragogy but those are just to name a few. 2.
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