The Influences of Cognitive Development in the Processes of Educational Communication

  • Oana Adina Pocovnicu Danubius University of Galati
  • Victoria Onofrei Danubius University of Galati
Keywords: communication; learning; process; education; information transmission

Abstract

Communication is the process of transmitting information, ideas, opinions, opinions, either from one individual to another or from one group to another. Any communication process takes place in a context, ie it takes place in a certain psychological, social, cultural, physical or temporal space, with which it is in a relationship of close interdependence. . In the process of communication can be identified a series of stimuli that impose on this specific human act an individual character, which make the communication to be individualized, specific to each speaker. Learning is a complex and dynamic phenomenon with a wide scope that has been the object of research for specialists in various fields: psychology, pedagogy, biology. Communicative behavior is practiced through educational activities, which means challenges for continuous growth of performance and stimulation of basic personality behaviors.

Author Biographies

Oana Adina Pocovnicu, Danubius University of Galati

Faculty of  Communication and International Relations, specialization  Psychology

Victoria Onofrei, Danubius University of Galati

Faculty of  Communication and International Relations, specialization  Psychology

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Published
2021-10-28
Section
Articles