the most intangible domain of the learning process. involves affective behavior, which is conduct that expresses feelings, beliefs, values, and opinions; the feeling domain
the domain involved in the learning and storage of basic knowledge. it is the thinking portion of the learning process and incorporates a person's previous experiences and perceptions; the learning/thinking domain.
the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain and then process and understand basic health information as well as basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.
the acquisition of knowledge or skill
the domain involved in the learning of a new procedure or skill; often called the doing domain.
a system of directed and deliberate actions intended to induce learning