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The case of cognition and instruction'in Educational Psychologist, 36(2): 83-8. Meyer, WE; Moore, C and Viljoen, HG (1997). Personology. From individual to ecosystem. Sandown: Heinemann Publishers. Potter, J (2000). 'Postcognitive psychology' in Theory in Psychology, 10(1): 31-7. Strube, J (2000). 'Generative theories in cognitive psychology' in Theory and Psychology, 10(1): 117-25. 3 Emotions and Emotional Intelligence for Educators Peter Salovey Emotions and Emotional Intelligence for Educators Emotional Intelligence in Schools 32 Keys to Educational Psychology EMOTIONS AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR EDUCATORS Emotion: A genetic and acquired motivational predisposition to respond experientially, physiologically and behaviourally to certain internal and external stimuli (Carlson & Hatfield, 1992).