(Prerequisite, bachelor's degree in music and permission of instructor. A student whose bachelor's degree in music was not in music education and who intends to teach in public school following completion of a masters degree in music education must also complete certification requirements as required by the State of Kansas for the teaching area he/she has chosen.) This course is designed to examine the psychology of historically significant learning theories and their relationship and applicability to music education in the 20th Century. It will provide the student with the necessary knowledge to better evaluate established theories of learning, as well as "current trends" in the field, and to determine their usefulness in various settings within the music education curriculum. An examination of significant talent and achievement tests will also be addressed.