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CHAPTER 10: Cognitive Notes.docx

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Theory: we learn to speak correctly through paired-associates learning each word in a sentence serves as a stimulus for the word that follows it. Infin
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Chapter 11-Decisions

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Decision making: the mental activities that take place in choosing among alternatives. Rationality selecting ways of thinking and deciding with your ov
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Psychology 2135A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: General Problem Solver, Functional Fixedness

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Greeno suggests 3 types of problems: arrangement, inducing structure and transformation. Arrangement problems: a problem that requires rearranging its
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CHAPTER 1: Cognitive Notes

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CHAPTER 3: Cognitive Notes.docx

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Bottleneck theory: a theory that attempts to explain how people select information when. Chapter 3: attention some information-processing stage becomes
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Psychology 2135A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Suling, Children'S Book Council Of Australia, Word Lists By Frequency

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One method for studying the difficulty of comprehension is to measure reading speed. Gernsbacher"s structure building framework to understanding text:
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Psychology 2135A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: The Features, University Of Manchester, Visual Perception

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Psychology 2135A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Memory Span, Phoneme, Sketchpad

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Working memory: the use of short-term memory as a temporary store for information needed to accomplish a particular task. Rate of forgetting probablili
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