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Cognitive Psychology

Natasha Rockwell

Understanding Basic Assumptions of Cognitive Psychology

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3.neurological process in which newly aquired knowledge is firmed up in the brain
8.process learners use to make connections among various pieces of information
9.theoretical perspective in which learning and behavior are described
Down
1.gradual weakening of information used in long term memory
2.theoretical perspective proposing that learners construct rather than absorb knowledge from experience
4.ability to respond quickly and effciently while mentally processing a task
5.process learners use to embellish on new information based on what they know.
6.process in which information is repeated over and over in a short span of time
7.memory aid or trick designed to help you remember
10.ability to save something that has been previously learned

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