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 Information Processing Theory - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
Information processing theory likens the mind to a computer, emphasizing how humans encode, process, store, and retrieve information. It studies the stages and mechanisms of cognition, suggesting that mental processes operate in a sequential, orderly manner to transform sensory input into meaningful information.
 
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Information Processing Theory Cognitive Development   Cognitive Development

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-07-19