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Types of Processing: Parallel vs. Serial and Bottom-up vs. Top-down Processing • Parallel Processes Involves performing two tasks in accord with each other (at the same time), for example the task of talking and driving can be performed at the same time

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Cognitive science Neuropsychology Neuroscience Mental processes Neuropsychological assessment Memory Cognitive tests Neuropsychological tests Working memory Semantic memory Levels-of-processing effect Attention
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Serial and Bottom-up vs. Top-down Processing • Parallel Processes Involves performing two tasks in accord with each other (at the same time), for example the task of talking and driving can be performed at the same time • Cascaded Processes involves starting a second task before the completion of the first task, for example turning on an indicator and turning the wheel to change lanes • Discrete Serial Processes involve completing two tasks separately from each other, for example turning on the ignition in a ca...
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