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Cognitive science Neuropsychology Memory Cognition Mental processes Neuropsychological assessment Implicit memory Working memory Explicit memory Semantic memory Long-term memory Episodic memory
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Cognitive science Neuropsychology Memory Cognition Mental processes Neuropsychological assessment Implicit memory Working memory Explicit memory Semantic memory Long-term memory Episodic memory
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al structures Behaviour: simple S-R associations Introspection thinking about what's going on inside your head to describe mental processes Tolman (1948) Tolman disputed S-R only Behaviourism theory by proving that the rats could learn the maze without rewards When reward introduced, rat able to find it straight away (suggests internal representations) Language Can't be explained with S-R Children learn words without reward (cognitive processes used to explain language) Cognitive Biases How people distort reality Cognitive Models The processing of information: Sensory input sensory memory working (short term) memory long term memory Mental Chronometry Methods of measuring the speed and organisation of mental processes Comparing behaviour in 2 tasks that differ in only one mental process (simple vs choice reaction time) o Simple reaction time: press button to ...
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