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Information Processing - Human Development - Lecture Slides

Slides, Human Development

Post: December 22th, 2012
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Information Processing, Processing Theories, Cognitive Rules, Development is Continuous, Problem Solvers, Mechanisms of Change, Evidence of Infant Memory, Mobile Task, Metamemory, Suggestibility of Child Memory. Above mentioned are either slide title of slide or any other important term described in this lecture of Human Development course.
Information Processing, Processing Theories, Cognitive Rules, Development is Continuous, Problem Solvers, Mechanisms of Change, Evidence of Infant Memory, Mobile Task, Metamemory, Suggestibility of Child Memory. Above mentioned are either slide title of slide or any other important term described in this lecture of Human Development course.
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Information Processing Information Processing Theories • Brain = Hardware Information Processing Theories • Brain = Hardware • Cognitive rules and strategies = software • Thinking = information processing 1 2 • Cognitive rules and strategies = software Characteristics of Information Processing Theories • Development is Continuous • Children are problem-solvers • Child as computational system (a computer), a processor of information • Thinking is a process that occurs over time Information Processing Theories • Mechanisms of Change – Encoding – Automatic Processing – Processing Speed – Strategy Construction – Content Knowledge – Self Modification 3 4 Docsity.com 1 Information Processing Summary of Information Processing Theories • • • • Child as Problem solver Thinking as a Process that occurs over time Computer as Metaphor Emphasis on Mechanisms of Change Memory in Childhood • • • • Evidence of Infant Memory Metamemory Autobio..

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