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Cognition in Reading and Comprehension
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7 pages in length. Cognition has been studied in many factions as to how it works in regards to reading and comprehension. There are many theories as to what goes on within the brain during the process of cognition, and some of those studies will be included herein. The emphasis will be on cognition in reading and comprehension. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Cognitive Behavior Therapy
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6 pages in length. Psychology as a discipline has come to be an essential element in the overall aspect of human life. Without its influential element, myriad individuals would not be able to properly function within their world. The practice of psychology has proven to be more than merely a treatment for the affluent or the crazy; rather, it has been embraced by mainstream society as a means by which people are able to work out various psychological situations. The writer discusses meditation as it relates to cognitive behavior therapy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Cognitive Development
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This 8 page paper considers the process of cognitive development. Starting with a table that outlines the development of the cognitive processes such as memory and the use of language. The writer then considers how a child's perception differs from that of an adult and the institutional influences on that development of perception. The writer also demonstrates practical applications of the theories. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
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Cognitive Development / Neo-Piagetian And Evolutionary Theories
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A 7 page paper that discuses cognitive development, specifically information processing according to two theorists: Case, a neo-Piagetian, and Siegler, who proposed an evolutionary theory. Siegler uses the metaphor of the wave, as in overlapping strategies for processing information. Case uses a more traditional approach of stages. No doubt, there is merit in both approaches and both have been show to have at least some validity. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Cognitive Development / Syllogistic Reasoning
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This 10 page paper explores the development of syllogistic reasoning in children. The essay follows the format of a research investigation with an introduction and hypothesis, brief literature review, methodology that includes subjects and procedures, results, discussion and conclusion. The 'study' is hypothetical, the rest of the essay is based on legitimate research into syllogistic reasoning. Researchers have found children are able to reason logically at a much younger age than proposed by Piaget. It is also clear that this ability develops more with age. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Cognitive Neuropsychology: The Biology of the Mind
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This 7 page paper provides an overview of four of the chapters of Gazuniga's book Cognitive Neuropsychology: The Biology of the Mind. This paper defines elements like the progression of motor structures, the development of cognition, and the progression of evolutionary elements. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Cognitive Problem Solving
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The ability to assess a problem and formulate solutions has been a subject within such varied disciplines as mathematics, psychology, linguistics, neurobiology and computer science. The fact remains that problem-solving is a complicated procedure that merits study. This 10 page paper explores information processing and memory in terms of problem solving. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Cognitive Processes Relating to Sensation and Perception and How They Affect Thinking
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This 7 page report discusses the fact that thinking, sensation, and perception are intimately linked and yet undeniably distinct from one another. One influences the other but one does not necessarily define the objective reality of the other. One of the most amazing examples is that in which an individual feels a great deal of pain in a leg or an arm that has actually been amputated from the personís body. Is the sensation or the perception any less real even though that person understands that the limb is no longer part of him or her? However, other examples are equally valid and briefly presented in the paper. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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