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Name:Emily AvedianInstructions:Please type your name at the top of the document.For this text assignment, you are completing a definition chart of key terms from the Chapter 8 reading.Youare required to provide the book's definition for each key term, as well as your own paraphrased definition. Additionally, you are required to provide an example from the realworld that may illustrate this concept.If you are not able to provide an example, please use the internet to find a video, website, image, or other resource that would bevaluable at illustrating the concept, and upload the link to the chart below.Please type your answers inRedand save your completed document on your computer.Then,submit the completed assignment as per the instructions outlined on Canvas.Chapter 7 Text AssignmentTermBook DefinitionParaphrased DefinitionExample or Resource LinkCognitionCognition is thinking, and it encompasses theprocesses associated with perception, knowledge,problem solving, judgment, language, and memory.Cognition refers to all of the cognitive processes thatare involved in learning, remembering, and usingknowledge.The idea of metacognition is used to help studentsassess their learning and develop better learningstrategies.Mental ImageMental imagery enables us to reactivate andmanipulate internal representations when thecorresponding stimuli are absent.refer to representations and the accompanyingexperience of sensory information without a directexternal stimulus.Daydreaming and the mental visualization thatoccurs while reading a book.ConceptsConcepts are categories or groupings of linguisticinformation, images, ideas, or memories, such as lifeexperiences.Concepts are the building blocks of thoughts.Consequently, they are crucial to such psychologicalprocesses as categorization, inference, memory,learning, and decision-making.The concept apple ties together all knowledge wehave about apples in general, such as their typicalshapes and sizes, as well as what they can be usedfor (e.g., eating or throwing).Artificial ConceptsAn artificial concept, on the other hand, is a conceptthat is defined by a specific set of characteristics.Various properties of geometric shapes, like squaresand triangles, serve as useful examples of artificialconcepts.An artificial concept is a concept that is defined by aspecific set of characteristics.Various properties of geometric shapes, like squaresand triangles, serve as useful examples of artificialconcepts.Natural Concepts AKAPrototypesNatural concepts are created “naturally” throughyour experiences and can be developed from eitherdirect or indirect experiences.A concept that closely matches the definingcharacteristics of that concept.The concept of a "bird." Most people would agreethat a prototypical bird has certain features, such aswings, feathers, and the ability to fly.

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