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Kellogg_c3 - Psychology 135 COGNITION(Van Selst Kellogg...

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Kellogg Chapter 3 Attention Van Selst / Cognition Psychology 135 COGNITION (Van Selst) Kellogg Chapter 3 ATTENTION "Only in the last 100 years has it been realized that human cognition could be the subject of scientific study rather than philosophical speculation" (Anderson, 1995).
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Kellogg Chapter 3 Attention Van Selst / Cognition Cognition The collection of mental processes and activities used in perceiving, learning, remembering, thinking, understanding, and the act of using those processes. The study of how people perceive, learn, remember, and think about information.
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