Strategies in Cognitive Development
What do we do with the encoded stumuli? How do we Process the information?
We use strategies to assist with mental tasks
Chunking (related tasks are put together)
Strategies: task specific operations used t
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What is Perception?
The process of interpreting and understanding sensory information
The act of sensing stimuli and then interpreting that information
How do we perceive?
First we perceive stimuli separate from the inherent characterist
What is memory?
Memory involves the process of:
Initial perception and registration of information
Retention of encoded information over time
Retention of the information already encoded
Components of EF
Have the ability to manage current or future tasks by:
Developing appropriate steps (ahead of ti
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Development Of Attention
Improves with age
Preschool children believed to learn because they attend to a stimuli
r epeatedly over time and begin to develop
Divided attention emerges between 2-4 years and drastically improves by age