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Essentials of Psychology: Concepts and Applications 5th Edition

Essentials of Psychology: Concepts and Applications (5th Edition)

Book Edition5th Edition
Author(s)Nevid
ISBN9781305964150
PublisherCengage
SubjectPsychology
Section 7.2: Language
The Brain Loves a Puzzle
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THINKING CRITICALLY ABOUT PSYCHOLOGY
Chapter 7, Section 7.1, Recite It, Exercise 1
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Define thinking.

 

Psychologists generally define thinking as the mental (a) ________ and (b) ________ of information. 

Define thinking.

 

Psychologists generally define thinking as the mental (a) ________ and (b) ________ of information. 

Here is a tip:

The description of a concept, object, place, or event that could be abstract or concrete.

Explanation

The mental process is the process that requires individuals to form psychological associations to the ideas of the world. Moreover, it requires the individual to represent these ideas through their perspective and understanding. This representation occurs by the process of building thoughts regarding the ideas or concepts.

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  • Representation

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