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Cognitive psychology involves the study of cognitive process, such as acquiring, storing, retrieving, and using information
A prototype is an example the embodies the most common and typical feature if a concept
An archetype is an inherited tendency to respond to universal human situations in particular ways
Heuristics are rule of thumb derived from experience
Framing refers to the way information is presented so as to emphasize either a potential gain or a potential loss as the outcome
Intuition is defined as rapidly informed judgments based on gut feeling or instincts in decision making
The confirmation bias is the tendency to selectively pay attention to information the confirms preexisting beliefs and ignore data the contradict them
Intelligence is a multifaceted construct that assesses an individual’s ability to understand complex ideas learn from experience and overcome obstacles by taking thought
There are many difference types of intelligence such as General intelligence Emotional intelligence Creative intelligence Practical intelligence
Human development also call developmental psychology , is the scientific study of how humans grow, develop, and change throughout the lifespan
Piaget suggested that children pass through four stage of cognitive development
Piaget first stage of cognitive development occurs during infanc
This first stage, call the sensorimotor stage, involves object permanence, or the realization the objects includes people continue to exits even when they are of sight
Piaget second stage occurs during early childhood, from 2-7
This second stage, call the preoperational stage involves egocentrism or the belief the everyone sees what the child sees feels what the child feels and think what the child thinks preoperational
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