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Cognitive Psychology: The Science of How We Think
Cognitive psychology is the study of how we think, remember, decide, and perceive. Learn more about how we acquire, process, and store information.
Cognitive Psychology - About.com
Cognitive psychology is an area that looks at "interior" states including thought, motivation, attention, problem-solving and decision-making. Explore some of the  ...
What Is Social Cognition? - Psychology - About.com
Definition: Social cognition is a sub-topic of social psychology that focuses on how people process, store, and apply information about other people and social  ...
Overview of Cognitive Psychology Video
Cognitive psychology is the study of mental events such as memory, attention, and decision making. Learn more about cognitive psychology with this brief ...
What Is Cognition? - Psychology - About.com
Cognition refers to all of the mental activities that are involved in learning, remembering, and using knowledge.
Careers in Cognitive Psychology - Areas, Salary & More
Cognitive psychology is concerned with how people acquire, process and store information. Major areas of interest in cognitive psychology include language, ...
Cognitive Dissonance: How It Influences Behavior - Psychology
Do you ever feel uncomfortable when your beliefs don't match up with reality? Psychologists refer to this phenomenon as cognitive dissonance.
Cognitive Development During the Preoperational Stage - Psychology
The play years coincide with what Piaget dubbed the preoperational stage of development. Learn more about the cognitive development of children at this age .
Psychology Theories (Cognitive, Behavioral & More)
Many of today's understanding of psychology comes from specific psychology theories. Some of these theories have fallen out of favor, while others remain ...
What Is a Cognitive Bias? - Psychology - About.com
Cognitive biases influence how we think and can lead to errors in decisions and judgments. How do these biases work? What impact do they have? Learn more.
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