Automatic processing activity

IB Psychology: Automatic processing activity

One of the assumptions of the cognitive approach is that humans are information processors. When discussing how we process information, psychologists differentiate between automatic processing and conscious processing. Automatic processing is what psychologists call processing of information that guides behaviour, but without conscious awareness, and without interfering with other conscious activity that may be going...


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