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Theoretical minimum in Thinking Ordering


Cognitive psychology (definition) Human intellect (definition) Artificial intellect (definition) Cognitive psychology is a psychological paradigm which is studying the processing of information that intervenes between a stimulus and a response. Mind, thinking, rationality. Definition: the capacity of thinking, of knowing, of having a rational activity, of operating with notions. Definition: a subject of research in the area of informatics/ a product resulted from this activity; : a machine that acts in a certain way as it could be considered intelligent, if it was a human being. Examples: - Deep Blue (an IBM computer that plays chess) - Optical character recognition (automatic recognition of handwriting) Definition: intelligence regarding the ability of communication and expression, ability to give overtone, order and rhythm to words. Examples: - Intelligence specific to writers - People who learn foreign languages easily Definition: the ability of interpret and use nonverbal signals in interpersonal relationships and in business, in order to evaluate and influence others Examples: - Human resources specialists - Psychological therapist

Verbal intellect (definition, examples)

Nonverbal intellect (definition, examples)

Abstract thinking Definition: abstract thinking is a level of thinking about things (definition, that is removed from the facts of the here and now, and from corresponding Jung type) specific examples of the things or concepts being thought about. Corresponding Jung type: Intuitive. Concrete thinking Literal thinking that is focused on the physical world. (definition, Concrete thinking is concerned with what is right in front of me. corresponding Jung type) Corresponding Jung type: Sensoring Extravert People who turn their attention to the outside world, who (short description) are sociable and open They love attention, talk very much, enjoy long meaningless conversations, crowded places, parties, they

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Introvert (short description)

Information channels of a human (enumerate, give short description) Stimulus intensity Stimulus modality Perception (definition)

Attention (definition)

Types of memory

Consciousness (definition)

need to be around people in order to recharge their batteries People who are focused, concerned or obsessed with their own interior feelings and experiences They do not like to draw attention, they listen more than talk, they enjoy meaningful deep conversations, spending time with their families, reading books, generally spending time alone Channels: visual, audial, kinesthetic (taste, smell) Visual: pictures, shapes, paintings Kinesthetic: gestures, body movements, position Audial: listening, rhythms, songs Characteristic of stimulus which influences the rate at which learning occurs. Characteristic of stimulus which represents what is perceived after a stimulus. Definition: the organization, identification, and interpretation of sensory information in order to represent and understand the environment. Definition: the cognitive process of selectively concentrating on one aspect of the environment while ignoring other things. Attention has also been referred to as the allocation of processing resources. Sensory memory holds sensory information for a few seconds or less after an item is perceived. Short-term memory allows recall for a period of several seconds to a minute without rehearsal. Long-term memory can store much larger quantities of information for potentially unlimited duration (sometimes a whole life span). Its capacity is immeasurably large. Consciousness refers to an individuals awareness of his/ hers unique thoughts, memories, feelings, sensations and environment.