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    My model of understanding for information processing is a board game. I took a few of my favorite boards games that I played numerous times growing up and I combined them into one game that depicts how I see information processing. Explanation of model: My model, a board game, is set up like a Shoots and Ladders board. The board as a whole represents the entire information process. There is a spinner for the board game and the spinner represents the stimulus in information processing. The spinner is spun when the information is starting to be processed. There are 5 different numbers on the spinner that represent the 5 senses of stimuli. The sensory memory is represented with the move that the player takes with the result of what was spun…

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    1- Do more searches of information for decision-making. 2- Communicate more with others. 3- Are more open-minded than others. 4- Enjoy deliberate intellectual activities. 5- Identify more deliberate causal links for others ' behavior. 6- Pay more attention to prices on their purchasing decisions. 7- Prefer written information to visual information. 8- Rarely influenced by others ' opinions (experts) (Del Hawkins et al., 2009). Prior to 1990, papers were examined as advertising effectiveness in…

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    Application The Cutting Edge Series guide for improving faculty engagement puts forth a five-step framework of recommendations including suggestions for both leadership and faculty members. For the application portion of this paper, this basic framework will be utilized for discussing specific applications for improving online SCIN 100 faculty engagement. Further, each recommendation to improve engagement will be rooted within specific learning principles as described in the Driscoll (2005)…

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    Describe the information-processing theory of cognitive development. According to K. Berger (2008), the information-processing theory is a “vew of cognition as comparable to the functioning of a computer and as best understood by analyzing each aspect o the functioning” (pg 310). The information-process are comprised of three important components, sensory memory, working memory, and long-term memory. The sensory memory is the component that allows stimulas information to be stored for a split…

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    4. Describe the development of your child’s memory, information processing and reasoning skills. Explain how these changes might be affecting your interactions with your child. Our child’s memory most likely began even before her language abilities became noticeable which is consistent with research (p. 154-155). I recall a time when I hid a ball from her in plain sight, but she just did not know where it went. However, when I tried this same experiment on her at the age of 12 months, she knew…

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    Walther was correct about not needing nonverbal cues to connect with someone new by using extended time in a friendship which helps evolve over text based messages. However, Joe and I didn’t meet online or through dating websites but we met through a friend over text messages. We communicated more throughout the day because out conversations took longer than face to face communicate. I felt like we were always communicating with one another but that is because of the term Walther used extended…

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    There are several theories that intend to explain personality development; however this study will concentrate on the psychodynamic (Frued), behavioral (Pavlov), and the phenomenological (Rogers) conceptual frameworks and how they influenced my overall psychological development. In addition, cognitive development theories of Piaget, Vygotsky, and the Information Processing Approach will be discussed. Finally, emotional development theories will be included on the concepts of infant’s emotion,…

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    Learning occurs in a variety of ways. In this paper I will address four theories (Behavioral, Social Cognitive, Information Processing, and Constructivism), and demonstrate how I have seen these theories represented in the classrooms I have worked, or during my K-12 experiences. Behavioral theory focuses on the external events or experiences as the cause of change in an individual’s behavior. In a preschool classroom I once worked, there was a student who would run around the classroom, climb on…

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    1) Entire set of data is a Table (or file) that describes an “Entity” 2) Every column represents some attribute of the entity (also called a Field or Data Element) 3) Each row is a “Record” in the table. Also called an “Instance.” 4) Primary Key: Every table/file must have attributes that can be used to uniquely identify any record in the table – Called the “Key” of the table/file 5) Foreign Key: One-to-Many or Many-to-Many relationships, to track relationships b. The problems of file processing…

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    Cognitive Information Processing examines age-related changes on what people know, how they know it, and the type of storage associated with the learning. Restak (2006) explained that one of the focuses of Cognitive Information Processing is to examine to storing and the recalling of information (p. 4). Actions include looking at various aspects of classroom instruction and identify how teaching styles, and strategies and affect memory, and the overall learning process. However, the…

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