Information Processing Theory

The Information Processing Theory is a cognitive theory that views the human mind as a processor of information, similar to a computer. It posits that individuals receive, interpret, store, and retrieve information through a series of mental processes. This theory focuses on how learners encode, process, and organize information, highlighting factors such as attention, perception, memory, and problem-solving in learning.

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