QuestionsCategory: Learning and TeachingExplain the thinking process in relation to cognitive information processing theory.
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There are four pillars of the cognitive information processing theory which are thinking, analysis of stimuli, situational modification, and obstacle evaluation. Thinking refers to perception produced by external stimuli. It involves the process of  encoding this information and storing the same in the way it has been perceived by one’s mind.   Read Full Lesson: Concept of Cognitive Information Processing Theory