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Cognitivism by Mind Map: Cognitivism

1. 1) What is Cognitivimo

1.1. Cognitivism is a psychological theory whose object of study is how the mind interprets, processes and stores information in memory. In other words, it is interested in the way the human mind thinks and learns.

2. 2) Origin of cognitivism

2.1. Classical cognitivism began in 1956 with the notion that all information-processing systems, including the human brain, share the same principles. Based on the analogy between the computer and the brain, it was considered appropriate to study the mind as if it were software.

3. 4)School of cognitivism (authors

3.1. Los principales exponentes de la psicología cognitiva son Alan Baddeley, Frederic Bartlett, Donald Broadbent, Jerome Bruner, Vittorio Guidano, Hermann Ebbinghaus, George A. Miller, Ulric Neisser, David Rumelhart, Herbert Simon, Endel Tulving, Robert L

4. 5)Famous writings of cognitivism

4.1. 1) Festinger`s = Cognitive dissonance theory. 2)Bruner`s = Cognitive constructivist 3 ) Spiro`s = Cognitive flexibility . 4 ) Piagest`s = Theory of individual cognitive development.

5. 3) Characteristics of cognitivism

5.1. Knowledge for cognitivism is functional. Through it you can develop plans and set goals, reducing negative consequences. Focuses on the mental processes of learning and how they are stored in memory

6. 6)Revolutionary Cognitivism

6.1. The cognitive revolution is the name given to the shift from behaviorism to cognitivism as a paradigm of the experimental psychology community in the United States during the 1950s.