Cognitive Theories: Analysis & Critical

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1. Levels of Comprehension

1.1. literal

1.1.1. repeat

1.1.2. key words

1.1.3. direct

1.2. inferential

1.2.1. meaning

1.2.2. predicting

1.2.3. drawing conlusions

1.3. evaluative

1.3.1. analyze

1.3.1.1. prove/justify

1.3.2. judge

1.3.2.1. credibility

1.3.3. critique

1.4. appreciative

1.4.1. why

1.4.2. understand authors POV

1.4.3. hidden messages

1.4.4. tone

2. Bloom's Taxonomy

2.1. remembering

2.1.1. identify

2.1.2. facts

2.2. understanding

2.2.1. summarizing

2.2.2. explaining

2.2.3. grouping

2.3. applying

2.3.1. demonstrating

2.3.2. solving

2.3.3. using

2.4. analyzing

2.4.1. comparing

2.4.2. contrasting

2.4.3. taking a part

2.5. evaluating

2.5.1. judging

2.5.2. deciding

2.5.3. proving

2.6. creating

2.6.1. designing

2.6.2. changing

3. Perry's Scheme

3.1. dualism

3.1.1. knowledge received

3.2. multiplicity

3.2.1. more than one solution

3.2.1.1. opinion matters

3.2.2. no solution

3.3. relativism

3.3.1. contextual

3.3.2. evaluate viewpoints

3.3.2.1. based on evidence

3.4. commitment with relativism

3.4.1. integration of knowledge

3.4.1.1. other sources

3.4.1.2. personal experience

3.4.2. important values

3.4.2.1. stay committed

4. Cognitive Biases

4.1. anchoring

4.1.1. believe first thing

4.2. availability heuristic

4.2.1. overestimating

4.2.2. overthinking

4.3. bandwagon effect

4.3.1. following others

4.3.2. most popular

4.4. blind spot

4.4.1. believing yourself only

4.4.2. not looking at other opinions

4.5. choice supportive

4.5.1. ours are better

4.5.2. ignore the flaws

4.6. clustering illusion

4.6.1. random events

4.6.2. patterns

4.7. conservatism

4.7.1. use old evidence

4.7.2. ignore new info

4.8. information

4.8.1. more info x doesnt matter

4.9. ostrich effect

4.9.1. ignoring bad info

4.10. outcome bias

4.10.1. judging a decision

4.10.2. what will come

4.10.3. not on quality

4.11. recency

4.11.1. favors recent events

4.11.2. ignores older events

4.12. salience

4.12.1. influential

4.12.2. focus on easy

4.13. selective perception

4.13.1. what we want to hear

4.13.2. opinions influence

4.14. survivor ship

4.14.1. focus past successes

4.14.2. misjudge situations

4.15. zero risk

4.15.1. ignore probabiltity

4.15.2. certainty