Definition of Episodic Buffer

Definition of Episodic Buffer Episodic Buffer The definition of episodic buffer refers to a limited-capacity system that is capable of binding information from the subsidiary systems and from long-term memory into a unitary episodic representation.   References Sternberg, R. Sternberg, K & Mio, J. (2012). Attention. Cognitive Psychology (6t ed.). Mason, Ohio: Cengage.          …

Definition of Encoding in Psychology

Definition of Encoding in Psychology Encoding in Psychology The definition of encoding in psychology refers to how you transform a physical, sensory input into a kind of representation that can be placed into memory.   References Sternberg, R. Sternberg, K & Mio, J. (2012). Attention. Cognitive Psychology (6t ed.). Mason, Ohio: Cengage.            

Definition of Emotional Intelligence

Definition of Emotional Intelligence Emotional Intelligence The definition of emotional intelligence refers to the ability to perceive and express emotion, assimilate emotion in thought, understand and reason with emotion, and regulate emotion in the self and others.   References Sternberg, R. Sternberg, K & Mio, J. (2012). Attention. Cognitive Psychology (6t ed.). Mason, Ohio: Cengage….

Global Workspace Theory of Consciousness

Global Workspace Theory of Consciousness Consciousness is a concept that contains a multitude of various theories and concepts associated with awareness and attention (Sternberg, Sternberg, & Mio, 2012). Consciousness, when formulated with attention consists of two moderate sets that overlap and encompass casual roles in cognition. This overlapping in cognition consists of three purposes, which include…

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation

Comparison of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation Motivation is not only essential to human behavior, but is also relevant to what motivates individuals to change certain positive or negative behaviors (Repovich, 2014). Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation are important components to human motivation and explore human motivation for particular activities (Repovich, 2014). Researcher Wendy Repovich (2014) categorizes…

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