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Memory. 2002 Sep-Nov;10(5-6):319-32.

Processing approaches to cognition: the impetus from the levels-of-processing framework.

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Department of Psychology, Washington University, St. Louis, MO 63105, USA. roediger@artsci.wustl.edu

Abstract

Processing approaches to cognition have a long history, from act psychology to the present, but perhaps their greatest boost was given by the success and dominance of the levels-of-processing framework. We review the history of processing approaches, and explore the influence of the levels-of-processing approach, the procedural approach advocated by Paul Kolers, and the transfer-appropriate processing framework. Processing approaches emphasise the procedures of mind and the idea that memory storage can be usefully conceptualised as residing in the same neural units that originally processed information at the time of encoding. Processing approaches emphasise the unity and interrelatedness of cognitive processes and maintain that they can be dissected into separate faculties only by neglecting the richness of mental life. We end by pointing to future directions for processing approaches.

PMID:
12396644
DOI:
10.1080/09658210224000144
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