The examples of automatic processing include common activities such as speaking, walking, assembly-line work, bicycle riding and driving a car down a street. After practicing the activity sufficiently, one can then focus... More »

Data processing refers to the process of collecting and manipulating raw data to yield useful information. Data processing is also the conversion of raw data into machine-readable form and its subsequent processing by a ... More »

Manual data processing refers to data processing that requires humans to manage and process the data throughout its existence. Manual data processing utilizes non-technological tools, which include paper, writing utensil... More »

The information processing cycle refers to the order of events that go into processing information, including input, processing, storage and output. Input consists of acquiring, entering and validating the data, while ou... More »

Perceptual reasoning is a category of reasoning skills including nonverbal fluid reasoning, spatial processing and the visual perception. It is one of four reasoning groups tested by the Weschsler Intelligence Scale for ... More »

The definition of cognitive processes is the performance of a cognitive activity or a processing and movement that affects the mental contents of a person such as the process of thinking or the cognitive operation of rem... More »

The three steps of memory information processing are encoding, storage and retrieval. This information comes from the senses and takes many different forms such as images, sounds and meaning. More »