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Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence

March 28, 2012

Fluid and Crystallized intelligence are factors of general intelligence. Basically, fluid intelligence is the ability of an individual to find the meaning in confusion and solve new problems. As for the crystallized intelligence, this is the ability of an individual to use skills, knowledge and experience. Both factors of general intelligence are important but they […]

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Three Changes in Attention, Memory and Perception

March 28, 2012

Aging brings consistent changes that affect human attention, memory, and perception. Basically, changes lead to the deterioration of attention, memory and perception. First of all, it should be said that the attention of individuals declines and they cannot always focus on the specific subject or action they are performing (Ayers and Reder, 1998). For instance, […]

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Three Myths about Attention, Memory and Perception

March 28, 2012

Attention, memory and perception are closely intertwined but often have an erroneous view on them because of the lack of knowledge of actual facts and scientific findings concerning attention, memory and perception. One of the most widely-spread myths is the belief that people can remember all the materials equally. In actuality, this is not true […]

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