Cognitivism refers to the general term for approaches to theories of learning concerned with such intellectual events as problem solving, information processing, thinking, and imagining. Moreover, Cognitisn refers to the theoretical perspective that seeks to explain behavior in terms of processes that occur inside the mind; the belief that much of human behavior can be understood in terms of how people think. (see also Behaviorism)

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