cognitive psychology

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cog·ni·tive psy·chol·o·gy

a branch of psychology that attempts to integrate into a whole the disparate knowledge from the subfields of perception, learning, memory, intelligence, and thinking.
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cognitive psychology

The study of the processes of reasoning and decision making.
See also: psychology
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