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Posted by dawn on Friday, June 27, 2008 at 7:27pm.

Discusses the central executive, sensory register, working memory, and long-term memory
Reviews the relationship among the central executive, sensory register, working memory, and long-term memory
Details how sensation and perception, attention, working memory, and long-term memory develop as a child develops
Identify the components of the information processing theory described in the text.
Define the components and their functions.
Summarize the interrelationship among the components and explain what is needed
to move information through the model.
Explain how a child processes information and how the process changes or develops
as the child grows older.

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