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According top information-processing researchers, the three functions that the brain must complete to process new information are
a. identifying, attending, and locating
b. focusing, identifying, and learning
c. manipulating, mastering, and remembering
d. exploring, classifying, and memorizing

Please help..thank you.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_processing_theory

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    Is it possible that the correct answer may be (d)?

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    Yes, I think that's the answer -- or it could be c. What does your text say?

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