child development

Identify the components of the information processing theory described
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 as the child grows older.

can you help me find good information to answer theese please. I cannot find any?

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

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  2. i tried that i am having trouble rewording it

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  3. Take notes on what you read in Wikipedia and your text. Make sure you understand each sentence. Look up the meanings of any word you don't understand.

    Also be sure that your note answer the question.

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