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Cognitive Development vs. Intellectual Power

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Kim Marhoefer Willis

on 13 March 2015

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Transcript of Cognitive Development vs. Intellectual Power

Cognitive Development vs. Intellectual Power
Cognitive Development
The development of thought processes including:
Intellectual Power:
The result of
Cognitive Development
The ability to reason abstractly
The ability to profit from experience
The ability to adapt to varying environmental contexts
Remembering
Information Processing
Problem Solving
Decision Making
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