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Factors Affecting Cognitive Intelligence Theory

Rita Kartika Sari, Any Sutiadiningsih, Herman Zaini, Fitria Meisarah, AA Hubur.

Abstract
Cognitive psychology is a branch of general psychology and includes scientific studies of the
symptoms of mental life in relation to the way humans think in gaining knowledge, processing impressions that
enter through the senses, problem solving, digging up memories of knowledge and work procedure needed in
everyday life. Mental life encompasses cognitive, affective, conative symptoms to some degree, namely
psychosomatic which cannot be clearly separated from one another. Therefore, cognitive psychology not only
explores the basis of typical cognitive symptom, but also from the affective (interpretation and consideration
that accompanies the feeling reaction), conative (will decision). Cognitive science explains the field of
psychological research that deals with cognitive process such as feeling, recollection, reasoning, disconnection
and problem solving, as well as avoiding overlapping knowledge that is interested in the process such as
philosophy. In computer science, the goal of studying cognitive psychology is to discover how information is
represented in the human mind. The central idea behind cognitive science is that human cognitive systems are
seen as giant computer that carries out complex calculation that can be broken down into simpler computations.
Therefore, human cognition can be analyzed at the level (hardware) or neurons and the level of mental
representation (software). Mental computation and the ideal level of analysis are cognitive.

Key words: intelligence, human cognition, cognitive psychology, cognitive intelligence, cognitive learning


 
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Rita Kartika Sari, Any Sutiadiningsih, Herman Zaini, Fitria Meisarah, AA Hubur. Factors Affecting Cognitive Intelligence Theory. JCR. 2020; 7(17): 402-410. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.56


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Rita Kartika Sari, Any Sutiadiningsih, Herman Zaini, Fitria Meisarah, AA Hubur. Factors Affecting Cognitive Intelligence Theory. JCR. 2020; 7(17): 402-410. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.56



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Rita Kartika Sari, Any Sutiadiningsih, Herman Zaini, Fitria Meisarah, AA Hubur. Factors Affecting Cognitive Intelligence Theory. JCR. (2020), [cited August 18, 2021]; 7(17): 402-410. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.56



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Rita Kartika Sari, Any Sutiadiningsih, Herman Zaini, Fitria Meisarah, AA Hubur (2020) Factors Affecting Cognitive Intelligence Theory. JCR, 7 (17), 402-410. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.56



Turabian Style

Rita Kartika Sari, Any Sutiadiningsih, Herman Zaini, Fitria Meisarah, AA Hubur. 2020. Factors Affecting Cognitive Intelligence Theory. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (17), 402-410. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.56



Chicago Style

Rita Kartika Sari, Any Sutiadiningsih, Herman Zaini, Fitria Meisarah, AA Hubur. "Factors Affecting Cognitive Intelligence Theory." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 402-410. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.56



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Rita Kartika Sari, Any Sutiadiningsih, Herman Zaini, Fitria Meisarah, AA Hubur. "Factors Affecting Cognitive Intelligence Theory." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.17 (2020), 402-410. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.56



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Rita Kartika Sari, Any Sutiadiningsih, Herman Zaini, Fitria Meisarah, AA Hubur (2020) Factors Affecting Cognitive Intelligence Theory. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (17), 402-410. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.56