cognitive processes

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The broad range of mental activities, including perception, learning, memory, thinking, information processing, and reasoning, that involve the interpretation of stimuli and the organization of thoughts and ideas. These processes have relevance to the attitudes of potential customers and their evaluation of the flow of information provided for them by advertising and other communications seeking to persuade them to make purchases. See also human information processing.

Subjects: Business and Management.

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