ABSTRACT. Stephan et al. note that modern cognitive neuroscience uses a variety of non-invasive techniques for measuring brain activity. Resnick and Resnick assert that information-processing theories of cognition analyze cognitive performances into complexes of rules, but that performances critically depend on interactions among those rules. According to Heirdsfield, emphasis should be placed on strategic flexibility and students' exploring, discussing, and justifying their strategies and solutions. Morgan and Morton argue that even when a subject is presented with a syllogism in which the terms are abstract symbols or concrete terms which have little importance, he has difficulty in selecting the correct conclusion.



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