Cognitive Processes

Cognitive Processes
   Differential Characteristics of Automatic Processes and Controlled Processes
   Automatic processes function rapidly and in parallel but suffer from inflexibility; controlled processes are flexible and versatile but operate relatively slowly and in a serial fashion. (Eysenck, 1982, p. 22)

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