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Presentation1 psycholiguistics

  1. 1. PSCHOLINGUISTICS __________________________ Manners of organizingthe concepts in the mind
  2. 2. Manners of organizing the concepts in the mind:A mind map is often created around a single word or text, placedin the center, to which associated ideas, words and concepts areadded.Concept can be many applications in personal, family, educational,and business situations, including note taking, brainstorming(wherein ideas are inserted into the map radically around thecenter node, without the implicit prioritization that comes fromhierarchy or sequential arrangements, and wherein grouping andorganizing is reserved for later stages), summarizing, as amnemonic technique, or to sort out a complicated idea. Mindmaps are also promoted as a way to collaborate in color pencreativity sessions.
  3. 3. Concept maps can as next:•problem solving•outline/framework design•structure/relationship representations•anonymous collaboration•marriage of words and visuals•individual expression of creativity•condensing material into a concise and memorableformat•team building or synergy creating activity•enhancing work morale
  4. 4. Conceptual manners of mind:-Are graphical tools for organizing and representing knowledge, itincludes concepts usually enclosed in circles or boxes, andrelationships between concepts indicate by a connected line, thegraphical representation helps to understand concepts and recalleasily. Conceptual maps are valuable source of organization.Where as in the mind we find the diagrams representing an ideas,tasks or other items linked to and arranged around a central keyword or idea, mind maps are used to generate visualize , structureand classifying the ideas and as an aid to study and organizinginformation , solving problem and discussions.
  5. 5. A concept map showing the key features of concept maps.Concept maps tend to be read progressing from the topdownward The category of the mind process in treating withinformation or the idea .
  6. 6. This is a scientific kind of arranging the data in mind, aswell a process of finding out the guidelines and theconclusion as well in processing a data in certain career.
  7. 7. Psychological Foundations of Concept manner:The question sometimes arises as to the origin of our firstconcepts. These are acquired by children during the ages of birthto three years, when they recognize regularities in the worldaround them and begin to identify language labels or symbols forthese regularities (Macnamara, 1982). This early learning ofconcepts is primarily a discovery learning process, where theindividual discerns patterns or regularities in events or objects andrecognizes these as the same regularities labeled by olderpersons with words or symbols.
  8. 8. A referring to the a long period of the acquiring the information,and how does it changes during the time and the developmentthat occurs in the perception

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