A. Both the brain and the computer consist of millions components yet the behaviour of compute can be understood by studying the programs that run them.
B. A useful account of human behaviour is considered possible by using terms abstract enough to transcend to transcend the operation of the brain’s approximately 180 billion nerve cells.
C. From the human information-processing perspective, information delivered to the senses is translated into a cognitive code.
D. Two types of processing which is conscious, and controlled processing which in unconscious.