information processing


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1.Interpreting incoming information (stimulus) to make a response suitable within the context of an objective, problem, or situation.
2.Alternative term for electronic data processing.

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  • When you are starting out on a new project you will need to be good at the information processing to help predict your best path.

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  • You should try to be as good as you can at information processing so that you know how to adapt to new info quickly.

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  • He was really good at information processing and it would only take him a little bit of time to figure out exactly what we needed.

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