Basic Psychological Processes-Defined Megan Anderson-School Psychologist Keely Swartzer-Special Education Coordinator



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Working memory-impacts

  • Difficulty with:
    • Language development
    • Phonological and visual-spatial coding
    • Following oral multi-step directions
    • Rote memorization
    • Sequencing or ordering items presented once
    • Comprehension activities (summarizing, predicting, recalling facts)
    • Note taking and copying (due to divided attention)

Visual processing

Visual and auditory processing-NEW

  • Definition of visual processing: “An individual’s ability to perceive, analyze, synthesize, manipulate and think about visual patterns and the ability to form and store a mental representation of an image, visual shape, or configuration over at least a few seconds and then recall it later.”



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