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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on July 2, 2001 21:32:46 UTC


My answers to your questions!

1) A person's shortterm memory is stored and recalled by (SC or CS)? "SC"

2) A person's longterm memory is stored and recalled by? "SC"

3) Math computation and theorem/lemma creation is done by? "SC"

4) Reading and writing is done by? "SC"

5) Analytical thinking is done by? "SC"

6) Just receiving perceptions of the world is done by? "SC"

7) Making some sense of the perceptions of the world is done by? "SC"

8) Spoken language is done by? "SC"

9) Conducting an experimental observation within science is done by? "SC"

10) Devising an experiment for later observation is done by? "SC"

11) Reviewing test results of a previous completed experiment is done by? "SC"

12) Learning is done by? "SC"

13) An 'eureka moment' is an experience of? "SC"

At this point, I know you are asking "just exactly what does "CS" do?" "CS" can only comprehend a few concepts and maybe one or two relationships. Essentially "SC" presents a story to "CS" which "CS" can either believe or doubt: i.e., tag as reliable or unreliable. "SC" remembers where the tags are placed. "SC" also remembers the story.

>>>Here are some true (T) and false (F) questions that I would like you to answer:Ideally I would like to learn exactly where and when you would label something 'SC' or 'CS' and how exactly you would decide which is which.

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