The cognitive revolution refers to a shift in the field of psychology during the 1950s from behaviorist approaches to a focus on the mind. This shift marked the beginning of cognitive psychology and of research that aimed to reveal the inner workings of the human (and animal) mind rather than solely studying behavioral output and environmental input. The information-processing approach was one school of thought that arose during the cognitive revolution which posits that the human brain processes information in a way that is not unlike a computer.

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