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These are closely related to the problems noted by the[snip]
psychologist Reuven Feuerstein as characteristic of the
deprived individual. He divides cognition into input,
elaboration, output. He characterizes the problems
A. Input phase
i. Blurred and sweeping perception
ii. Unplanned, impulsive and usystematic exploratory
iii. Lack or, or impaired, receptive verbal tools
and concepts which affect discrimination.
iv. Lack of, or
impaired need for, precision and accuracy.
v. Lack or, or
impaired use or, two sources of information.
B. Elaboration phase
i. Inadequacy in experiencing the existe of, and in
subsequently defining, an actual problem.
ii. Inability to
select relevant as opposed to irrelevant cues in defining a
iii. Lack of, or impaired, spontaneous comparative
iv. Lack or, or impaired, iteriorization.
(ability to abstract and use information in mental acts, is
limited. Perceived experiences are usually concrete in
v. Lack of, or impaired, planning behavior.
C. Output phase This affect the ability to communicate results.