Dynamic- system theorists take to heart the concept of integrating the good from a multiple of supported ideas including parts of theories like the information-processing. Many consider dynamic-systems theory simply as a branch off of information-processing theory, developing a modern method by which we may observe and understand development, yet generally staying within the information- processing analytical framework. By taking a more eclectic approach to the cognitive development conundrum dynamic system theorists showcase the complex correlation between the different aspects that affect cognitive development instead of focusing on a specific section, and give us a broader picture. According to dynamic- system theorists it is this variety of facets working together that leads to cognitive development- the interaction between language, memory, emotions, attention, motor activity and perception.




















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