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This addresses the sensing process, memory, and the medium.

In relation to the concept of thinking, define and explain: the sensing process, memory, and the medium.

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The sensing process is the process that we go through when the brain and nerves receive stimuli from our environment. The stimuli then triggers a series of reactions, emotions, thoughts, and ideas about the stimuli, and we further process the stimuli based on the information we have retrieved from it in the sensing process. In the sensing process, we also make associations between new and old situations that we are familiar with, from past experience.

Example of the sensing process:

You enjoy your iPod or your iPhone. You already have gained information and processed it through your normal sensing process based on experience with the product. A new version comes out, and you're eager to acquire one. You buy the newest version and open the box. You immediately begin to make ...

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The solution provides a detailed explanation with examples of the sensing process, memory, and the medium, in relation to the concept of thinking. References are also provided.

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