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Suppose that you are accustomed to a certain bus stopping on a specific corner near your college campus. A bus stops, and you â??recognizeâ? it to be the customary bus; you fail to notice that the side of the bus has a totally different company name. How is this an example of top-down processing? What would be different if it were bottom-up processing?

The application of these processing systems in our daily life situations.

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Suppose you are accustomed to a certain bus stopping on a specific corner near your college campus. A bus stops, and you recognize it to be the customary bus; you fail to notice that the side of the bus has a totally different company name. How is this an example of top-down processing? What would be different if it were bottom-up processing? The application of these processing systems in our daily life situations.

* Top-down or schema-driven data processing is directed by high cognition and goals, which extract from stored memory or knowledge, outlook, intention, or experience for comprehension of observation.

Although the topic may be subjective, the application of Top-up processing in a daily life situation may include (see below for the first example, as it's woven in between the first Bottom-up example):

Another may be from seeing the words: THE CHT
"Even though the second ...

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