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Samenvatting probleem 5 “Imagine This!”, blok 2.1

Een volledige en goede samenvatting van probleem 5: Imagine This! voor het vak “Cognitieve Psychologie: Thinking and Remembering” voor tweedejaarsstudenten van de Erasmus Universiteit te Rotterdam. De samenvatting bevat alle stof en is na werkgroepen altijd bijgeschreven. Vorig jaar heb ik dit jaar met een 8 gemiddeld behaald, dus mijn samenvattingen werken voor mij altijd erg goed. Ik heb ook een samenvatting van alle problemen voor dit blok op Stuvia staan voor maar 5,50.

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Cognitive Psychology
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