Simply, this perspective is defined as how humans process information and think about the world around them. An example of the cognitive perspective is Bruner's and Goodman's study which showed that a quarter can be percieved differently, based on the cognitive perspective of who is being tested. A poor child viewed a quarter as being much larger, while a privileged child viewed the quarter as being small.
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