Around the same time, the idea that the computer could act as a model of thought was gaining popularity . Putting these two concepts together naturally suggests an approach to psychology based on a computational theory of mind.
By the end of the 1960s, cognitive psychology had emerged as a branch of psychology concerned with explaining cognitive function in information-processing terms, and ultimately relying on the computer as a metaphor for cognition.
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