Cognitive Psychology is a branch of psychology. Cognitive Psychology is the scientific study of the mind, specifically what the mind is and how it works. 
Cognitive Psychology involves the study of the way the mind becomes aware of something, by learning, remembering or thinking about certain information. 
What is cognitive psychology?
Cognitive psychology focuses on study of higher mental functions with particular emphasis on the ways in which people acquire knowledge and use it to shape and understand their experience in the world. This figures indicates key foci of cognitive psychology: 
- Information-Processing Stages
- Representation and Organization of Knowledge
- Complex Cognitive Skills
Experimental section that is largely subject to change in the future.
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Cognitive Psychology, Third Edition by E. Bruce Goldstein
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