Abstract Representation

Abstract Representation

in cognitive theory, a mental representation of a stimulus in an abstract or essential form that is not tied to any one of its variable surface forms. For example, the letter A can be thought about at an abstract level with no reference to specific surface forms, such as a, A, or a. Compare concrete picture.

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