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'''Associative processes''' are those that lead to the development or maintenance of cognitive connections (associations) between events, behavior, feelings, thoughts, etc. These may result from functional relationships or [[cues]] such as similarity-contrast or spatial-temporal contiguity
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'''Associative processes''' are those that lead to the development or maintenance of cognitive connections ([[associations]]) between events, [[behavior]], [[feelings]], [[thoughts]], etc. These may result from functional relationships or [[cues]] such as similarity-contrast or spatial-temporal contiguity
   
 
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Associative processes are those that lead to the development or maintenance of cognitive connections (associations) between events, behavior, feelings, thoughts, etc. These may result from functional relationships or cues such as similarity-contrast or spatial-temporal contiguity

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