Observing what the brain does, as reflected in the way we seem to think, is Psychology.
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The most recent Educational Psychology concerning how we think is based upon observation, and on the projection of certain skills that seem useful to ideas about how we think, particularly in the academic areas. It is helpful to note that Dr. Guilford worked out a midel by which we can discuss the concepts concerned with the process on learning and responding. His cube is more a model for discussion, but it nevertheless has analogy with the KOFH Theory presented here.

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Guilford's model for intellect: A Cube
guilford's cube in the head
This suggests that we think thinking has cubic significance.

But, as the graphic to the right demonstrates, Guilford is not alone in supporting the KOFH Educational Universal concept of a mental software phenomenology. Click on the sketch on the right for more collateration from respected philosophers in the last century.


The cubic model of the physiology that shows the 12 pairs of Cranial Nerve Inputs surrounding the center piece implies the terminal points in the brain for these signals into our mind.
Those terminal points are actually the Twelve (12) Cortex Functional Areas that process the incoming information.