cognitive orientation

cognitive orientation

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the ability to identify person, place, and time accurately. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Thus, if words related with cognitivism appear with a high frequency relative to words related with behaviorism in a set of books, those books may tend to have a cognitive orientation.
Covered are students' motivations for such a choice, changes in their sense of self, relationships, religious and civic perspectives, general cognitive orientation, and future plans.
Another so-called cognitive orientation holds that the music contains expressive properties (for example via resemblances to human emotional behaviors--contours, rhythms, timbres), which the listener understands (or decodes) but does not feel.
Identifying four core Native-American values that are particularly relevant to the ecological crisis, the discussion turns to Native holistic thinking and Euro- American systems thinking in order to examine ways in which English might be deliberately used to encourage students to adopt a more eco-friendly, holistic cognitive orientation toward human-environmental relationships.
Excluded were teens experiencing suicidal ideation, abnormal vital signs, insufficient cognitive orientation, and several other conditions.
The Cognitive Orientation to Daily Occupational Performance Model (CO-OP) (Missiuna et al, 2001) is a particularly useful tool in interventions such as these.
Any cognitive orientation toward nature is interconnected with how the metaphysical structure of nature itself is understood.
In the Star, the normative dimensions were not as apparent and a cognitive orientation to disappointment took precedence.
Counselors may choose to match a client's preferred cognitive orientation to establish rapport or to mismatch that preference in order to promote developmental change to new orientations and new ways of constructing meaning.
The presence of family members might temporarily improve the cognitive orientation of a resident, particularly in the early stages of dementia.
Regrettably, a great deal of a cognitive orientation seems to be derived from traditional dualistic preconceptions of the culture, as evidenced by the concepts of folk psychology.

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