Cognitive processes


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Cognitive processes

Thought processes (i.e., reasoning, perception, judgment, memory).
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If the smallest blood vessels are damaged, this is detrimental to the ability to increase the blood supply to the brain when coping with demanding cognitive processes.
But here I want to take a different approach: not so much looking at definitions of intelligence itself, but rather looking at the cognitive processes that in some way or other contribute to the "composite" characteristics of intelligence.
The two new dimensions posited by Anderson and Krathwohl are: (1) knowledge (or the kind of knowledge to be learned), and (2) cognitive process (or the cognitive processes to be used in acquiring knowledge).
Before moving on to an overview of these processes, it is important to point out that, as the model focuses on cognitive processes, it pays less attention to content-related aspects, including teachers' use of historical terminology and metaconcepts, like causation, change over time, or empathy (for more information, see van Drie & van Boxtel, 2008).
Keywords: EFL writing, cognitive processes, analysis, grade VIII students, Indonesia.
Although retrospective recall data have provided incredible insight, the complexity of forecasters' decision processes means that the use of qualitative methods alone does not fully capture the intricate cognitive processes of forecasters.
"We're assessing cognitive processes. Specifically, we are studying concepts such as decision making and attention and impulsivity, and we're doing this with computer-based cognitive tests," said Marriott.
The theory was important for writing research because it emphasized the role that society and community play in writing, as well as the role of cognitive processes in writing.
Based on findings of cognitive science following the original publication, a later revision of the taxonomy changes the nomenclature and order of the cognitive processes in the original version.
Australian scientists at the Swinburne University of Technology have been investigating natural pharmacological remedies that may be effective in aiding the preservation of cognitive processes like memory, speech and reasoning.
Washington, July 15 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that Older people are nearly twice as likely as their younger counterparts to have their memory and cognitive processes impaired by environmental distractions (such as irrelevant speech or written words presented along with target stimuli).
This edition has been revised and updated to cover all areas of cognition, including perception, attention, memory, thinking, and language, as well as a new chapter on the effects of emotion on cognitive processes, and more on neuropsychological disorders and brain imaging.

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