Knowing, or apprehending by the understanding; as, cognitive power.
Brain function related to sense perception and understanding.
Refers to the process of thought, or thinking.
(Cog) Quitting (ABC model) - This is the method I used to quit smoking. Basically it taught me how to retrain my brain so that I no longer think of cigs as the answer to life's stresses. It is the reason I feel secure (for the first time) in this quit.
Pertaining to thoughts or thinking. Cognitive disorders are disorders of thinking, for example, schizophrenia. See also: Treatment
Relating to developmental area that involves thinking skills.
having the mental ability to be aware of objects, thoughts and perceptions, including all aspects of perceiving, thinking, and remembering.
of, relating to, or being conscious intellectual activity (as thinking, reasoning, remembering, imagining, or learning words)
Relating to or involving the act or process of knowing, which includes awareness, judgement, perception, reasoning, and conceiving.
Having to do with awareness of perception, reasoning, intuition, and memory.
to think, to use your brain - something that isn't done too often nowadays
having to do with the mental processes of knowing, being aware, having perceptions, reasoning, and the ability to make judgments
Having to do with a person's thoughts, beliefs, and mental processes including intelligence.
brain functions related to sense perception or understanding.
the mental, conscious act or process by which knowledge or understanding is acquired.
cognition, the act or faculty of knowing, the product of this act a perception or insight.
The process involved in knowing, or the act of knowing, which in its completeness includes perception and judgment.
A term that describes the process people use for remembering, reasoning, and/or understanding.
Pertaining to the mental processes of perception, memory judgment and reasoning.
Awareness with perception, reasoning and judgement, intuition, and memory; The mental process by which knowledge is acquired.
Pertaining to the act or processes of knowing and perceiving. Most aesthetic theories argue that art is not a matter of mere decoration because of its various appeals to the various cognitive faculties of the mind.
relating to or involving the act or process of knowing, including both awareness and judgement. Cognition is characterized by the following: attention, language/symbols, judgement, reasoning, memory, problem-solving.
From the Latin cogito; "I think". The mental processes of perception, memory, judgment, and reasoning. Cognitive also refers to attempts to identify a perspective or theory in contrast to emphasizing observable behavior.
Pertaining to the mental processes of perceiving, thinking, and remembering; used loosely to refer to intellectual functions as opposed to physical functions.
Relating to thought or thought processes.
A term which refers to reasoning or intellectual capacity.
Relating to perception, judgment, memory and reasoning.
having to do with the mental functioning of humans, including those activities involved in perception, problem solving, information processing, understanding, and logical thought processes.
Term that describes processes of knowing, such as reasoning, remembering, understanding, and using judgment.
Having to do with functions of knowing, including reasoning ability, memory retrieval, and perception.
Refers to cognition, the mental process of knowing and understanding.
Refers to the mental process of comprehension, judgment, memory, and reasoning, in contrast to emotional and volitional processes. Contrast with conative.
related to thinking
Relating to a person's ability to be aware, to think and make sense of what is happening around them. This includes utilising perceptions, recognition, conceiving, judging, sensing, reasoning and imagining.
Pertaining to how people understand and acquire knowledge.
Relating to the thought process.
Intellectual Functioning. How a student reasons and processes information. Problem solving, concept formation (measured by most tests of general intelligence.
Refers to the ability to think, learn and remember.
a term that describes the process people use for remembering, reasoning, understanding, and using judgment; in special education terms, a cognitive disability refers to difficulty in learning.
Relating to cognition, the mental processes involved in the gathering, organization, and use of knowledge, including such aspects as awareness, perception, reasoning, and judgement. The term refers to any mental "behaviors" where the underlying characteristics are abstract in nature and involve insight, expectancy, complex rule use, imagery, use of symbols, belief, intentionality, problem-solving, and so forth.
Cognitive refers to the mental process by which knowledge is acquired and used.
pertaining to functions of the brain such as thinking, learning, and processing information
archaeology the study of past ways of thought and symbolic structures from material remains
an adjective referring to the processes of thinking, learning, perception, awareness, and judgment.
of or related to the mental process of knowing, including aspects such as awareness, perception, reasoning and judgment
the mental processess by which knowledge is aquired. These include perception, reasoning, acts of creactivity, problem-solving, and possibly intuition.
Relating mental awareness and judgment.
Pertaining to cognition, the process of being aware, knowing, thinking, learning and judging.
Pertaining to the mental process of thought, including perception, reasoning, intuition and memory.