describes the way information is processed in the brain with such functions as judgment, memory, perception, etc.
An intellectual process resulting in an understanding, perception, or awareness of oneâ€(tm)s ideas.
An intellectual process by which one becomes aware of, perceives or comprehends ideas. It involves all aspects of perception, thinking, reasoning and remembering.
the word cognitive is used to describe mental activities such as thinking, learning and remembering. Thus, somebody with normal cognitive function can perform these activities to a good standard.
To do with thought processes and intellectual functions such as memory, problem solving, goal setting rather than the emotions.
higher mental function, involving thinking, knowing, learning or judging.
The mental process of knowing, thinking, learning, and judging.
The process a person uses to think. Good cognitive function allows a person to transform a thought into an action. Examples of cognitive function are identifying situations, coordinating actions, making decisions, and planning. Sometimes people with MS experience a loss in cognitive function, either occasionally or on an ongoing basis.
How attitudes influence our thoughts.