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The process of knowing. Cognition includes both awareness and judgment.
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The mental process of thinking, learning, remembering, being aware of surroundings, and using judgment.
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 Processes of knowing, including attending, remembering, and reasoning; also the content of the processes, such as concepts and memories.
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mid-15c., "ability to comprehend," from Latin cognitionem (nominative cognitio) "a getting to know, acquaintance, knowledge," noun of action from past participle stem of cognoscere [..]
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1. (consumer behavior definition) The sum total of an individual's beliefs, attitudes, perceptions, needs, goals, and learned reactions about some aspect of the individual's world. A cognition is the pattern of meaning of a thing. 2. (consumer behavior definition) The mental processes of interpretation and decision making, including the b [..]
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the psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning (cognitive) of or being or relating to or involving cognition; "cognitive psychology"; "cogniti [..]
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The process of receiving, processing, storing, and using information.
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Mental or thought processes including perception, memory, judgement, reasoning etc. (See also Wikipedia definition)
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Brain function involving memory, decision making, and temporal awareness; problem solving capacity of the brain. © Nature Education
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Human thought processes including perception, reasoning, and remembering.
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The processes in the minds of animals or their general mental functions, including perception, representation, and memory. cohesion
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All the mental activities associated with thinking, knowing, and remembering. As you can tell, any of your ideas, thoughts, memories, etc., are all types of cognitive processes. What you are doing (re [..]
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Mental abilities of knowing, perceiving, and understanding.
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The mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience and the senses.
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The process of knowing; of being aware of thoughts.  The ability to reason and understand.
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Cognition can be defined as "the act or process of knowing in the broadest sense; specifically, an intellectual process by which knowledge is gained from perception or ideas" (Webster's [..]
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Cognition refers to the mental operations involved in thinking. CLIL is said to promote cognitive skills which challenge learners. In addition to concrete thinking skills such as remembering, identifying comparing, contrasting and defining, those needed for academic, abstract thinking are also developed, such as reasoning, creative thinking and eva [..]
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(n) the psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning
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Cognition means acquiring knowledge of the objective world. The central concept in the Marxist understanding of Cognition is practice, which is the criterion of truth for Marxism. While the objective [..]
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Cognition refers to conscious mental activities: thinking, understanding, learning, and remembering. Source: Merriam-Webster
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The conscious process of knowing or being aware of thoughts or perceptions, including understanding and reasoning. [Click Here to Return to List]
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The understanding and awareness of a concept or an object.
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Cognition refers to the mental functions associated with thinking.
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Cognition ...
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A term that describes the process people use for remembering, reasoning, understanding, and judgement.
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The processes of human or animal thought. The acquisition, understanding, representation and manipulation of knowledge. See also cognitive science, sensation, perception.
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mental process of thought; includes brain functions like attention, memory, planning, developing strategies, and problem solving.
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Intellectual or mental process whereby an organism becomes aware of or obtains Knowledge.
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has come to be used as a general term for information processing. This broad definition means that sensory organs such as eyes and ears, emotions such as shame and desire, physiologically based drives [..]
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Intellectual or mental process whereby an organism becomes aware of or obtains knowledge.
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The process of acquiring knowledge, including perception, intuition, and reasoning.
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Operation of the mind which includes all aspects of perceiving, thinking, learning, and remembering.
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Cognitive processes. knowing, and the ways in which it takes place. Processes said to be cognitive are often varieties of behavior that need not be manifested as movements and therefore must be measur [..]
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The process or processes by which an organism gains knowledge or becomes aware of events or objects in its environment and uses that knowledge for comprehension and problem-solving.
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The mental process of thinking, learning, remembering, being aware of surroundings, and using judgment.
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Refers to mental processes such as consciousness, intelligence, self-awareness, thought, and decision making. See sentience.
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High level functions carried out by the human brain, including comprehension and use of speech, visual perception and construction, calculation ability, attention (information processing), memory, and [..]
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Cognition is a common label for processes and structures which have to do with perception, recognition, recall, imagination, concept, thought, but also supposition, expectation, plan and problem solvi [..]
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refers to our internal processing of information. This mental process focuses on thinking.
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The process of knowing. (countable) A result of a cognitive process.
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A group of mental processes that include functions such as memory, decision making, and concentration, which is the ability to focus on specific tasks and planning.
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The mental process of knowing, thinking, learning, and judging.
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