Origin of cognitive
OTHER WORDS FROM cognitivecog·ni·tive·ly, adverbcog·ni·tiv·i·ty, nounnon·cog·ni·tive, adjective
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Kevin LaBar, a cognitive neuroscientist at Duke University’s Institute for Brain Sciences, told Wired that there can be “distortions in time perception when you present people with threats.”
Workers did slightly worse on the cognitive tests and slightly better on the placebo task.
We have also studied this through cognitive tasks and people’s ability to perform different cognitive tasks.
Dangerous residential facilitiesVeterans needing end-of-life care, those with cognitive disabilities or those needing substance use treatment often live in crowded VA or state-funded residential facilities.Eight reasons COVID-19 has hit veterans particularly hard|By Jamie Rowen/The Conversation|November 11, 2020|Popular-Science
After two or three doses of psilocybin, along with cognitive behavioral therapy, 80 percent of the subjects quit for at least six months, the investigators found.
Why they are so important for physically and cognitively disabled kids (and their able bodied peers).
Long-term users are neither cognitively impaired nor are the vast majority of users addicted to the drug.
Partly, how easy it is for us to process cognitively—the extent to which it fits what we already “know.”How Psychology Explains the Slander of Trayvon Martin|Jesse Singal|April 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The rich—as Murray argues in Coming Apart—are cognitively much superior to the poor.
When the dorsolateral PFC goes tilt, things go downhill fast, cognitively speaking.The Science Behind Rick Perry’s Debate Brain Freeze|Sharon Begley|November 10, 2011|DAILY BEAST
That alone is absolutely and indubitably present; therefore, it alone is cognitively certain.Creative Intelligence|John Dewey, Addison W. Moore, Harold Chapman Brown, George H. Mead, Boyd H. Bode, Henry Waldgrave, Stuart James, Hayden Tufts, Horace M. Kallen
Ultimately such consciousness would seem to connect man cognitively with reality as a whole.A Commentary to Kant's 'Critique of Pure Reason'|Norman Kemp Smith
Or (we may proceed) do you hold that a past object is cognitively apprehensible, as begetting cognition?
Word-processing is cognitively a different effort from writing with a pen or typewriter.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
Does the object cognitively apprehensible arise from an entity or not?