Some articles on cognitive, cognitive process, process:
... Localization of function means that many cognitive functions can be localized to specific brain regions ... information that is important to the cognitive processes ... that large sections of the brain are involved in processing most cognitive tasks (see holism in neurology and the modularity section below) ...
... In Mokminsimseo, Dasan formulates the cognitive process of ritual practice focussing on sacrificial rites as follows ... of the ritual object raises the intentional movement of mind/heart toward the ritual object in the cognitive process ... of mind and heart entails reverence and purification in the ritual process ...
Famous quotes containing the words cognitive process, process and/or cognitive:
“Creativity becomes more visible when adults try to be more attentive to the cognitive processes of children than to the results they achieve in various fields of doing and understanding.”
—Loris Malaguzzi (20th century)
“Im not suggesting that all men are beautiful, vulnerable boys, but we all started out that way. What happened to us? How did we become monsters of feminist nightmares? The answer, of course, is that we underwent a careful and deliberate process of gender training, sometimes brutal, always dehumanizing, cutting away large chunks of ourselves. Little girls went through something similarly crippling. If the gender training was successful, we each ended up being half a person.”
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“Ideas are so much flat psychological surface unless some mirrored matter gives them cognitive lustre. This is why as a pragmatist I have so carefully posited reality ab initio, and why throughout my whole discussion, I remain an epistemologist realist.”
—William James (18421910)