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Tans (2007) uses those cognitive processes in an Indonesian tertiary student's EFL writing to analyze his writing development in a period of six months.
Flower's theory (1994) was fruitful because it revealed new phenomena, and the undocumented relationship between social context and cognitive processes in writing.
Again, the underlying cognitive processes of simulation-based learning are illustrated using examples from various disciplines.
The children's cognitive processes, thinking skills, and domain knowledge were examined.
This view faces the problem that, in testimony cases, whether a subject knows through testimony depends upon the reliability of the testimony on which his testimonial belief is based, which in turn (as entailed by the process reliabilist's own understanding of reliability) depends upon the reliability of the relevant cognitive processes that take place in the subject's informant.
Rowlands is quick to note that the main issue in his account of cognitive processes is the problem of ownership.
Mental simulation refers to the cognitive processes of building a mental model that establishes connections among the parts of the system under investigation and of using the mental model to reason about the interactions among the parts of the system (Adelson & Soloway, 1985; Guindon, Krasner, & Curtis, 1987; Guinder & Curtis, 1988).
The analysis of learning objectives with the Taxonomy Table (TT) will reveal the type(s) of cognitive processes and Knowledge--the level of competence--expected by the instructor.
The socio-emotional process of peers overtook the controlling cognitive processes that were sending off warning bells about the consequences of such a risky adventure.
One component of the SLD definition particularly controversial in the identification procedures is the evaluation of cognitive processes, primarily due to a lack of information about the role they might play in informing an SLD diagnosis and eligibility for special education services.
The third chapter discusses cognitive processes involved in drug abuse.
All patients had suffered a stroke of the left or right hemisphere middle cerebral artery and many had been left with problems moving or with cognitive processes.
The findings of this study support the idea that the distorted perception of cognitive processes is more central to chronic fatigue syndrome than actual cognitive performance.
Cognitive processes are information, meaning, structure organization and transformation processes, most of which are inferential.
While the full extent of the role of cognitive processes in the treatment of schizophrenia still yet has to be established, (4) many of the evidence-based practices widely disseminated by the New York Office of Mental Health incorporate everyday skills that draw upon basic cognitive processes, including illness management and recovery, family psychoeducation, supported employment, and integrated dual diagnosis treatment.
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