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For such features have no bearing upon the doxastic justification of the subject's beliefs, which is to be assessed only by attending to the subject's own cognitive processes.
The rating scale was used to analyze responses for eight cognitive processes (collect, review, relate, interpret, infer, diagnosis, act, and evaluate).
For psychological experiments or UX studies SMI Experiment SuiteTM 360[degrees] provides advanced support to gain insight into the cognitive processes or user strategies with Retrospective Think Aloud (RTA) methods.
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 socio-emotional process of peers overtook the controlling cognitive processes that were sending off warning bells about the consequences of such a risky adventure.
Graded pretests were returned to students for review, and large group discussion followed to identify the cognitive processes involved.
This omission in practice is worthy of reconsideration in light of a rapidly growing body of research that provides an understanding of how underlying cognitive processes are related to academic functioning as well as the difficulties children with learning disabilities tend to experience with them (Semrud-Clikeman, 2005).
The third chapter discusses cognitive processes involved in drug abuse.
Specifically, the study examined three issues related to TMU: cognitive processes that car salespeople have that work to preclude or prevent the experience of uncertainty in their interactions with customers; cognitive processes that car salespeople use to reduce the uncertainty they experience when they do meet customers, especially new customers; and communicative behaviors that car salespeople use to reduce uncertainty in their interactions with the customers.
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.
The article begins by acknowledging that most errors made when writing in braille are considered to be problems with mastery or problems with the braille system itself or both, rather than with the physical and cognitive processes that underlie writing in braille.
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.
It had been demonstrated that these and other cognitive processes, used alone or in tandem, can advance or contribute to circumvention in decision making.
We made it clear that our goal was not instant transmission of every message, but communication accommodating the cognitive processes required for effective action.
A common thread in most of these conceptualizations of trust is that both cognitive processes and affective influences play roles in the development of trust.
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