cognitive factor


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something immaterial (as a circumstance or influence) that contributes to producing a result

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Specifically, the cognitive factor was expected to show little to no change during exercise accompanied by a reduction following both low- and high-intensity work.
These results are not substantially different from the classification results using cognitive factor scores (panel C).
Experienced physician leaders recognize that they have cognitive biases (the human tendency to make systematic errors in certain circumstances based on cognitive factors rather than evidence) (4) and confirmation biases (a tendency for people to favor information that confirms their preconceptions or hypotheses regardless of whether the information is true).
Cognitive factors (inattention, confusion, distraction)
Linguists of the English language at five Italian universities rethink the notion of keywords in relation to phraseology, the influence of the cognitive factors of time and space in the construction of identity, and the integration of discourse analysis with corpus linguistics.
Part I concludes with a discussion of social and cognitive factors that affect success in listening comprehension (Chapter 4).
The incorporation of behavioral and cognitive factors is essential because they allow for a holistic approach in identifying the individuals and/or groups behind network exploitation, something that current technical analysis or methodologies cannot successfully accomplish.
Washington, September 20 ( ANI ): Psychological scientists have highlighted the cognitive factors that make certain pieces of misinformation so "sticky" and identify some techniques that may be effective in debunking or counteracting erroneous beliefs.
As indicated in Table 2, why are seemingly and intuitively obvious cognitive factors such as Intercultural Receptivity, Positive Orientation, Social Openness, Shows Respect, Flexibility, and Social Confidence not significantly correlated with CCSI?
of Bern, Switzerland) as an innovative treatment approach developed in the 1980s that emphasizes the importance of cognitive factors in the therapy and (re)integration of schizophrenia patients in the community.
Funded by the Waterloo Foundation, the study is one of the first to be developed in collaboration with the Wales Autism Research Centre (WARC) led by Professor Sue Leekam, a leading research figure in the behavioural and cognitive factors that affect the onset of autism spectrum disorders.
Funded by the Waterloo Foundation, the study is one of the first to be developed in collaboration with the Wales Autism Research Centre (Warc), led by Professor Sue Leekam - a leading research figure in the behavioural and cognitive factors that affect the onset and development of Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Among the cognitive factors related to whether very young viewers will learn from a DVD are "children's developing perceptual systems, their understanding of symbols and analogy, and their developing abilities to discriminate how much they should trust different sources of information.
It's a great study to look at early-life factors because these women had a relatively constant adult lifestyle between early-life cognitive factors and late-life dementia.
A large proportion of clients have complex manual handling/ mobility needs as a result of physical factors such as severe contractures, spasticity, scoliosis, unusual body shapes, unpredictable movements, intellectual and cognitive factors, and challenging or resistive behaviours.
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