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Written by the therapy's developers, this guide outlines the use of cognitive processing therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder.
Comprehension requires more cognitive processing than simply remembering information, and learning objectives that address comprehension will help learners begin to incorporate knowledge into their existing cognitive schemas by which they understand the world [2].
Heart Rate Activity (EKG) and Skin Conductance Activity (EDA) will be the techniques to index attention paid to media combined with recall tests to analyse how the cognitive processing improves by applying different prosody strategies.
From a very early age, most people in Western culture today are culturally conditioned in visual cognitive processing.
Michigan); other states require a comprehensive evaluation that includes documentation of low achievement, an assessment of the instructional environment, and documentation of a cognitive processing deficit (e.
Three professors from the College of Charleston, South Carolina present a collaborative testing and academic achievement model which demonstrates that collaborative testing alone has a significant positive association with test performance that varies by the level of cognitive processing in the test question.
However, while recognising the importance of considering students' cognitive processing, Jonassen's (1985) analysis did not go much further than suggesting that drill and practice learning designs promote shallow processing while problem- and simulation-based learning designs promote deeper processing (Craik & Lockhart, 1972).
Sleeplessness increases attention lapses while slowing reaction time and cognitive processing.
Results indicate that "managers should avoid extreme time pressure when possible; after all, complex cognitive processing takes time.
He pointed out that when people are not under high levels of stress, they have the ability to calmly engage in the conscious, deliberative, and analytical cognitive processing that characterizes rational thinking.
This theme of social factors permeat ing individual cognitive processing is further extended in Kramer's chapter on collective paranoia in knowledge communities.
Cognitive processing of traumas: the role of intrusive thoughts and reappraisals.
The cognitive processing model posits that although many alcohol use behaviors have become automatized processes in the course of an alcoholic's drinking career, craving is a nonautomatic process that requires mental effort and is limited by a person's cognitive capacity.
Among such tasks are naming, perceptual speed, and speed of cognitive processing (Marshall & Hynd, 1997).
Cognitive processing and meaning theories suggest that psychological adjustment following a traumatizing event depends on the successful integration of the event into current or modified cognitive schema and the restoration of a sense of meaning in life.
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