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Of the seven ways of knowing, you can apprehend things correctly only through bare perception, inference or subsequent cognition.
It has been shown in a number of previous studies that affect was a stronger predictor of attitudes than cognition in a variety of attitude domains (Kim & Morris, 2007; Porter & Diefenbach, 2009), especially in intergroup contexts (Jussim, Nelson, Manis, & Soffin, 1995; Pettigrew & Tropp, 2008).
To answer this question, Pearson coefficients were calculated in order to identify the correlation between the need for cognition and metacognitive thinking among the sampled students.
Most conceptual definitions and measures of sexual cognitions (often referred to as fantasies) assume that they are pleasant, enjoyable, and deliberate (Leitenberg & Henning, 1995).
Diabetes was not related to cognition, but a worse hemoglobin [A.
Several independent studies have looked at various diseases associated with cognitive impairment, and data suggest that aerobic exercise may improve cognition and brain function in MS.
In fact, sleeping badly takes a systemic toll on our health, and there is evidence it also impacts cognition.
Specifically, we sought to investigate the relationship between the two falls screening methods (AGS and TUG) and cognition, as well as to examine their identification of at-risk individuals.
According to Bowman, Kant holds that the logic of finite cognition is marked by an essential negativity which may divide reason against itself.
The book is organized into four sections on the interdependence of social cognition, the psychology of narratives, cognition and communication in dyadic encounters, and the political and social consequences of communication and cognition.
Research suggests that childhood obesity negatively affects cognition.
Methodological Challenges and Advances in Managerial and Organizational Cognition
Dr Emer MacSweeney, CEO and medical director of Re:Cognition Health said: "With the introduction of new biomarkers to detect evidence of Alzheimer's disease at its earliest stage, there is reason for cautious optimism that new generation medications will delay progression of disease and also boost cognition.