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cognition 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌkägˈniSHən/,
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cognitions, plural;
  1. The mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses

  2. A result of this; a perception, sensation, notion, or intuition


  1. the psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning
  2. (cognitive) of or being or relating to or involving cognition; "cognitive psychology"; "cognitive style"
  3. Cognition is the scientific term for "the process of thought." Usage of the term varies in different disciplines; for example in psychology and cognitive science, it usually refers to an information processing view of an individual's psychological functions. ...
  4. The process of knowing; A result of a cognitive process
  5. (cognitive) The part of mental functions that deals with logic, as opposed to affective which deals with emotions
  6. (cognitive) a term that describes the process people use for remembering, reasoning, understanding, and using judgment.
  7. (Cognitive) The mental processes of perception, memory, judgment, and reasoning.
  8. (Cognitive) a term which refers to reasoning or intellectual capacity
  9. (Cognitive) pertaining to functions of the brain such as thinking, learning, and processing information
  10. Behavior therapy •Cognitive therapy •Cognitive behavioral therapy •Rational emotive behavior therapy
  11. (Cognitive) person's ability to process and utilize information (thinking), this is what Bloom's Digital Taxonomy is based on
  12. (cognitive) relating to conscious intellectual activity (such as thinking, reasoning, remembering, imagining or learning words).
  13. (Cognitive) mental skills (Knowledge)
  14. (Cognitive) area encompassing thinking skills
  15. Cognitive refers to knowledge.
  16. (cognitive) Having to do with knowing or understanding.
  17. (Cognitive) Knowledge acquired through learning
  18. (COGNITIVE) Pertaining to thought, awareness, or the ability to rationally apprehend the world and abstract meaning.
  19. (Cognitive (C)) Observing, studying and reading about an activity, focusing on the proper technique.
  20. (Cognitive) 1. Having a basis in or being reducible to empirical, factual knowledge. 2. A teaching method that recognizes the close relationship between what is known and what is to be learned. ...
  21. (Cognitive) Focus on acquiring knowledge. Focus on searching, generating, and using knowledge with an emphasis on problem-solving and creativity.
  22. (Cognitive) This depicts the mental aspect of a person’s holistic development. It can be described as the total intellectual processes in the brain and the entire nervous system. And, it is the ultimate source of mechanical commands in the body.
  23. (Cognitive) ideas perceived as cogent by most in the population who encounter them. Cognitively transmitted memes depend heavily on a cluster of other ideas and cognitive traits already widely held in the population, and thus usually spread more passively than other forms of meme transmission. ...
  24. (Cognitive) learning, thinking--Lisaz 21:29, 27 September 2008 (UTC) brain functions, Thinking--Betsyl 23:45, 30 September 2008 (UTC) DEF:relating to the process of acquiring knowledge by the use of reasoning, intuition, or perception.(Encarta Dictionary)--Betsyl 01:44, 14 October 2008 (UTC)
  25. (cognitive) An adjective describing thinking, will or intellect; as opposed to conative (emotional).