Definitions for "Cognitive style"
a person's typical ways of thinking, seen as a continuum between field-dependent (FD) cognitive style, in which thinking relates to context, and field-independent (FI) style, in which it is independent of context
Cognitive style refers to the strategies or approaches an individual prefers to USC in cognitive activities. Some of the styles discussed in the text are internal and external locus of control, field independent-field dependence and reflectivity-impulsively
An individual's characteristic approach to problem solving & cognitive tasks.
Keywords:  cerebral, subtle, left, function, right
Subtle differences in left vs right cerebral function ( Ch. 27).
Preferences for how information is received (e.g., visually or verbally).