Possessing the faculty of knowing one's own thoughts or mental operations.
Possessing knowledge, whether by internal, conscious experience or by external observation; cognizant; aware; sensible.
Method of reading the bible in which one is aware of the problems
Condition of being awake and aware of surroundings.
Mentally awake and aware. Knowing what one is doing and why.
the term used by psychologists for the part of our mind of which we are aware
Mind - What you are aware of at the present moment.
The mental ‘room' in which a person ‘lives,' determined by cognitive style. For example, the Server person is conscious in Server strategy. Each cognitive style has a different area of consciousness.
Aware of one's surroundings, one's own motivations and thoughts, etc.; denoting a part of the human mind that is aware of one's self, environment and mental activity and that to a certain extent determines ones choices of action.
knowing and perceiving; having awareness of surroundings and sensations and thoughts; "remained conscious during the operation"; "conscious of his faults"; "became conscious that he was being followed"
Having an awareness of one's own environment, knowing of others and self.
awake, aware, and responsive to stimuli or surroundings.
the waking mind policed by ethics, morality, rights and wrong. It self-imposes rules, restrictions, and regulates action and behavior
Present moment awareness. Awareness of seven ( two chunks of information.
The internal awareness a person has of specific events such as perceptions, mental images, memories, thoughts (including any "dreams", once they are remembered). This internal reality can be known by another person only by believing the person's "introspections" and/or by inferring it from his or her behavior. (Contrasts with "unconscious".)
In Freud?s topographic model, the part of the mind containing thoughts and memories of which the individual is currently aware. See also preconscious, topographic model, unconscious.