Definitions for "Cognitive"
Knowing, or apprehending by the understanding; as, cognitive power.
Brain function related to sense perception and understanding.
Refers to the process of thought, or thinking.
of or being or relating to or involving cognition; "cognitive psychology"; "cognitive style"
in cognitive psychology this is the component of attitude that involves perceptual responses and beliefs about something (knowledge and assumption)
Keywords:  drawback, passive, suffix, intake
drawback intake passive suffix
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. The teaching proceeds to build on the studentâ€(tm)s knowledge base by helping the student associate new material with something that is familiar.
Known for centuries as one of the three parts of the mind. Deals with knowledge, competencies and intellectual processes as measured on IQ or skills tests.
Observing, studying and reading about an activity, focusing on the proper technique.