Definición de cognition en inglés:

cognition

Saltos de línea: cog|ni¦tion
Pronunciación: /kɒgˈnɪʃ(ə)n
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
  • 1The mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses.
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    • By metacognition I mean knowledge about cognition itself and control of one's own cognitive processes.
    • The findings from these experiments have been taken to demonstrate the role of cognition in the experience of emotion.
    • In itself the a priori has nothing whatever to do with thinking and cognition.
  • 1.1 [count noun] A perception, sensation, idea, or intuition resulting from the process of cognition.
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    • That makes it at least plausible for a social cognitive premise that views prejudicial or stereotype-laden cognitions as largely unavoidable for most humans.
    • Dissonance occurs when ever a person holds inconsistent cognitions (eg opinions, beliefs or behaviours).
    • The premise is that individuals strive toward consistency between cognitions by changing their opinions or beliefs to make them more consistent with each other.

Derivativos

cognitional

adjetivo
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  • Any philosophy will rest upon the operative methods of cognitional activity, either as correctly conceived or as distorted by oversights and mistaken orientations.
  • A person's answer to these questions will be their cognitional theory, their epistemology, and their metaphysics.
  • This is a logical or cognitional distinction, which does not necessarily reflect anything in the nature of things.

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin cognitio(-), from cognoscere 'get to know'.

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