Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cognitive"

The meaning of "Cognitive" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What does "cognitive slumber" mean?

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"Many people walk through life in a cognitive slumber, blindly following the norms attached to their identity." mean?
A: cognitive refers to the human consciousness and mental thoughts and experiences. slumber is sleeping. so the author is saying that many people are just kind of going life following what is expected of them.
Q: What does cognitive dissonance mean?
A: torn between two opinions
Q: What does cognitive deficit mean?
A: Not very smart.
Cognitive = thoughts, brains, consciousness
deficit = deficiency, lack of
Q: What does "cognitive" mean?
A: Cognitive is an adjective derived from the noun "cognition" that means the process by which knowledge and understanding is developed in the mind.
Q: What does cognitive bias mean?
A: Being aware of the fact that you have a bias

Example sentences using "Cognitive"

Q: Please show me example sentences with cognitive status.
A: She may need to take an test to access her cognitive status.
How is her cognitive status today?
Repeated assessment of cognitive status is important in patients with comorbid disorders.
Her cognitive status is fine, according to the test results.
A mini cog exam, will determine a patient's cognitive status.
Dementia will impair ones cognitive status.
Brain damage may affect cognitive status.
Ongoing stress, can impair someone's cognitive status.
Cognition depends on mental status.

https://medlineplus.gov/lab-tests/cognitive-testing/
Q: Please show me example sentences with cognitive.
A: The tumor is still growing, which means there is still a chance at cognitive deterioration.


Learning how to do something new can have many cognitive benefits.


The purpose behind this assignment is to test your cognitive skills.


This game is pure cognitive exercise.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cognitive.
A: This is an academic word used mostly in academic settings. Cognitive function improves after drinking coffee.
Cognitive dissonance is the state of having contradictory thoughts or opinions.

Synonyms of "Cognitive" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between cognitive and socio-emotional and motor ?
A: Cognitive learning is learning through intellectual means: reading, reasoning, listening to lectures, etc.

Motor learning is learning with your body, like you would while playing a sport or a musical instrument.

"Socio-emotional" is a rare word, used only in the behavioral sciences probably. I haven't heard it before. Since it contains the words "social" and "emotion", I'm going to guess that it means learning through social means, like via conversation or interaction with other people, or maybe via observation of another person's actions and consequences. It's probably indicative of learning that contains a strong emotional component.
Q: What is the difference between cognitive and cognizant ?
A: thank you
Q: What is the difference between cognitive and recognitive ?
A: From what I understand cognitive is the adjective relating to cognition which is acquiring new knowledge through thought or experience. Recognitive is the adjective relating to recognition which is identifying something or someone due to past knowledge.
Q: What is the difference between cognitive and recognitive ?
A: Cognitive involves having cognition - i.e. understanding something for the first time - while recognitive involves having recognition - i.e. remembering something you've come across before.

Translations of "Cognitive"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cognitive
A: Cognitive
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Other questions about "Cognitive"

Q: What does "they begin to use cognitive distortions to overcome their moral inhibitions" mean in the following sentence. (The sentence is from an article about the psychology of pedophiles who view inappropriate images online.)

“What you see, in their search histories,” he said, “is that they learn how to evade law enforcement, they become more confident and they begin to use cognitive distortions to overcome their moral inhibitions.”
A: They are lying to themselves.
They convince themselves that something awful is really alright - they distort their own cognitive functions in order to silence their conscience
Q: What does "they begin to use cognitive distortions to overcome their moral inhibitions" mean in the following sentence. (The sentence is from an article about the psychology of pedophiles who view inappropriate images online.)

“What you see, in their search histories,” he said, “is that they learn how to evade law enforcement, they become more confident and they begin to use cognitive distortions to overcome their moral inhibitions.”
A: Using Cognitive distortions would be using various thoughts or ideas to rationalize or convince themselves of something, and moral inhibitions are the feelings that you have when you don’t want to do something (or don’t approve of it) because you believe it is wrong.

So in this case it means that pedophiles would use whatever theories or rationales to justify why looking at inappropriate images isn’t bad or wrong.
Q: As you get older, your cognitive ability get worse. does this sound natural?
A: I would use gets instead of get.
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Q: What do "cognitive work" and "cognitively demanding" mean in the following sentence?

I think the fact that we think about teaching as something that’s physical work, not cognitive work, is part of that undervaluing, but it is really very cognitively demanding.

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/videos/#114676
A: Cognitive and cognitively refer to the use of the brain and thinking. So when they say cognitive work they mean using your brain to work as opposed to turning a wrench which is more physical work. Cognitively demanding means that not only is it work done by the brain, but it's hard brain work.

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