Associations to the word «Cognitive»
COGNITIVE, adjective. Relating to the part of mental functions that deals with logic, as opposed to affective which deals with emotions.
COGNITIVE, adjective. Intellectual.
COGNITIVE, adjective. (linguistics) (rare) (obsolete) Cognate; which is to be recognized as cognate.
COGNITIVE, noun. (linguistics) (rare) (obsolete) Cognate.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPIST, noun. (American spelling) A medical professional who employs the techniques of cognitive behavioral therapy.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPISTS, noun. Plural of cognitive behavioral therapist
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY, noun. A psychotherapeutic approach that addresses dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and cognitions, focussing on a client's current state rather than on their past.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPIST, noun. (British spelling) Alternative form of cognitive behavioral therapist
COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPISTS, noun. Plural of cognitive behavioural therapist
COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY, noun. (British spelling) Alternative form of cognitive behavioral therapy
COGNITIVE DISABILITY, noun. Intellectual disability
COGNITIVE DISSONANCE, noun. (psychology) A conflict or anxiety resulting from inconsistencies between one's beliefs and one's actions or other beliefs.
COGNITIVE DISSONANCES, noun. Plural of cognitive dissonance
COGNITIVE PARALLAX, noun. (philosophy) philosophical phenomenon described as the dislocation of the axis of the theoretical construction of a thinker and the axis of his lived experience; discrepancy between theory and experience
COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, noun. (psychology) A branch of psychology that examines internal mental processes such as problem solving, memory, and language.
COGNITIVE RELATIVISM, noun. (philosophy) (sociology) The view that the cognitive styles or habits of perception, reasoning, judgment, and knowledge of the world are not absolute, but are relative to historical eras and to various cultures.
COGNITIVE SCIENCE, noun. The multidisciplinary study of mind and behavior.
COGNITIVE SCIENCES, noun. Plural of cognitive science
COGNITIVE THERAPY, noun. A form of psychotherapy that seeks to help the patient overcome difficulties by identifying and changing dysfunctional thinking, behaviour, and emotional responses.
COGNITIVE, adjective. Of or being or relating to or involving cognition; "cognitive psychology"; "cognitive style".
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