Cognitive Process Meaning in Hindi

Cognitive Process Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. (psychology) the performance of some composite cognitive activity; an operation that affects mental contents

1. the process of thinking

2. the cognitive operation of remembering


Cognitive Process Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "Hope is not an emotion; it's a way of thinking or a cognitive process."
- Brené Brown, The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are

3. "By showing that exercise sparks the master molecule of the learning process, Cotman nailed down a direct biological connection between movement and cognitive function."
- John J. Ratey, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain

4. "The way to reach [struggling learners] is to encourage them to notice data available to their senses. The process of reflective awareness helps students develop their cognitive structures to process information and create meaning. —Betty Garner"
- Jeff Anderson, Ten Things Every Writer Needs to Know

5. "Psychologist Robert Zajonc takes this claim one step further: For most decisions, it is extremely difficult to demonstrate that there has actually been any prior cognitive process whatsoever.28 It isn’t that the decisions people make are irrational; it’s that the process by which decisions are made are utterly unlike the step-by-step rational process that might be used to solve, say, a math problem. Decisions are typically made in the unconscious mind, by means of some unknown process. Indeed,"
- William B. Irvine, On Desire: Why We Want What We Want

6. "The great cognitive shift is an expansion of consciousness from the perspectival form contained in the lives of particular creatures to an objective, world-encompassing form that exists both individually and intersubjectively. It was originally a biological evolutionary process, and in our species it has become a collective cultural process as well. Each of our lives is a part of the lengthy process of the universe gradually waking up and becoming aware of itself."
- Quote by Thomas Nagel

7. "The cognitive structure does not generate consciousness; it simply reflects it; and in the process limits and embellishes it. In a fundamental sense, consciousness is the source of our awareness. In other words, consciousness is not merely awareness as manifest in different forms but it is also what makes awareness possible."
- Larry Dossey, One Mind: How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters

8. "Like most people, I always thought of hope as an emotion—like a warm feeling of optimism and possibility. I was wrong. I was shocked to discover that hope is not an emotion; it’s a way of thinking or a cognitive process. Emotions play a supporting role, but hope is really a thought process made up of what Snyder calls a trilogy of goals, pathways, and agency."
- Brené Brown, The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are

9. "Robert DeKeyser (1998), Richard Schmidt (2001) and others have suggested that learners must pay attention at first to any aspect of the language that they are trying to learn or produce. ‘Pay attention’ in this context is accepted to mean ‘using cognitive resources to process information’ but there is a limit to how much information a learner can pay attention to. Thus, learners at the earliest stages will tend to use most of their resources to understand the main words in a message. In that situation, they may not notice the grammatical morphemes attached to some of the words, especially those that do not substantially affect meaning. Gradually, through experience and practice, information that was new becomes easier to process, and learners become able to access it quickly and even automatically. This frees up cognitive processing resources to notice other aspects of the language that, in turn, gradually become automatic."
- Patsy M. Lightbown, How Languages are Learned

10. "Many errors and tragic disillusionments are possible in this process of emotional recognition, since a sense of life, by itself, is not a reliable cognitive guide. And if there are degrees of evil, then one of the most evil consequences of mysticism—in terms of human suffering—is the belief that love is a matter of the heart, not the mind, that love is an emotion independent of reason, that love is blind and impervious to the power of philosophy."
- Ayn Rand, The Romantic Manifesto

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