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  • adv. Relating to thinking (cognition).

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  • adv. with regard to cognition

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Examples

  • But people who also engage in cognitively demanding activities (reading, writing, crossword puzzles and other activities) are least likely to develop memory loss — they’re also more likely to outlive people who led active lifestyles but didn’t engage in mental stimulation (though to some extent exercising your body can exercise your brain).

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  • Some people described as cognitively impaired have anomalous patterns of cognitive skills, in some ways failing to attain, but in other ways exceeding, levels typical for the species.

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  • Metaphor will probably take a few posts, as few really agree about what's going on in metaphor cognitively, which is likely because there are many types of metaphors.

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  • Their cognition was evaluated using a standardized test, and those who performed well below the average were classified as cognitively impaired, Middleton said.

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  • You see, most limitations of research get put rather automatically to the conclusions section of a research paper, and if you read one of these peer reviewed articles they read very "cognitively" and you get a sense one is just listing them just because they are compelled to do so.

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  • How pitiful the Obama campaign has become to hide behind these kind of cognitively deprived individuals and let them do their dirty work.

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  • You see, most limitations of research get put rather automatically to the conclusions section of a research paper, and if you read one of these peer reviewed articles they read very "cognitively"and you get a sense one is just listing them just because they are compelled to do so.

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  • He noted in a recent interview, “The 10,000-hours rule says that if you look at any kind of cognitively complex field, from playing chess to being a neurosurgeon, we see this incredibly consistent pattern that you cannot be good at that unless you practice for 10,000 hours, which is roughly ten years, if you think about four hours a day.”

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  • "Those positions are thought to be more kind of cognitively based," said Lyons, whose expertise is human resource management.

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  • Obama confidant's spine-chilling proposal - Cass Sunstein wants the government to "cognitively .."

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