Definitions

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  • adjective Not cognitive; not directly related to cognition

Etymologies

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non- +‎ cognitive

Examples

  • Their specific nature is explored below; the term noncognitive simply indicates that the issues at hand concern other attributes than intellectual capabilities.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • Their specific nature is explored below; the term noncognitive simply indicates that the issues at hand concern other attributes than intellectual capabilities.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • Without attempting to review the enormous literature on the subject, the following merely illustrates the nature of what, lacking a better term, is referred to as the noncognitive foundations of rationality.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • Without attempting to review the enormous literature on the subject, the following merely illustrates the nature of what, lacking a better term, is referred to as the noncognitive foundations of rationality.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • Using recently developed evaluation systems, these schools and others are aiming to quantify so-called noncognitive traits such as leadership, resilience and creativity.

    Adding Personality to the College Admissions Mix

  • Lane Kenworthy on those claiming U.S. schools make economic inequality worse: Americans do leave the schooling system more unequal in cognitive and noncognitive skills than when they enter it.

    Wonk Room » The WonkLine: May 22, 2009

  • A host of "noncognitive" skills, many of which Mr. Brooks explains well, are undoubtedly important.

    The Mind Readers

  • There is evidence that adolescent interventions can affect noncognitive skills (see CHLM).

    Mental Health, Poverty, Health Insurance, and Human Capital, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Telempathy, as powerful as it is, is primarily noncognitive.

    World Wide Mind

  • Telempathy, as powerful as it is, is primarily noncognitive.

    World Wide Mind

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