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  • Of all the systems of the body—neurological, cognitive, special, sensory—the cardiological system is the most sensitive and easily disturbed.†   (source)
  • Through it all, he continued to read deeply in philosophy, mathematics, and physics as he worked on a sprawling treatise he calls the " C T M U ", The "Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe."†   (source)
  • I thought speaking in primal terms would be the quickest route to your cognitive functions.†   (source)
  • Kant had also left behind him a sharp distinction between the cognitive 'I' and nature 'in itself.'†   (source)
  • My cognitive functions, which had been marginal before, instantly went into a nose dive.†   (source)
  • The technique purports to create imaginary characters who perfectly fit the targeted age group's level of cognitive and neurological development.†   (source)
  • I was temperamentally better suited to a cognitive discipline, to an introspective field—internal medicine, or perhaps psychiatry.†   (source)
  • The affinities can be unusual cognitive skills, like reading minds or having visions and being able to predict the future.†   (source)
  • Sleep deprivation dulled all Heidi's edges, but especially the cognitive ones.†   (source)
  • Cognitive ability.†   (source)
  • Gumptionology 101...An examination of affective, cognitive and psychomotor blocks in the perception of Quality relationships...3 cr,Vll,MWF.†   (source)
  • That meant that she still had her cognitive abilities somewhat intact and was not going to end up a vegetable.†   (source)
  • Mr. Tappan's indignation has obviously affected his cognitive abilities and clouded his grasp of the facts.†   (source)
  • "was the single most important article ever written that debunked the pervasive linguistic fallacies associated with cognitive-deficit hypotheses"—that is, the fallacy that speakers of Black English were somehow mentally backward.†   (source)
  • Back then, I thought memory was a deliberate, cognitive process, like remembering multiplication tables, or lyrics, or where the keys were.†   (source)
  • It still remains true that as a set of cognitive beliefs about the existence of God in any recognizable sense continuous with the great systems of the past, religious doctrines constitute a speculative hypothesis of an extremely low order of probability.   (source)
  • Mapping your cognitive and physiological responses to build a blueprint for the potential cure.†   (source)
  • Rest also presented particular opportunities for strengthening cognitive and analytical skills.†   (source)
  • HIV causes cognitive impairment—a permanent loss of memory and concentration.†   (source)
  • Doctors administered tests of her cognitive skills, and she did poorly on those that measure memory and recognition.†   (source)
  • A maturational process that is gradual, unfolds over the course of adolescence, and permits more advanced self-regulation and impulse control ...The temporal gap between the arousal of the socioemotional system, which is an early adolescent development, and the full maturation of the cognitive control system, which occurs later, creates a period of heightened vulnerability to risk taking during middle adolescence.†   (source)
  • —From The Roots and Repercussions of Amor Deliria Nervosa on Cognitive Functioning, 4th edition, by Dr. Phillip Berryman†   (source)
  • Since you've had a reasonable amount of cognitive behavioral therapy, you tell yourself, I am not my thoughts, even though deep down you're not sure what exactly that makes you.†   (source)
  • Anyway, we talked about how increased levels of brain activity actually quicken the pace of destruction—it's called cognitive destruction.†   (source)
  • As we later explained to the Court, experts had come to the following conclusion: "A rapid and dramatic increase in dopaminergic activity within the socioemotional system around the time of puberty" drives the young adolescent toward increased sensation-seeking and risk-taking; "this increase in reward seeking precedes the structural maturation of the cognitive control system and its connections to areas of the socioemotional system.†   (source)
  • High-tech companies like Google or Microsoft carefully measure the cognitive abilities of prospective employees out of the same belief: they are convinced that those at the very top of the IQ scale have the greatest potential.†   (source)
  • Jennings Bryant, an educational researcher at the University of Alabama, conducted a study of 120 children, comparing the performance of regular Blue's Clues watchers to watchers of other educational shows on a series of cognitive tests.†   (source)
  • Doing something with one hand and not the other becomes very difficult...At 175, we begin to see an absolute breakdown of cognitive processing...The forebrain shuts down, and the mid-brain—the part of your brain that is the same as your dog's (all mammals have that part of the brain)—reaches up and hijacks the forebrain.†   (source)
  • "Divorced people who suffer depression and complain of cognitive dysfunction may be expressing the loss of their external memory systems," he writes.†   (source)
  • As the course description of gumptionology indicated, this internal part of the field can be broken down into three main types of internal gumption traps: those that block affective understanding, called "value traps"; those that block cognitive understanding, called "truth traps"; and those that block psychomotor behavior, called "muscle traps."†   (source)
  • There are abrupt limits to the number of cognitive categories we can make and the number of people we can truly love and the number of acquaintances we can truly know.†   (source)
  • The first plane is that of waking experience: cognitive of the hard, gross facts of an outer universe, illuminated by the light of the sun, and common to all.†   (source)
  • The second plane is that of dream experience: cognitive of the fluid, subtle forms of a private interior world, self-luminous and of one substance with the dreamer.†   (source)
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