Affective-based trust may also be more common when the costs incurred to engaged in a cognitive process
are high (Jones and George, 1998).
As a result, we revised our cognitive process
codes from 15 to 7 reading-related codes and 9 to 5 math-related codes, shown in Figure 3.
Besides promoting self-regulated learning, the aforementioned project emphasized process-oriented writing advocated within Flower and Hayes' (1981) Cognitive Process
Theory of Writing.
To this point, this paper has illustrated that (1) that decision making is a cognitive process
(2) there are no good or bad decision makers, only different decision-making styles, (3) that decision making is individualistic influenced by cultural orientation and life circumstances, and (4) that whatever people do is correct, there is no wrong decision, as long as a some decision is made.
The sensors monitor the student's attentive state and cognitive process
while he or she interacts with characters on the computer screen.
The sensors monitor the user's attentive state and cognitive process
while he or she interacts with the characters on the computer screen.
For example, the strategy of allowing accommodations is based on the widely accepted belief among educational and cognitive psychologists that learning disabilities may strike a specific cognitive process
, like memory, but leave others, like attention, intact.
Being multilingual with an especial interest in languages allows her to look at the world through multilayered filters, diversifying her cognitive process
and helping shape the identity of her art work.
For example, when Cole and Scribner (1974) asked questions concerning human cognitive development they analyzed whether the cognitive process
of people reared in different cultural settings was different and how it differed.
Adaptability is the current "buzz-word" for leaders that can effectively use a cognitive process
to solve problems, take risks, and operate within the confines of their higher commander's intent.
In contrast, mental practice is a technique in which someone rehearses a motor or cognitive process
to strengthen the learning of a new skill.
Schutz and Luckmann (1974) have proposed that a strong link exists between cognitive process