Definition of Cognitive process
1. Noun. (psychology) the performance of some composite cognitive activity; an operation that affects mental contents. "The cognitive operation of remembering"
Generic synonyms: Cognition, Knowledge, Noesis
Specialized synonyms: Basic Cognitive Process, Higher Cognitive Process
Category relationships: Psychological Science, Psychology
Derivative terms: Operate
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Literary usage of Cognitive process
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1. Pragmatism and the Problem of the Idea by John Thomas Driscoll (1915)
"He deprecates the controversy about "percept" and "concept," calls these "sterile," and bases his whole system on a new and integrating cognitive process ..."
2. Ontology, Or, The Theory of Being; an Introduction to General Metaphysics by Peter Coffey (1914)
"the cognitive process, or are themselves distinct realities irrespective of this process. That it is possible to carry on successfully, at least to some ..."
3. Philosophy of Knowledge: An Inquiry Into the Nature, Limits, and Validity of by George Trumbull Ladd (1897)
"Without that varied impulse from feeling, —which does not come simply as an external push that ceases before the movement of the cognitive process begins, ..."
4. An Introduction to Philosophy by Orlin Ottman Fletcher (1913)
"They are present in the cognitive process. — The activity which directs our ... We too often regard the cognitive process as consisting in the bare relating ..."