Cognition refers to (1) the wide variety of mental entities we locate within the mind, including thoughts, → meanings, ideas, → attitudes, knowledge, beliefs, perceptions, intentions, memories, images, dreams, states of mind, consciousness and subconsciousness, and (2) the operations of the mind, such as association, search, comparison, → attention, and inference. Cognition is thinking.
- Communication Reception and Effects,
- Information Processing and Cognitions Psychology,
- Cognitive Psychology
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