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Sentence count:28Posted:2017-03-27Updated:2017-03-27
Similar words: cognitiverecognitionincognitopositivelyactivelycreativelyrelativelynegativelyMeaning: adv. with regard to cognition. 
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1. The 2-year-old is cognitively and affectively different from the newborn infant.
2. This is how tagging works, cognitively speaking.
3. All the volunteers were still cognitively normal at the two-year point, but those with a family history of Alzheimer’s had significantly more brain atrophy than those without a family history.
4. According to the authors, social interactions are cognitively complex experiences that may lead to rapid fatigue in brain regions that regulate attention and alertness.
5. Cognitively, reference can be studied along with information processing of human mind.
6. Cognitively, man, the subject of cognition, must classify and categorize the objects.
7. The results indicate that cognitively normal adults, 75 years or older, who are moderate drinkers are 40 percent less likely to develop dementia over 6 years than are their non-drinking peers.
8. The world in which they live emotionally and cognitively is a television world, a world produced and explained by Strongly manipulative information and entertainment industries.
9. Especially to cognitively complex humor, full of twists and surprises.
10. It is where you cognitively decide that you are going to work towards a goal and achieve that goal without being sidetracked by “instant” distractions.
11. As noted, among those who were cognitively normal at the start of the study, moderate alcohol drinkers appeared to be protected against dementia.
12. She sinks into a depressed condition in which she can literally but not cognitively see.
13. Broad sense of thinking is the preconscious type of awareness that we have in sensational cognitively relevant sensations.
14. However, humans, unlike other mammalian species, have the unique ability, consciously and cognitively, to override their internal biological clock and its rhythmic outputs.
15. There were far more than she needed as a fetus in the cognitively unchallenging womb—far more, even, than she would need as an adult.
16. At enrollment, subjects were symptomatically stable and did not abuse substances, but they were considered to be cognitively disabled and chronically ill.
17. Although we weren't able to look at different parts of the world, I do think we've made some good progress trying to look at how people learn both cognitively and culturally.
18. Those in the top third for adherence, she said in a telephone interview, were cognitively the equivalent of two years younger than those in the bottom third.
19. There is a fascinating study in Miami where they studied people who lived in apartments. Those who had balconies where they could see their neighbors actually aged better cognitively than others.
20. Practicing a piece of music for four hours requires focused attention, but it is nowhere near as cognitively demanding as a sleepover with 14-year-old girls.
21. This involves superior performance in problem solving, which is cognitively demanding, including abstract thinking skills, higher concept formation skills and creative hypothesis formulation.
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22. For a group to be smart, it be autonomous, decentralized and cognitively diverse.
23. A growing body of research by sociologists and behavioral economists finds a dazzling array of cognitively, culturally and socially distinct ways in which people approach money.
24. Only 8.5 percent of those active during adolescence were cognitively impaired later on, compared with 16.7 percent of those who had been inactive teenagers.
25. Compared with people with optimum vitamin D levels, those in the lowest quartile were more than twice as likely to be cognitively impaired.
26. And it gives a hint that even though species might be cognitively capable of doing certain things, they might not show the behavior, because they just don’t want to.
27. The Hallidayan functional grammar takes for"theme"any initial element in the linear structure of a clause. This is, however, not cognitively motivated.
28. Dr James Wyatt: "All sorts of negative things can happen -- cognitively, physiologically, emotionally -- if you have insufficient sleep."
More similar words: cognitiverecognitionincognitopositivelyactivelycreativelyrelativelynegativelypunitivetentativelyeffectivelycomparativelycollectivelyrespectivelydefinitiveinitiativeconsecutivelyimaginativelyretroactivelyalternativelycognizantrecognizerecognisecognizancerecognisedlivelypensivelypersuasivelyexclusivelyexpansively
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