The seminal paper on streakiness in sports is “The Hot Hand in Basketball”, a piece published in cognitive Psychology in 1985.
One astutely muses about cognitive dissonance among the many conservative Republicans within the 47%.
New mothers light up in their emotional centers, fathers in their cognitive centers—and gay dads in both.
“I almost pity the cognitive dissonance at play here,” he says.
In fact, he has axed the sub-group of the project that was slated to work on the cognitive level.
The moral faculty is no longer a cognitive power, no longer, in truth, a faculty.
For the present, we are only concerned with such as are cognitive.
cognitive resources became the main commodity for economic experiences.
But it is precisely this surplusage which has not cognitive status.
The cognitive sum total is of a Gestalt nature-much higher than the sum of its parts.
cognitive cog·ni·tive (kŏg'nĭ-tĭv)
Of, characterized by, involving, or relating to cognition.
Having a basis in or reducible to empirical factual knowledge.