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While Lamb and Lawrence focused on the recognition of a consistent pattern of cognitional operations present through historical consciousness and understanding, my concern is with encounter and communication.
Specifically, it focuses on the existence of emotions and their functions in addition to the cognitional and behavioral elements.
Properly stated it is not the will that initiates behavior but the psychosomatically united person who initiates his or her behavior; and acting persons are always also cognitional and affective.
Furthermore, the cognitional exercising of placing the planets at the proper places, completely attracted their attention, and later expressed their impression and preference in relation to conventional school exams.
Those individuals who survive a cognitional vetting might then be placed through a training program particularly geared toward revealing biases or heuristics that adversely affect the duties of policing.
Contradiction arises when he utilizes cognitional process to deny it.
Breaking new ground, Cognitive Fiction makes a strong case for the cognitional materiality of writing and reading.
The essential oneness in difference of the cognitional activity involving as it does both "poles" (positive and negative, subjective or objective, just as we choose to name them), lays a ban upon a division into a "mind-stuff" which cognizes on the one hand and a "stuff" of a different kind which is cognized on the other.
Baumgarten's rudimentary inauguration of aesthetics and its Kantian culmination, and by the cognitional triumph of natural science.
In his search for the essential characteristics of cognitional, affective and conative processes Stout followed the inductive method.
This argument can lead to the observation that the formation of a coalition can be expected where there is a conflict of interests coupled with cognitional complexity--i.
The Grimke sisters were the subject of a "Pastoral Letter" issued by the Cognitional ministerial association in 1837 condemning their "unwomanly" behavior of speaking in public

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