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We specified a three-factor model based on the initial validation study of the PTCI with 21 items indicating negative cognitions about self, 7 items indicating negative cognitions about the world, and 5 items indicating self-blame (10).
333-82) Watson translates and explains Ramakantha's defense of the claim that cognition of objects is not, as most other schools of Indian philosophy claim, momentary and changing, but permanent and unchanging.
Other efforts by health professionals to affect cognition and behaviors have focused on health message design.
This evolution helps understand why the mind has been treated as disembodied and disembedded, cognition being "in the head" as a property of the individual mind.
The present study sought to address this question by asking individuals who had experienced specific sexual cognitions as both positive and negative to identify the factors that contributed to such different appraisals of the same sexual cognition.
Such findings are inconsistent with most conceptual definitions of sexual fantasy which assume that these sexual cognitions are pleasant, enjoyable and deliberately engaged in (Leitenberg & Henning, 1995; Plaud & Bigwood, 1997).
They are based on the assumption that the form in which knowledge is shared strongly influences the process of shaping, and shared cognition subsequently influences the effectiveness of collaborative learning.
The award was presented to Cognition for its Intellect Web Enabled solution, which was created using the UnixWare 7 Webtop based on Tarantella technology.
Cognition Technologies has developed the next evolution in Search technology.
In this article, how models of guidance can be inspired from a distributed cognition perspective was investigated.
The emergent model based on a shared cognition or community of learners, while expanding our understanding o f learning is still prescriptive and narrow in that it undervalues the contribution of the individual's cognition in human learning and performance (Lave & Wenger, 1991).

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