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Are multiple points of attachment necessary to predict cognitive, affective, conative, or behavioral loyalty?
The different trends of modern dance favor the expressive (centred on the sender), phatic (of intersubjective solidarity among the group of dancers and between dancers and audience) and conative functions.
However, conative attitudes are not representations, nor are they necessarily connected with any representational states.
At the other end of the process of communication is the conative function.
Self-Efficacy in Mathematics: Affective, Cognitive, and Conative Domains of Functioning, in Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Brisbane, 507-513.
The basic argument is to investigate and address the issue of providing future generations with the required skills (cognitive and conative and social) for active participation in knowledge society building processes.
Cognitive, Affective Attributes and Conative, Behavioural Responses in Retail Corporate Branding," Journal of Product and Brand Management, (15:5), 2006, pp.
33) The Gita ascribes it as dhriti, the conative persistence, the rigor to signal a growth of being.
41) Searching for exactly what comprises these African ideals and developing theory and methodology out of these ideals, seems, however, to be the ultimate charge of the Afrocentric project, although Ama Mazama suggests that Asantean Afrocentricity embodies the "affective, cognitive and conative aspects" (42) on which a paradigm for the discipline of Africology rests.
Here de Sousa gives a brief analysis and categorization of the items on his list, by saying that some of the answers interpret emotions (a) as somatic phenomena like feelings; others construe them (b) as conative states like desires; still others represent emotions (c) as experiences of one or another broad type; some construe emotions (d) as cognitive states or processes like judgments, beliefs, or perceptions; and finally, some accounts take them (e) as things that do not fall neatly into any one of the categories just mentioned.
According to Keown's entry in A Dictionary of Buddhism, the term denotes "the conative psychological functions of intention, volition or motivation" (51).
also has a conative meaning and is thus used to express an attempt, endeavor, or wish.