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For the terms Jew and Greek in Crowe's title, I would substitute the expression aural cognitive processing and visual cognitive processing.
Cognitive processing deficits have long been considered to be at the core of SLD (Individuals with Disabilities Act [IDEA] 2004, Public Law 108-446), but these processes are not frequently assessed as a part of SLD determination.
After two months, test results showed modest improvements in two measures of cognitive processing speed for those taking NT-020 compared to those taking placebo," said Brent Small, PhD, a professor in USF's School of Aging Studies.
1986) Anxiety and cognitive processing of instruction.
The business is focused on cognitive processing technology, with a growing engineering services capability.
The work of Jonassen (1985, 1988) and Hannafin (1989) indicated that the specific nature of instructional events and how students behave when faced with them, will greatly influence the type of cognitive processing they engage in.
highly efficient and rapid cognitive processing instead of slow, deliberative thinking;
The cognitive processing model posits that although many alcohol use behaviors have become automatized processes in the course of an alcoholic's drinking career, craving is a nonautomatic process that requires mental effort and is limited by a person's cognitive capacity.
Among such tasks are naming, perceptual speed, and speed of cognitive processing (Marshall & Hynd, 1997).
Cognitive processing and meaning theories suggest that psychological adjustment following a traumatizing event depends on the successful integration of the event into current or modified cognitive schema and the restoration of a sense of meaning in life.
The resultant design will be a product of the interaction between the cognitive processing required to acquire the content, the strategies and methods that support these processes, and the characteristics of the technology that promote positive learning strategies and cognitive processing (Park & Hannafin, 1993, p.
Individuals need such an interpretative system because of the vast complexity of available information and the limited cognitive processing capability available to them (March and Simon 1958).

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