Therefore, it can be stated that there were significant differences between the two groups on the means of the five variables (generalization, analytical thinking, logical thinking, abstract thinking
Seven to 12 years is the concrete operational stage: Children can reason logically and can do some abstract thinking
But s now you have your very own pocket tester, taking you through a 45-minute session of under-pressure Q&As that assess characteristics such as comprehension, linguistic ability, abstract thinking
and spatial judgement.
This part of school curriculum demands abstract thinking
and frequently exceeds the students' cognitive powers.
Lying requires a brain complex enough for abstract thinking
This is how they develop skills like empathy and abstract thinking
Executive cognitive functions are those brain functions related to planning, initiating appropriate actions, abstract thinking
and, in general, the abilities needed for everyday, independent living.
Describing narrative fiction as a simulation of social experience, Mar contends that readers are experiencing the world and developing the skills of empathy and abstract thinking
that a civil society demands.
The author encourages abstract thinking
through exercises informed by real-world scenarios to help students access and master algorithm concepts, including proofs of correctness, with greater ease.
In other words, they know that adding or subtracting one object from a group makes a difference, but have no linguistic way to keep track of accumulating quantities, which requires abstract thinking
The information in the task got through to girls' language areas of the brain--those associated with abstract thinking
through language--and their performance correlated accuracy with the degree of activation in some of these zones.
The SILS is based on clinical and research findings suggesting that intellectual impairment differentially affects various cognitive abilities--vocabulary has proven relatively resistant to change, whereas abstract thinking
has been shown to be more susceptible to cognitive deterioration (Shipley 1939).