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But here I want to take a different approach: not so much looking at definitions of intelligence itself, but rather looking at the cognitive processes that in some way or other contribute to the "composite" characteristics of intelligence.
With respect to the cognitive process dimension, I have reorganized the order of cognitive processes of Anderson and Krathwohl's (2001) revised Bloom's et al.'s (1956) taxonomy and added to them based on the review of literature on cognitive research and studies as I mentioned above.
Before moving on to an overview of these processes, it is important to point out that, as the model focuses on cognitive processes, it pays less attention to content-related aspects, including teachers' use of historical terminology and metaconcepts, like causation, change over time, or empathy (for more information, see van Drie & van Boxtel, 2008).
These two pieces of EFL writing were then analyzed based on Odell's cognitive process theory (1977) described before.
Although retrospective recall data have provided incredible insight, the complexity of forecasters' decision processes means that the use of qualitative methods alone does not fully capture the intricate cognitive processes of forecasters.
The cognitive process theory of writing (Flower & Hayes, 1981) was consistent, fruitful, complex, middle-range (scope), and acceptable (Dudley-Brown, 1997).
This article aims to propose that the comprehension of narrative texts can be understood as a problem solving situation, in that most of the cognitive processes that constitute these solving situations are also part of discourse comprehension.
A cognitive process map of the informal conversation (Figure 3) succinctly shows the kind of domain knowledge and thinking skills involved.
Rowlands is quick to note that the main issue in his account of cognitive processes is the problem of ownership.
Then this research will discuss Gentner's structure-mapping model of analogy and explain why it is a good choice as a basis for modeling the cognitive process of information requirement analysis.
The verb is "apply." Apply is one of the six cognitive process categories, so this verb will be classified under Apply.
The study included assessment of a cognitive process. Examples of tasks are provided in Figure 3.

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