a form of therapy in which, having learnt to understand their anxiety, patients attempt to overcome their usual behavioural responses to it
- Cognitive architecture
architecture A computer architecure involving non-deterministic, multiple inference processes, as found in neural networks. Cognitive architectures model the human brain and contrast with single processor computers. The term might also refer to software architectures, e.g. fuzzy logic. [Origin? Better definition? Reference?] (1995-11-29)
noun 1. the process of acquiring intelligence and increasingly advanced thought and problem-solving ability from infancy to adulthood. cognitive development [(kog-nuh-tiv)] The growth of a person’s ability to learn.
noun, Psychology. 1. anxiety that results from simultaneously holding contradictory or otherwise incompatible attitudes, beliefs, or the like, as when one likes a person but disapproves strongly of one of his or her habits. noun 1. (psychol) an uncomfortable mental state resulting from conflicting cognitions; usually resolved by changing some of the cognitions n. 1957, […]
- Cognitive ethology
noun 1. a branch of ethology concerned with the influence of conscious awareness and intention on the behaviour of an animal