with regard to cognition
Relating to thinking (cognition).
The hard subject was more cognitively demanding than the preceding material.
The numerical value of cognitively in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of cognitively in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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There is a preponderance of them here, and what we think is this is perhaps a specialization site, where they were working hides. And that is indicative of a very cognitively advanced sort of society.
As we get older the brain can get smaller, so the bridging veins can have small bleeds and patients may need to be screened cognitively with an examination as well as imaging to look for subtle chronic subdural hematomas that can interfere with walking and cognition and cause chronic complaints.
Families with higher incomes are able to provide a cognitively stimulating environment for their children as they can purchase educational toys, books, and offer variety in the child’s life such as bringing them to museums, as well as purchasing better quality food which will also help their development, however, income is also a marker for underlying characteristics within the family.
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