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What is cognitive empathy?

When someone feels what the other is feeling. Like if my son is crying and upset, I feel upset too. That is empathy. Answer I had to look it up and from what I understand, it (MORE)

What is Visuospatial cognition?

a highly complex cognitive process, which requires the explorative scanning by eye movements, the quick and accurate direction of attention, the anticipation of the consequenc (MORE)

What is artificial cognition?

Cognition is the development of information to knowledge. The act of cognition consists of representing and transforming information. This can be done by sensing something dir (MORE)

What is archaeology?

Archaeology is the study of material remains related to the human  past. Such remains include monumental structures such as the  pyramids of Egypt, to microscopic plant frag (MORE)

What is biblical archaeology?

Traditionally, biblical archaeology is the name given to the study of the archaeological aspects of the history of the Jewish and Christian churches as provided in the Judeo-C (MORE)

What does archaeology mean?

Archaeology is the study of the past, particularly people, by looking at their material remains (skeletons, pottery, settlements etc). It is not fossils, it involves humans. (MORE)
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What is cognitive targets?

As early as the 1950's Bloom (1954), proposed a hierarchy of educational objectives at the cognitive level these are: Level 1. KNOWLEDGE Level 2. COMPREHENSION Level 3. AP (MORE)

Example of cognitive?

Cognitive psychology analyses and studies the mental process of how  people learn, perceive, remember and think. Examples of cognitive  learning are the results of watching, (MORE)

What is commercial archaeology?

When a construction project is planned, the area first needs to be surveyed in case there is something there of archaeological importance that would be destroyed. These survey (MORE)