- Mental processes involved in the acquisition, processing, and utilization of knowledge or information. (PSY)]]
- Definition Source: UMLS
This category has the following 8 subcategories, out of 8 total.
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Facts about Cognitive process
|Created||15 May 2006 +|
|EditorialNote||Note that we are distinguishing between pr … Note that we are distinguishing between processes and functions, so there will appear to be a set of duplicate classes. The distinction as described by BFO, as we understand it, is that functions are end-directed activities of continuants. So memory function is an end activity of a memory process. We therefore measure memory function as an indicator of the effectiveness of the memory process. f the effectiveness of the memory process.|
|Label||Cognitive process +|
|ModifiedDate||1 October 2009 +|
|SuperCategory||Behavioral process +|
|Umlscui||C0025361, C0871689 +|