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J Neurol Neurophysiol
The continued lack of a universally applied gold standard in presurgical evaluation has opened the ways to the investigation of new localizing and mapping tools in difficult cases including simultaneous ... EEG-fMRI, which can be used to map interictal and ictal discharges-related haemodynamic networks. ... Acknowledgements We are thankful to the Action Medical Research, UK and Higher Education Commission of Pakistan for funding our research work through grants and bursaries. ...fatcat:dt2zwk3ypfbhffzx4u3f72gwbq
As an effective tool of thinking, mind-map can develop human potential and the students' thinking ability greatly. Mind-map is made up of lines, symbols, text, color and graphics elements. ... Based on meta-cognitive learning strategies and mind-map, the author takes college English teaching and learning process of non-English major students in Yantai Nanshan University as the research objective ... Optimization of College English Acquisition on Basis of Mind-Map and Meta-Cognitive Learning Strategies College English Acquisition from the Aspect of Planning Strategy and Mind-Map Plan strategy refers ...doi:10.4236/oalib.1102781 fatcat:higcl7lpbvdjrdfitvmzmf3yzq
displaying maps. ... In this article, it is argued that a cognitive theory of picturebooks is needed. ... Quite often, when frameworks such as cognitive poetics, literary linguistics, cognitive literary studies, and so on are applied to children's literature, there is a restriction on certain aspects of cognition ...doi:10.3366/ircl.2013.0095 fatcat:ke7syktzkza3bic3qgsxyktiba
We agree (a) that discovering which aspects of language acquisition are speci®c to language, and which are shared more generally with other cognitive tasks, requires careful attention, (b) that the answer ... to this question may depend upon which aspect of language is under consideration, and (c) that the acquisition of novel words and facts share some important components, including establishing a mapping ... Acknowledgements This research was supported by a grant (# 28730) from the National Institutes of Health awarded to Dr Sandra Waxman. We thank Doug Medin and D. ...doi:10.1016/s0010-0277(00)00119-0 pmid:11124352 fatcat:zqz5ycxhcbdchbjfyhodbs26ae
different from the child language learner but also all aspects of cognition some of which are directly or indirectly related to language, such as memory, parsing, metalinguistic awareness, meta-representations ... Let me begin by saying that I subscribe to the CPH and to the suggestion that compensatory strategies are at work in any aspect of perceptual and cognitive development in childhood, including language, ...doi:10.1515/zfsw.2009.009 fatcat:sc2lk6kouzelvd6y47tcruibzi
Although Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) has been developing rapidly, it faces strong criticism from scholars due to its lack of attention to the cognitive aspects of discourse. ... Providing a particular perspective of viewing the reality, metaphor forms an important part of ideology. ... As a result, an analysis of cognitive aspects of metaphor should be complemented with that of pragmatic ones. ...doi:10.4304/tpls.3.3.475-481 fatcat:ulfkuadq7zgcpkd3lfgk7y4zyq
Conflict of interest The author declares that he has no conflict of interest ... This is known as Cognitive Load Theory. 4 While cognitive load theory is the most commonly quoted aspect of cognitivism, it represents one aspect of a broader learning theory. ... I will start by discussing the cognitive aspects of learning psycho-motor skills. ...doi:10.5116/ijme.5b9a.129b fatcat:7tvdpt7jg5amphhl2hh7cvijmy
The five elements of built environments in cognitive maps and the legibility of the environment are used as the theoretical frame to review each method. ... That is, how the elements of the environment aid the acquisition of spatial knowledge. ... or implied, of the National Science Foundation, or the U.S. ...doi:10.1109/coginf.2010.5599724 dblp:conf/IEEEicci/LiK10 fatcat:z736bv7425d7zj4oalt3qmyr3y
The entire problem is inseparable from that of understanding the differences be- tween L, & L2 acquisition & the empirical research on certain aspects of the acquisition of English, whose results began ... It is suggested that mapping is most effective on cognitive prototypes, eg, basing behavior on a generalized category such as “dog” or “chair.” ...
Geographical Review of Japan
GIS ," GIS should become a conceptual model of cognitive mapping and elaborate the model of cognitive processing of geographic information. ... The look of maps . Madison: Uni versity of Wisconsin Press. Robinson, A. H. 1967. Psychological aspects of colour in cartography. The International Yearbook of Cartog raphy 7: 50-59. ...doi:10.4157/grj.76.10_703 fatcat:qkhkr5wfmnfevf6v2ug6oqh6vy
The articles in this special issue explore how the acquisition of linguistic constructions as form-function mappings is affected by the distribution and saliency of forms in oral input, by their functional ... of their meaning to the construction prototype, and the reliability of their mappings. ... These are the factors requiring description, across the evidence of the input and learner cognition, to investigate the acquisition of linguistic constructions as categories. ...doi:10.1111/j.1540-4781.2009.00893.x fatcat:i3ardhcnqvbh5i6sxkfek76vbe
The acquisition of small-magnitude numbers consists of a label-mapping process, which can occur at different speeds in the two languages of bilingual children, and is partly informed by linguistic cues ... The contributions focus on reciprocal relationships between language and cognition, considering not only cognitive precursors for language, but also how language drives aspects of cognitive development ... in grateful recognition of her exceptional contribution to research on language and cognition, and their intertwined development. CECILE DE CAT ...doi:10.1017/s0305000917000046 fatcat:4qrffbdysbhpdlqz4f7etflkwe
The second week considered various aspects of cognitive aging. ... Carol Barnes (University of Arizona) reviewed the literature on animal models of cognitive aging and paid particular attention to the acquisition of spatial "maps." ... The second week considered various aspects of cognitive aging. ...doi:10.1016/s1053-8119(03)00055-7 fatcat:hqrsh7y3inahlnpw55w5zohi4y
The mapping approach presupposed a temporal reasoning capacity, which is not as well-characterized psychometrically as the aspects of verbal memory and attention that the limited capacity model assumes ... However, the mapping and the model based on it do not yet have the ability to learn a grammar, even though it potentially has a role in explaining human language acquisition. 4.2. ...
condition acquisition; K. ... ; actional/nonactional verbs; 8902127 reading processes/oral language/cognition; cognitive developmental explanation; longitudinal study; elementary students; 8902143 reflexives/ pronouns, children’s locality ...
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