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A. Cognitive styles


The cognitive styles describe how the individual acquires knowledge (cognition) and how an individual processes information (conceptualization). The cognitive styles are related to mental behaviors, habitually applied by an individual to problem solving, and generally to the way that information is obtained, sorted and utilized. Cognitive style a usually described as a personality dimension which influences attitudes, values and social interaction. In this category, we have the following models:
  1. Kolb’s model: Based on perception and information processing
  2. Honey-Mamford’s: Based on Kolb's model
  3. Gregoric model: Based on perception and ordering
  4. Seagal/Honne model
  5. Howard's Gardener: Seven intelligence model

 



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