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Both studies find that socio-emotional skills are less important than cognitive skills, but cognitive skills are largely mediated through education. That is, cognitive skills impact earnings through higher educational attainment. (...) Since these networks are associated with different types of cognitive functioning—including emotional—this strengthening can potentially impact a wide range of cognitive processes.
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Score: 971615.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_237081.pdf
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Innovations for future networks and services Outline Cognitive Radio Environment Real-time Observations & Requirement Analysis  Learning in Cognitive Radio Networks Resource Allocation in Multi-carrier Systems Problem Formulation in OFDMA-CRN Simulation Results Conclusion & Future Works Cognitive Radio Environment Cape Town, South Africa, 12-14 December 2011 ITU Kaleidoscope 2011 – The fully networked human? Innovations for future networks and services BASE STATION CR USER 1 Cognitive Network (Secondary) CR USER 3 CR USER 1 CR USER 4 CR USER 2 MESH ROUTER 1 MESH ROUTER 3 MESH ROUTER 2 PRIMARY USER 2 PRIMARY USER 3 PRIMARY USER 1 TV Broadcast Network (Primary) PRIMARY USER 4 PRIMARY USER 5 IEEE 802.11n Access Point (ISM Band) Wireless LAN (Primary) Wireless Mess Network (Primary) Cognitive Link Primary Link Opportunity in 900 MHz Band Cape Town, South Africa, 12-14 December 2011 ITU Kaleidoscope 2011 – The fully networked human? (...) On 24th August, 2011 (Adyar, Chennai) Learning in Cognitive Radio Network Cape Town, South Africa, 12-14 December 2011 ITU Kaleidoscope 2011 – The fully networked human?
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Score: 970902.9 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../29/05/T290500000F0041PDFE.pdf
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Children who experience good nutrition, stimulation and supportive and secure environments are most likely to reach their full cognitive potential. Investments that raise cognitive capital – the capacity of people to think and learn and work together – will help sustain and grow economies. In modern economies and societies, cognitive capital underpins creativity and flexibility and determines human capability. (...) UNICEF estimates that millions more children are spending their formative years growing up in unstimulating and unsafe environments, putting their cognitive, social and emotional development at risk.
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Score: 967311.7 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/pre...drens-brain-development-unicef
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STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE TRIPURA FOUNDATION, INC., A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
These students then have difficulty with other higher-order cognitive processes which can also lead to educational failure. (...) In general, the ACC is involved in “cognitive and emotional processing as well as mediatinga sense of compassion and inhibition of undesirable behaviours” (Bush et al., 2000). The sensitivity of the ACC to both reward and pain, and evidence for ACC coupling to cognitive and emotional areas during both the resting state and task performance, support the role of ACC in emotional and cognitive self - regulation or self-control (Tang, 2013).
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Score: 964791.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=E/CN.5/2018/NGO/76&Lang=E
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QUADRENNIAL REPORTS FOR THE PERIOD 2008-2011 SUBMITTED BY NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL THROUGH THE SECRETARY-GENERAL PURSUANT TO COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1996/31 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The Institute was founded as a study group in 1997 and has gradually expanded its scope to admit doctoral-level students in the area of cognitive neuroscience. The Institute also launched its master’s degree programme in the field of cognitive psychology, in February 2008. Aims and purposes of the organization The Institute pursues the following major objectives: • Discovery of important, unknown facts about key issues in cognitive science • Understanding unresolved issues in cognitive science • Identifying means of employing achievements in cognitive science. (...) The Fourth International Conference of Cognitive Science (10-12 May 2011) was the most recent such conference.
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Score: 960214.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/C.2/2013/2/ADD.19&Lang=E
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Resolution ITU-R 54-2 : Studies to achieve harmonization for SRDs Resolution ITU-R 66 : Studies related to wireless systems and applications for the development of the Internet of Things AI and Cognitive radio systems (CRS) Page Content 18   ITU-R studied CRS which enables AI to play an important role in intelligent/dynamic assignment of radio channels. (...) Resolution ITU-R 58-1 : Studies on implementation and use of CRS R eport ITU-R SM. 2152 : Definitions of Software Defined Radio (SDR) and Cognitive Radio System (CRS) Report ITU-R SM.2405 : Spectrum management principles, challenges and issues related to dynamic access to frequency bands by means of radio systems employing cognitive capabilities Report ITU-R M.2225 : Introduction to cognitive radio systems in the land mobile service Report ITU-R M.2242 : Cognitive radio systems specific for International Mobile Telecommunications systems Report ITU-R M.2330 : Cognitive radio systems (CRSs) in the land mobile service AI and satellite ecosystem Page Content 19 ​ AI is applicable to many aspects of the satellite ecosystem, including system manufacturing, in-orbit management and image processing.
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Score: 959751.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/action/...echnologies/Pages/default.aspx
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WHO | Cognitive behaviour therapy-based intervention by community health workers for mothers with depression and their infants in rural Pakistan: a cluster-randomised controlled trial Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Cognitive behaviour therapy-based intervention by community health workers for mothers with depression and their infants in rural Pakistan: a cluster-randomised controlled trial Peer reviewed article Authors : Atif Rahman, Abid Malik, Siham Sikander, Christopher Roberts, Francis Creed Publication details Number of pages : 16 Publication date : 2008 Languages : English Downloads English The aim of this randomized control trial in rural Pakistan assesses the effects of an integrated cognitive behaviour therapy-based intervention into the routine work of community-based primary health workers on perinatal depression and to test the hypothesis that treatment of perinatal depression could lead to improved nutrition and other health outcomes in the infant.
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Score: 956922.9 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...ources/chw_mother_pakistan/en/
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Score: 954609.8 - https://www.who.int/mental_hea...mhgap/evidence/dementia/q5/en/
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Cognitive Capital: Investing in Children to Generate Sustainable Growth | UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Skip to main content East Asia and Pacific Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast East Asia and Pacific EXPLORE UNICEF ABOUT US OUR MISSION WHERE WE WORK REGIONAL DIRECTOR TAKE ACTION CONTACT US WORK FOR UNICEF PRESS CENTRE Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Regional Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Cognitive Capital: Investing in Children to Generate Sustainable Growth Cognitive Capital: Investing in Children to Generate Sustainable Growth UNICEF Thailand/2016/Metee Thuentap Highlights Asia’s policy decision makers today face vital choices for the future of economic growth and prosperity of the continent.
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Score: 953208.6 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/rep...en-generate-sustainable-growth
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Also, there is some indication that the positive effect of cognitive skills is higher in more open economies. (...) Of course, much of the observed cognitive skill is developed in schools, so this does not say that schools are irrelevant. (...) Countries that combine high cognitive skills with openness are the most capable of profiting from globalization.
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Score: 953065.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...p_e/glob_soc_sus_e_chap9_e.pdf
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