What is another word for mental faculty?
[ mˈɛntə͡l fˈakə͡ltˌi], [ mˈɛntəl fˈakəltˌi], [ m_ˈɛ_n_t_əl f_ˈa_k_əl_t_ˌi]
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Synonyms for Mental faculty:
n.• faculty (noun)
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How to use "Mental faculty" in context?
The ability to think, remember, and reason is known as "mental faculty". Mental faculties can be divided into two broad categories: spatial and nonspatial. Spatial faculties deal with the ability to perceive, understand, and remember things in space. Nonspatial faculties deal with the ability to think, remember, and reason abstractly.
There are many types of mental faculties. Some of the most common are intelligence, memory, problem solving, and creativity. Intelligence is the ability to think abstractly and solve sophisticated problems. Memory is the ability to remember facts and figures, and to recall past experiences.
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