Not cognitive; not directly related to cognition(adjective)
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Use "noncognitive" in a sentence
"Their specific nature is explored below; the term noncognitive simply indicates that the issues at hand concern other attributes than intellectual capabilities."
"Without attempting to review the enormous literature on the subject, the following merely illustrates the nature of what, lacking a better term, is referred to as the noncognitive foundations of rationality."
"Using recently developed evaluation systems, these schools and others are aiming to quantify so-called noncognitive traits such as leadership, resilience and creativity."