|Mental functions of creating general ideas, qualities or characteristics out of, and distinct from, concrete realities, specific objects or actual instances.
||Mental functions of coordinating parts into a whole, of systematizing; the mental function involved in developing a method of proceeding or acting.
||Mental functions of ordering events in chronological sequence, allocating amounts of time to events and activities.
||Mental functions of changing strategies, or shifting mental sets, especially as involved in problem-solving.
||Mental functions of awareness and understanding of oneself and one's behaviour.
||Mental functions involved in discriminating between and evaluating different options, such as those involved in forming an opinion.
||Mental functions of identifying, analysing and integrating incongruent or conflicting information into a solution .