A cognitive learner learns by inspirations which are mainly comprehended by yourself. You’re goal oriented, self-demanding. It’s easy to have subjective cognitions, which need to be modified by logical reasoning and evidence.
An affective learner learns by imitations. You have strong imitative and creative abilities, but you learn both good and bad things. Environments play important roles for you. You value the relationships between friends.
Critical Thinking Learner
A critical thinking learner has advantages in careful observations, logical ability and critical thinking ability, which help you learn by reverse reasoning. Searching for differences, you wish to have an unique personal style. You tend to do things without concerning others.
A reflective learner learns like a sponge. You can comprehend something thoroughly and apply it practically with continued repetition of practice. You learn well in situations that enable you to follow a particular path. You learn better when there’s someone to lead, teach and remind you.