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In this approach, cognition and affect are interdependent” (Kramer, 1990, p. 280). The central tenet of the organismic approach is “integration”; however, cognition and affect are interdependent and interact reciprocally to produce wisdom-related skills. The five functions of wisdom include: recognition of individuality, taking the context into account, encouraging cooperative strategies for interpersonal relations, recognition of possibilities for change and recognition of the necessity of integrating cognition and affect (Kramer, 1990, p.
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