Forms of human thinking - this is a manifestation of intellectual activity, a consequence of the thinking process and the result of thinking operations. There are three key forms of mental activity, namely, concepts, conclusions and judgments. Many authors attribute theories, hypotheses, concepts, laws, arguments, evidence to the forms of mental activity. However, they are rather related to derived categories, although they have certain specific features.
The concept is called the integrity of significant qualities, relationships, properties and relationships of objects or phenomena reproduced in mental operations. It is also called the concept of thinking or thinking system that emphasizes and generalizes objects of a certain class on specific common and in aggregate specific features for them.
Judgment is a form of mental functioning in which something about an object is affirmed or denied, for example, its configuration, quality, or relationship between objects.
Inference is a summing up or conclusion.