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The effects of inhibitory control training for preschoolers on reasoning ability and neural activity
Inhibitory control (including response inhibition and interference control) develops rapidly during the preschool period and is important for early cognitive development. This study aimed toExpand
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Young Children's Number Sense in China and Finland
This study examined the influence of nationality, age and gender on Chinese (N = 130) and Finnish (N = 203) pre‐schoolers' number sense. Two highly correlated aspects of number sense were extracted:Expand
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Recent Developments in Gifted Education in East Asia
Despite sharing a common cultural heritage, recent developments in gifted education in several countries and regions within East Asia, including the People’s Republic of China (mainland China),Expand
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The relationship between executive function and intelligence on 11- to 12-year-old children
This study investigated the structure of the executive functions and their roles in intelligence on sixty-one children aged 11- to 12-year-old. Six executive function tasks and one intelligence testExpand
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Response inhibition, preattentive processing, and sex difference in young children: an event-related potential study
Response inhibition and preattentive processing are two important cognitive abilities for child development, and the current study adopted both behavioral and electrophysiological protocols toExpand
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Self-Concept of Gifted Children Aged 9 to 13 Years Old
Ninety-four gifted children and 200 nongifted children (aged 9 to 13 years old) were involved in the present study. Their self-concept was assessed by the Revised Song-Hattie Self-Concept InventoryExpand
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Electrophysiological correlates for response inhibition in intellectually gifted children: A Go/NoGo study
Superior response inhibition is an essential component of the advanced cognitive abilities of gifted children. This study investigated response inhibition in intellectually gifted children byExpand
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Predicting school achievement from cognitive and non-cognitive variables in a Chinese sample of elementary school children
The present study had two aims: First, to investigate the joint and specific roles of working memory (WM) and intelligence as predictors of school achievement. And second, to replicate and extendExpand
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New Evidence on Causal Relationship between Approximate Number System (ANS) Acuity and Arithmetic Ability in Elementary-School Students: A Longitudinal Cross-Lagged Analysis
Approximate number system (ANS) acuity and mathematical ability have been found to be closely associated in recent studies. However, whether and how these two measures are causally related stillExpand
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