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The Shape School: Assessing executive function in preschool children
Age‐related changes in executive function were examined on a new task, the Shape School, in 70 preschool children (32–68 months old). The Shape School is a colorful storybook designed to examineExpand
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The Child Behavior Checklist Dysregulation Profile in Preschool Children: A Broad Dysregulation Syndrome.
OBJECTIVE Children with concurrent impairments in regulating affect, behavior, and cognition can be identified with the Anxious/Depressed, Aggressive Behavior, and Attention Problems scales (or AAAExpand
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Comparisons of Cutoff and Regression-Based Definitions of Reading Disabilities
This study addressed the issue of specificity in reading disability by comparing two approaches to defining and selecting children with reading disabilities. One approach defined reading disabilityExpand
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The Changing Nature of Executive Control in Preschool
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Working Memory, Executive Functioning, and Children's Mathematics
Publisher Summary Approximately 3–6% of school-age children are estimated to have mathematics difficulties. There are many more children in regular school classrooms who struggle with mathematics,Expand
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Executive Control and Adolescent Health: Toward A Conceptual Framework
Executive control is a set of cognitive abilities that may impact a variety of adolescent health behaviors and outcomes; however, research on executive control as a contributor to the physical healthExpand
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Associations between specific components of executive control and eating behaviors in adolescence: A study using objective and subjective measures
A growing literature suggests that executive control (EC; also known as "executive functioning" or "EF") in adolescence may play an important role in the development of key health behaviors,Expand