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Variable memory strategy use in children's adaptive intratask learning behavior: developmental changes and working memory influences in free recall.
Video analyses revealed that children employed different strategies when preparing for free recall, and a gradual shift from labeling to cumulative rehearsal was present both with increasing age and across different list positions. Expand
Rehearsal dynamics in elementary school children.
It is suggested that a main feature of item rehearsal with regard to facilitating recall is the strengthening of interitem associations based on the temporal order within a list and that this characteristic develops with age. Expand
Individual Differences in Children’s Early Strategy Behavior in Arithmetic Tasks
As demonstrated by the Overlapping Waves Model (Siegler, 1996), children’s strategy use in arithmetic tasks is variable, adaptive, and changes gradually with age and experience. In this study, firstExpand
Early strategies of elementary school children’s single word reading
Children in both grades showed variable and multiple usage of strategies and reacted adaptively when reading words of the different categories and the analyses of the data confirm the validity of the Overlapping Waves Model in the context of single word reading. Expand
The dynamics of free recall and their relation to rehearsal between 8 and 10 years of age.
Video and audio analyses revealed that children tended to recall items successively from nearby serial positions, which led to the so-called lag-recency effect, which was particularly pronounced when items from nearbyserial positions were conjunctly rehearsed during study. Expand
Free recall behaviour in children with and without spelling impairment: the impact of working memory subcapacities.
Video analyses revealed that recall behaviour was similar in impaired and unimpaired children, indicating that both groups applied similar learning activities. Expand
Overregulation in Physical Education - Teaching Behavior Effects on Self-Regulated Motor Learning
This study examines students’ use of self-regulated motor learning strategies related to a congruent or incongruent teacher-student fit-constellation of perceived and preferred teaching behavior. InExpand
Rehearsal development as development of iterative recall processes
Analysis of free recall reveals significant age-related increases in the primacy effect and an age-invariant recency effect, and rehearsal behavior throughout the list was characterized by a decreasing tendency to begin rehearsal sets with the first list item. Expand
The Influence of Perceived Teacher-Student Congruence on Students’ Satisfaction in Physical Education
The purpose of this study was to adapt the Leadership Scale for Sports (LSS; Chelladurai & Saleh, 1980) to physical education (PE) classes, for measuring teacher behavior by taking consideration ofExpand