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Improving the effectiveness of peer feedback for learning
The additive and interactive effects of parenting and children's personality on externalizing behaviour
Parenting practices have been previously linked to childhood externalizing behaviour. However, little attention has been given to the potential effect of individual personality differences among…
The relationship between the shape of the mental number line and familiarity with numbers in 5- to 9-year old children: evidence for a segmented linear model.
Combining single-case experimental data using hierarchical linear models.
A comparative study of peer and teacher feedback and of various peer feedback forms in a secondary school writing curriculum
This study examines whether peer feedback can be a substitute for teacher feedback and which measures can be taken to improve its effectiveness. A pre‐test post‐test control group design examined the…
Hierarchical linear models for the quantitative integration of effect sizes in single-case research
The calculation of effect size measures in single-case research and the use of hierarchical linear models for combining these measures are discussed and a multivariate meta-analysis is proposed on the standardized ordinary least squares regression coefficients from the study-specific regression equations describing the response variable.
Comparison of Mothers', Fathers', and Teachers' Reports on Problem Behavior in 5- to 6-Year-Old Children
Evidence exists that there is low agreement between multiple informants reporting on children's and adolescents' behavior problems. Few studies, however, focus on agreement between informants in…
A multilevel meta-analysis of single-subject experimental design studies
A multilevel approach is proposed to synthesize the results of single-subject experimental research by combining either raw data or effect-size measures. A multilevel meta-analysis of single-subject…
Fear of Movement/(Re)injury in Chronic Low Back Pain: Education or Exposure In Vivo as Mediator to Fear Reduction?
- J. D. de Jong, J. Vlaeyen, P. Onghena, M. Goossens, M. Geilen, H. Mulder
- PsychologyThe Clinical journal of pain
- 1 January 2005
Randomization tests of the daily measures showed that improvements in pain-related fear and catastrophizing occurred after the education was introduced, and results showed a further improvement when exposure in vivo followed the no-treatment period after the Education and not during the operant graded activity program.
Parent and child personality characteristics as predictors of negative discipline and externalizing problem behaviour in children
Negative discipline has been linked to childhood externalizing behaviour. However, relatively little attention has been given to the potential effect of individual personality characteristics of…