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Can Touchscreen Devices be Used to Facilitate Young Children's Learning? A Meta-Analysis of Touchscreen Learning Effect
Because of the continuous stream of touchscreen apps that are claimed to be educational and the increasing use of touchscreen devices in early childhood, considerable attention is being paid to theExpand
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Null Effects of Perceptual Disfluency on Learning Outcomes in a Text-Based Educational Context: a Meta-analysis
Recent research in a text-based educational context has demonstrated a seemingly paradoxical disfluency effect in reading, namely that learning with hard-to-read (disfluent) materials helps learnersExpand
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What Are the Effects of Self-Regulation Phases and Strategies for Chinese Students? A Meta-Analysis of Two Decades Research of the Association Between Self-Regulation and Academic Performance
Background: Self-regulated learning refers to the monitoring and controlling of one's own cognitive performance before, during, and after a learning episode. Previous literature suggested thatExpand
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Development of the Preference for Online Social Interaction Scale for Chinese Adolescents
Our purpose in this study was to develop a scale to measure preference for online social interaction (POSI). The psychometric properties of the POSI Scale were tested with 2 separate samples ofExpand
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BODY DISSATISFACTION AND RESTRAINED EATING: MEDIATING EFFECTS OF SELF-ESTEEM
Mixed results have been found in studies of the relationship between body dissatisfaction and restrained eating, and self-esteem (Flament et al., 2012; Forrester-Knauss, Perren, & Alsaker, 2012;Expand
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Mood disorder patients' language features on their microblogs
TLDR
In this paper, a novel research topic is presented, with the assumption that different kinds of people may exhibit their unique language features, especially mood disorder patients and normal people. Expand
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Psychological Capital, Coping Style and Psychological Health: An Empirical Study from College Students
  • Q. Pan, Zongkui Zhou
  • Psychology
  • First International Conference on Information…
  • 1 December 2009
To explore the relationships among psychological capital, coping style and psychological health of college students with a sample of 566 college students via the method of questionnaire survey. TheExpand
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Self-relevant beauty evaluation: Evidence from an event-related potentials study.
This study examines the electrophysiological correlates of beauty evaluation when participants performed the self-reference task. About 13 (7 men, 6 women) undergraduates participated in theExpand
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Moral Disengagement in Middle Childhood: Influences on Prosocial and Aggressive Behaviors
The purpose of the present study was to examine children's moral disengagement as it related to children's social behavior, including prosocial behavior and aggressive behavior. A multimethodExpand
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