Executive function: Reflection, iterative reprocessing, complexity, and the developing brain

@inproceedings{Zelazo2015ExecutiveFR,
  title={Executive function: Reflection, iterative reprocessing, complexity, and the developing brain},
  author={Philip David Zelazo},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Key executive function (EF) skills (cognitive flexibility, working memory, inhibitory control) are essential for goal-directed problem solving and reflective learning. This article describes executive function (EF) and its development from the perspective of the Iterative Reprocessing (IR) model. According to this model, reflection, or the reflective reprocessing of information prior to responding, provides a foundation for the control of attention – flexibly, over time, and… CONTINUE READING

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