LearningRx Cognitive Training for Children and Adolescents Ages 5–18: Effects on Academic Skills, Behavior, and Cognition

@inproceedings{Jedlicka2017LearningRxCT,
  title={LearningRx Cognitive Training for Children and Adolescents Ages 5–18: Effects on Academic Skills, Behavior, and Cognition},
  author={Edward J. Jedlicka},
  booktitle={Front. Educ.},
  year={2017}
}
Cognitive training is emerging as a viable intervention for remediating cognitive skill deficits and associated academic struggles. This study investigated whether trainer-delivered cognitive training reduced parent-reported academic difficulties and oppositional behavior for school-age children with learning struggles compared to a no-contact control group. Three groups were surveyed using a standardized rating scale: parents of clients ages 5-18 who had completed the 60-hour ThinkRx cognitive… CONTINUE READING

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