Longitudinal associations between executive functioning and academic skills across content areas.

@article{Fuhs2014LongitudinalAB,
  title={Longitudinal associations between executive functioning and academic skills across content areas.},
  author={Mary Wagner Fuhs and Kimberly T Nesbitt and Dale Farran and Nianbo Dong},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={50 6},
  pages={1698-709}
}
This study assessed 562 four-year-old children at the beginning and end of their prekindergarten (pre-k) year and followed them to the end of kindergarten. At each time point children were assessed on 6 measures of executive function (EF) and 5 subtests of the Woodcock-Johnson III academic achievement battery. Exploratory factor analyses yielded EF and achievement factor scores. We examined the longitudinal bidirectional associations between these domains as well as the bidirectional… CONTINUE READING
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