The Mediational Role of Neurocognition in the Behavioral Outcomes of a Social-Emotional Prevention Program in Elementary School Students: Effects of the PATHS Curriculum

@article{Riggs2005TheMR,
  title={The Mediational Role of Neurocognition in the Behavioral Outcomes of a Social-Emotional Prevention Program in Elementary School Students: Effects of the PATHS Curriculum},
  author={Nathaniel R. Riggs and Mark t. Greenberg and Carol A. Kusch{\'e} and Mary Ann Pentz},
  journal={Prevention Science},
  year={2005},
  volume={7},
  pages={91-102}
}
Neuropsychology is one field that holds promise in the construction of comprehensive, developmental models for the promotion of social competence and prevention of problem behavior. Neuropsychological models of behavior suggest that children's neurological functioning affects the regulation of strong emotions, as well as performance in social, cognitive, and behavioral spheres. The current study examines the underlying neurocognitive conceptual theory of action of one social-emotional… CONTINUE READING

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