The contribution of executive functioning to academic achievement among male adolescents.

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Recent factor analytic work suggests that the dimensions of conceptual flexibility, monitoring, and inhibition are distinguishable under the executive functioning (EF) umbrella. We examine relations between these constructs and performances on academic achievement tests among a sample of 11-16-year-old males (N = 151). EF contributed to the prediction of… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/13803390903164363

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@article{Latzman2010TheCO, title={The contribution of executive functioning to academic achievement among male adolescents.}, author={Robert D. Latzman and Natasha Elkovitch and John Young and L. A. Clark}, journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology}, year={2010}, volume={32 5}, pages={455-62} }