Using Developmental, Cognitive, and Neuroscience Approaches to Understand Executive Control in Young Children

@article{Espy2004UsingDC,
  title={Using Developmental, Cognitive, and Neuroscience Approaches to Understand Executive Control in Young Children},
  author={K. Espy},
  journal={Developmental Neuropsychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={26},
  pages={379 - 384}
}
  • K. Espy
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Developmental Neuropsychology
  • The 7 articles in this special issue address the nature of executive control in young children. Executive control is framed in a developmental context, where the unique aspects of cognition in this age range are considered. The set of articles demonstrates the multidisciplinary approaches to study cognition in young children that includes application of cognitive, neuroscience, and developmental paradigms in typically developing youngsters, as well as those affected by clinical conditions, such… CONTINUE READING
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