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Davidoff, Jules – Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2006
In their lead articles, both Kowalski and Zimiles (2006) and O'Hanlon and Roberson (2006) declare a general relation between color term knowledge and the ability to conceptually represent color. Kowalski and Zimiles, in particular, argue for a priority for the conceptual representation in color term acquisition. The complexities of the interaction…
Descriptors: Color, Neuropsychology, Cognitive Processes, Concept Formation
Fletcher, Jack M.; Lyon, G. Reid; Fuchs, Lynn S.; Barnes, Marcia A. – Guilford Press, 2018
Presenting major advances in understanding learning disabilities (LDs) and describing effective educational practices, this authoritative volume has been significantly revised and expanded with more than 70% new material. Foremost LD experts identify effective principles of assessment and instruction within the framework of multi-tiered systems of…
Descriptors: Learning Disabilities, Intervention, Identification, Evidence Based Practice
Tzavaras, A.; Goldblum, Marie-Claire – Langages, 1972
Special issue devoted to neurolinguistics and neuropsychology. (VM)
Descriptors: Aphasia, Color, Language Handicaps, Language Research
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Green, Jennifer A. K.; Goswami, Usha – Cognition, 2008
Grapheme-color synesthesia, when achromatic digits evoke an experience of a specific color (photisms), has been shown to be consistent, involuntary, and linked with number concept in adults, yet there have been no comparable investigations with children. We present a systematic study of grapheme-color synesthesia in children aged between 7 and 15…
Descriptors: Neuropsychology, Graphemes, Number Concepts, Cognitive Processes
Goldstein, Sam, Ed.; Reynolds, Cecil R., Ed. – Guilford Press, 2010
Recognized as the definitive reference in the field, this book addresses a broad range of biologically based disorders that affect children's learning and development. Leading authorities review the genetics of each disorder; its course and outcome; associated developmental, cognitive, and psychosocial challenges; and what clinicians and educators…
Descriptors: Neurological Impairments, Learning Problems, Behavior Problems, Genetics
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Bub, Daniel N.; Masson, Michael E. J. – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2010
We examined automatic spatial alignment effects evoked by handled objects. Using color as the relevant cue carried by an irrelevant handled object aligned or misaligned with the response hand, responses to color were faster when the handle aligned with the response hand. Alignment effects were observed only when the task was to make a reach and…
Descriptors: Spatial Ability, Manipulative Materials, Object Manipulation, Stimuli
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Fortier-Gauthier, Ulysse; Moffat, Nicolas; Dell'Acqua, Robert; McDonald, John J.; Jolicoeur, Pierre – Neuropsychologia, 2012
We studied brain activity during retention and retrieval phases of two visual short-term memory (VSTM) experiments. Experiment 1 used a balanced memory array, with one color stimulus in each hemifield, followed by a retention interval and a central probe, at the fixation point that designated the target stimulus in memory about which to make a…
Descriptors: Evidence, Neurology, Short Term Memory, Brain
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Grey, Earl – Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, 2010
A large body of research has indicated that rational emotive behavioral therapy (REBT) is highly effective for treating many chief complaints. Because of the neurological and developmental limitations of young children, a counselor is required to use concrete and stimulating ways to treat young children. By incorporating art, color, and texture to…
Descriptors: Children, Psychotherapy, Neuropsychology, Mental Health
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Simor, Peter; Pajkossy, Peter; Horvath, Klara; Bodizs, Robert – Brain and Cognition, 2012
Nightmare disorder is a prevalent parasomnia characterized by vivid and highly unpleasant dream experiences during night time sleep. The neural background of disturbed dreaming was proposed to be associated with impaired prefrontal and fronto-limbic functioning during REM sleep. We hypothesized that the impaired prefrontal and fronto-limbic…
Descriptors: Stimuli, Semantics, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes
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Lupyan, Gary; Mirman, Daniel; Hamilton, Roy; Thompson-Schill, Sharon L. – Cognition, 2012
Humans have an unparalleled ability to represent objects as members of multiple categories. A given object, such as a pillow may be--depending on current task demands--represented as an instance of something that is soft, as something that contains feathers, as something that is found in bedrooms, or something that is larger than a toaster. This…
Descriptors: Evidence, Reading Difficulties, Stimulation, Classification
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Biesmans, K. E.; Aken, L.; Frunt, E. M. J.; Wingbermühle, P. A. M.; Egger, J. I. M. – Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 2019
Background: Assessment of intelligence and executive function (EF) is common in complex neuropsychiatric practice. Although previous studies have shown that EF and intelligence are related, it is unknown whether these constructs relate to one another in a similar manner across different ability groups (mild intellectual disability, borderline…
Descriptors: Intelligence, Executive Function, Psychiatry, Correlation
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Cid-Sillero, Sandra; Santiago-Ramajo, Sandra; Martín-Lobo, María Pilar – Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology, 2018
Introduction: One of the lines of research that has aroused great interest in recent years has been to determine the role played by certain cognitive abilities in academic performance. This article describes the relationship between executive functions (interference, flexibility and planning) and empathy and their influence on the academic…
Descriptors: Correlation, Executive Function, Empathy, Academic Achievement
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Kuruyer, Hayriye Gül; Akyol, Hayati; Karli Oguz, Kader; Has, Arzu Ceylan – International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 2017
The main purpose of the current study is to explain the effect of an enrichment reading program on the cognitive processes and neural structures of children experiencing reading difficulties. The current study was carried out in line with a single-subject research method and the between-subjects multiple probe design belonging to this method. This…
Descriptors: Reading Difficulties, Reading Programs, Cognitive Processes, Enrichment Activities
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Friedman, Ronald S.; Forster, Jens – Psychological Bulletin, 2010
A large and growing number of studies support the notion that arousing positive emotional states expand, and that arousing negative states constrict, the scope of attention on both the perceptual and conceptual levels. However, these studies have predominantly involved the manipulation or measurement of conscious emotional experiences (e.g.,…
Descriptors: Cues, Social Cognition, Emotional Experience, Measurement
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Demeyere, Nele; Humphreys, Glyn W. – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2007
Evidence is presented for 2 modes of attention operating in simultanagnosia. The authors examined visual enumeration in a patient, GK, who has severe impairments in serially scanning across a scene and is unable to count the numbers of items in visual displays. However, GK's ability to judge the relative magnitude of 2 displays was consistently…
Descriptors: Numbers, Visual Stimuli, Neuropsychology, Attention
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