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Wilhelm, Pascal; Pieters, Jules M. – Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 2007
In a course on biological psychology and neuropsychology, study questions were provided that also appeared as test questions in the course exam. This method was introduced to support students in active processing and reproduction of the study texts, and study planning. Data were gathered to test the hypothesis that study question use would be…
Descriptors: Neuropsychology, Academic Achievement, Biology, Psychology
Larsen, Jessica Maria – ProQuest LLC, 2011
Memory assessment can often alert practitioners and educators to learning problems children may be experiencing. Results of a memory assessment may indicate that a child has a specific memory deficit in verbal memory, visual memory, or both. Deficits in visual or verbal modes of memory could potentially have adverse effects on academic…
Descriptors: Learning Problems, Spelling, Academic Achievement, Memory
Psimas, J. Lynsey – ProQuest LLC, 2012
Current research regarding the neurocognitive construct of memory in children and adolescents within clinical populations is insufficient (Hughes & Graham, 2002). Controversial theories of memory have led to divergent hypotheses about the construct of memory. Based on current disparity regarding the theoretical paradigm of memory, it cannot be…
Descriptors: Test Validity, Memory, Cognitive Tests, Factor Structure
Hall, Morgan – ProQuest LLC, 2012
Many schools have adopted programming designed to promote students' behavioral aptitude. A specific type of programming with this focus is School Wide Positive Behavior Supports (SWPBS), which combines positive behavior techniques with a system wide problem solving model. Aspects of this model are still being developed in the research…
Descriptors: Behavior Modification, Positive Reinforcement, Teaching Methods, Student Behavior
Garcia-Ramirez, Eduardo – ProQuest LLC, 2010
Proper Names appear at the heart of several debates in philosophy and the cognitive sciences. These include "reference", "intentionality", and the nature of "belief" as well as "language acquisition", "cognitive development", and "memory". This dissertation follows a cognitive approach to the philosophical problems posed by proper names. It puts…
Descriptors: Psycholinguistics, Semantics, Racial Differences, Neuropsychology
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Maupin, Angela N.; Roginiel, Aliya C.; Rutherford, Helena J. V.; Mayes, Linda C. – New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 2016
The transition to parenthood marks a significant developmental period for the mother. Clinical and preclinical studies evidence neural and hormonal changes that support maternal behavior that is critical to infant survival and development. These changes suggest marked plasticity as a result of reproduction in the mother. Furthermore, multiple…
Descriptors: Child Care, Neuropsychology, Family Size, Mothers
Canada, Patricia Oxendine – ProQuest LLC, 2012
In response to the mandates of No Child Left Behind, (NCLB), educators across the country struggle to close the gaps between males and females. Some of the physiological differences existing between the male and female brain suggest support for single-gender instruction, which is on the rise within this country as well as other parts of the world.…
Descriptors: Scores, Comparative Analysis, Comparative Testing, Gender Differences
Schneider, Dana Lynn – ProQuest LLC, 2012
After multiple reviews of the literature, which documented that multiple cognitive processes may be involved in mathematics ability and disability, Geary (1993) proposed a model that included three subtypes of math disability: Semantic, Procedural, and Visuospatial. A review of the extant literature produced three studies that examined Geary's…
Descriptors: Predictor Variables, Computation, Children, Early Adolescents
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Clement, Pierre; Mouelhi, Lassaad; Kochkar, Momahed; Valanides, Nicos; Nisiforou, Olia; Thiaw, Seyni Mame; Ndiaye, Valdiodio; Jeanbart, Paula; Horvath, Daniel; Ferreira, Claudia; Carvalho, Graca S. – Science Education International, 2010
In the human brain, the neuronal pathways are networks which support our learning, memory and thought, and which work with permanent feedback. However, only 19% of illustrations of these neuronal pathways, in the 55 analysed school textbooks coming from 15 countries, were showing feedbacks. The neuronal pathways related to movements were generally…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Textbook Content, Textbooks, Ideology
Bennett, Jennifer – ProQuest LLC, 2012
Verbal fluency tasks are used extensively in clinical settings because of their sensitivity to a wide variety of disorders, including cognitive decline and dementia, and their usefulness in differential diagnoses. However, the effects of bilingualism on neuropsychological assessment, and verbal fluency in particular, are currently not completely…
Descriptors: Phonemes, Bilingualism, Hispanic Americans, Role
Howarth, Robyn Ann – ProQuest LLC, 2010
Word-retrieval and rapid naming abilities play an important role in language processing and cognitive development. Researchers have demonstrated that early language difficulties may lead to later reading impairments and several decades of research has convincingly demonstrated that rapid automatized naming is a powerful predictor of concurrent and…
Descriptors: Reading Difficulties, Intervention, Reading Fluency, Dyslexia
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Holmes, Virginia M.; Babauta, Mariko L. – Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2005
Neuropsychological models postulate that the memory representation acquired for use in reading words is separate from the one acquired for use in spelling, while developmental models assume that the same representation is developed for access in both reading and spelling. The dual-representation model contends that there is often more precise…
Descriptors: Reading Skills, Spelling, Neuropsychology, Memory
Travis, John – Science News, 1999
Examines the role of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), a clear, colorless liquid that constantly bathes the brain and spinal cord. Scientists argue that cerebrospinal fluid carries important signals for sleep, appetite, and sex. Evaluates past and current research documenting the purpose of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain. (CCM)
Descriptors: Brain Hemisphere Functions, Neurological Organization, Neuropsychology, Physiology