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Derrik Motz; Scott Rathwell; Bettina Callary; Bradley William Young – Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 2024
The Adult-Oriented Sport Coaching Survey (AOSCS) is a valid and reliable measure of coaches' and Masters athletes' perspectives of how often adult-oriented coaching practices are used. However, Masters athletes' heterogenous traits have been acknowledged as barriers to generalizing research findings on coaching behaviors. Therefore, this study…
Descriptors: Athletes, Adults, Athletic Coaches, Age
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Hannah L. Whitehead; Mary-Claire Ball; Henry Brice; Sharon Wolf; Samuel Kembou; Amy Ogan; Kaja K. Jasinska – Child Development, 2024
Literacy and numeracy are correlated throughout development, however, our understanding of this relation is limited. We explored the predictors of literacy and numeracy covariance (i.e., shared fluency between literacy and numeracy) in children (N = 1167, girls = 563) in rural Côte d'Ivoire, with specific focus on how developmental timing of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Rural Education, Age, Children
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Shlomit Aharoni Lir; Liat Ayalon – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2024
This qualitative study explored the relationship between creativity, time, age, and the literary world among 16 award-winning Israeli writers in the second half of their lives. Based on data collected through in-depth interviews with the participants, the findings indicate that the writers' creativity in the second half of life was linked to…
Descriptors: Authors, Hebrew, Creativity, Time
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Susan Krauss Whitbourne; Lauren Marshall Bowen; Nina M. Silverstein; Joann M. Montepare; Jeffrey E. Stokes – Research in Higher Education, 2024
Population aging presents opportunities and challenges for higher education. Increasingly, age-diverse student populations are entering into or returning to postsecondary education; meanwhile, campuses are workplaces where faculty and staff are aging-in-place. Yet, age bias and discrimination continue to exist in institutions of higher education.…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Age, Age Groups, Inclusion
Stacy Jett Jess – ProQuest LLC, 2023
This qualitative descriptive study explored the experiences and perceptions of older, self-employed workers born before 1980 regarding computer self-efficacy related to communication technology before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. The findings of this study provided insight into their perception of age as an influencer on their use of…
Descriptors: Self Employment, Older Adults, Older Workers, Technology
Sarah Abigail Misha – ProQuest LLC, 2023
The purpose of this correlational quantitative study was to investigate the relationship between age and media literacy for postsecondary civics students in the northeastern United States. This study was significant by the methodological, theoretical, and practical implications it presents for educational approaches in teaching media literacy to…
Descriptors: College Students, Age, Media Literacy, Public Colleges
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Windsor, Tim D.; Abbott, Mandy J.; Cations, Monica; Howard, Alexis J.; Wilton-Harding, Bethany – International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2022
People reflect on their own aging, and this subjective awareness has an influence on developmental outcomes. Scholars have recently operationalized subjective aging in terms of awareness of age-related change (AARC), which captures awareness of both gains and losses. We examined associations of AARC-gains and AARC-losses with physical functioning,…
Descriptors: Age, Physical Health, Well Being, Age Differences
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Stephen L. Morgan; Jiwon Lee – Sociological Methods & Research, 2024
The linear dependence of age, period, and birth cohort is a challenge for the analysis of social change. With either repeated cross-sectional data or conventional panel data, raw change cannot be decomposed into over-time differences that are attributable to the effects of common experiences of alternative birth cohorts, features of the periods…
Descriptors: Surveys, Cohort Analysis, Data Interpretation, Observation
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Jacob W. Cohen; Bruce Ramphal; Mariah DeSerisy; Yihong Zhao; David Pagliaccio; Stan Colcombe; Michael P. Milham; Amy E. Margolis – Developmental Psychology, 2024
Brain age, a measure of biological aging in the brain, has been linked to psychiatric illness, principally in adult populations. Components of socioeconomic status (SES) associate with differences in brain structure and psychiatric risk across the lifespan. This study aimed to investigate the influence of SES on brain aging in childhood and…
Descriptors: Brain, Age, Socioeconomic Status, Anxiety
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David C. Mallinson; Felix Elwert; Deborah B. Ehrenthal – Early Child Development and Care, 2024
Adverse health events within families can harm children's development, including their early literacy. Using data from a longitudinal Wisconsin birth cohort, we estimated the spillover effect of younger siblings' gestational ages on older siblings' kindergarten-level literacy. We sampled 20,014 sibling pairs born during 2007-2010 who took…
Descriptors: Age, Siblings, Young Children, Kindergarten
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Adrià Fenoy; Michal Bojanowski; Miranda J. Lubbers – Field Methods, 2024
To estimate the distribution of the number of acquaintances of the members of a society, the network scale-up method asks survey respondents about the number of people they know with features for which national statistics are available. While many features have been used for this purpose, first names have been suggested to produce particularly low…
Descriptors: Surveys, Population Groups, Automation, Population Distribution
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Carter, Brittney L.; Apoux, Frédéric; Healy, Eric W. – Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2022
Purpose: A dual-task paradigm was implemented to investigate how noise type and sentence context may interact with age and hearing loss to impact word recall during speech recognition. Method: Three noise types with varying degrees of temporal/spectrotemporal modulation were used: speech-shaped noise, speech-modulated noise, and three-talker…
Descriptors: Acoustics, Semantics, Prediction, Sentences
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Pazhoohi, Farid; Kingstone, Alan – Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2022
Facial attractiveness in humans signals an individual's genetic condition, underlying physiology and health status, serving as a cue to one's mate value. The practice of wearing face masks for prevention of transmission of airborne infections may disrupt one's ability to evaluate facial attractiveness, and with it, cues to an individual's health…
Descriptors: Human Body, Perception, Interpersonal Attraction, Age
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Katherine Hendrickson – Voices of Reform, 2023
Students teaching students is widely accepted to be one of the most effective teaching methods with benefits for both the students teaching and those that are learning (Sorcinelli, 1991; Stigmar, 2016). Previous studies have found that students acting as instructors experience improved content knowledge and develop skills and confidence in…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Learner Engagement, Age Differences, Age
Justine Kate McConkey – ProQuest LLC, 2024
The purpose of this archival quantitative research study was to investigate the effects of relative age and eligibility for special education through third grade. This study further examined relative age as it related to gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and multilingual learner status on eligibility for special education under the…
Descriptors: Referral, Special Education, Eligibility, Age
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