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Tingting Xie; Huan Ma; Lijuan Wang; Yanfei Du – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2024
This study explored the impacts of enactment and motor imagery on working memory for instructions in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), children with intellectual disability (ID) and typically developing (TD) children. The participants were asked to hear (hearing condition), imagine enacting (motor imagery condition) and actually enact…
Descriptors: Psychomotor Skills, Imagery, Short Term Memory, Autism Spectrum Disorders
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Hassanein, Zeinab M.; Barker, Alexander B.; Murray, Rachael L.; Britton, John; Agrawal, Sanjay; Leonardi-Bee, Jo – Health Education & Behavior, 2022
Prevention of smoking uptake in young people is an essential public health target. We have previously reported a systematic review and meta-analysis of the effect of exposure to smoking imagery in films on the risk of smoking uptake in young people. This study updates that review, and includes studies of the effects of exposure to media vaping…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Smoking, Films, Mass Media Role
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Malhotra, Bani; Gussak, David E. – Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 2023
This practice paper demonstrates an art therapy session that revealed the internalized monstrous and demonic identities amongst those who have sexually offended. Several of the participants represented their shadow-self as: (1) nebulous demonic self-representations, (2) internalized monstrous selves as hurtful or uncontrolled, or (3) a dichotomy…
Descriptors: Art Therapy, Self Concept, Sexual Abuse, Criminals
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Bowen, Neil Evan Jon Anthony; Hopper, Derek – TESOL Quarterly: A Journal for Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages and of Standard English as a Second Dialect, 2023
Ensuring adequate inclusivity in educational materials is a matter of ethics and fairness, as well as a means to maximize learning processes. Yet, over the last thirty years, research has continually shown that English language teaching/learning textbooks present material that favors the representation of Whites over other races. To investigate if…
Descriptors: Race, Imagery, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning
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Li, Degao; Song, Dangui; Wang, Tao – Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2020
To compare the influences of concreteness and imageability on Chinese two-character (2C) word recognition, two experiments were conducted in a primed task on a cohort of skilled readers. In addition to PRIME (2C words or their transposed constituent characters) and DIRECTION (forward or backward collocations between prime words and targets),…
Descriptors: Chinese, Word Recognition, Imagery, Psycholinguistics
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Wu, Changcheng; Jing, Bin; Gong, Xue; Ma, Xunzhou – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2023
Background: Zoomorphism, an obverse of conventional anthropomorphism, has been shown in many cases to be a powerful tool with respect to the metaphorical use of animals. Objectives: This study introduced zoomorphism into the instructional video design of pedagogical agents (PAs). Method: We first developed three image sets, each of which…
Descriptors: Instructional Films, Imagery, Animals, Instructional Design
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Comfort, Ryan N. – Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 2023
Drawing from research on media sociology and environmental values, the present study compares the visual content shared on Facebook by state and Ojibwe natural resource management agencies in the Great Lakes region. The study examines whether the image content most frequently shared by these agencies suggests similarities or differences in value…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Social Media, Imagery, Content Analysis
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Moses, Lindsey; Serafini, Frank – Literacy, 2022
This study investigates the ways in which first graders utilised a variety of semiotic resources when authoring nonfiction compositions during a nonfiction genre writing unit of study. Grounded in social semiotics and multimodality theories, the study uses a case study approach to explore the text, image and design resources used in students'…
Descriptors: Grade 1, Nonfiction, Semiotics, Writing Assignments
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Hughes, Jason; Hughes, Kahryn; Sykes, Grace; Wright, Katy – International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 2020
We centrally consider the question of what interview data can be used to 'say' through a dialogue with advocates of the 'radical critique' of interview studies. We propose that while the critique has considerable utility in drawing to 'the social life of interviews' and the pervasiveness of notions of the 'romantic subject', it simultaneously goes…
Descriptors: Interviews, Data Use, Criticism, Imagery
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Adharamadinka, Muhammad; Junaidy, Deny Willy – Education and Information Technologies, 2023
This study used the verbal protocol method to examine differences in perceptions of spatial mental imagery between students and studio lecturers and between clients and designers/architects, which lead to interpretational bias between groups of respondents regarding interior spaces. Individual perceptions of virtual space dimensions were captured…
Descriptors: Spatial Ability, Schemata (Cognition), Imagery, Computer Simulation
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dos Santos, Giovana Blitzkow Scucato; Mello, Débora Amaral Taveira; Neves, Marcos Cesar Danhoni – Science & Education, 2022
In this article, we analyze images from the book "Our Friend the Atom," written by the astrophysicist Heinz Haber in 1957 and developed in the Disney Science Department. In addition to analyzing the work, we investigate its relevance for science education. After the US attack on two Japanese cities with atomic bombs, there was a…
Descriptors: Imagery, Science Materials, Books, Energy
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Lucas, David, Jr. – SANE Journal: Sequential Art Narrative in Education, 2022
This paper attempts to provide a new understanding of the gutter and how it is used to significant effect in Gene Luen Yang's, Boxers & Saints. This research draws upon the work of Scott McCloud to establish a framework for the theoretical applications of the gutter. Most prior research focuses on the gutter within the page. This article…
Descriptors: Reading Research, Cartoons, Novels, Reader Text Relationship
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Hämäläinen, Nora – Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2022
In the past few years, we have seen emerging new work that brings into focus the role of historical change and its moral implications in Iris Murdoch's philosophy. This paper strengthens this reading of her work and investigates the implications of this aspect of Murdoch's thinking for education in general and for moral education in particular. It…
Descriptors: Ethics, Educational Philosophy, Social Change, Moral Development
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Hamilton L. Hardison – Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12, 2024
A one-degree angle would certainly be difficult to draw accurately, especially without the aid of other tools like a protractor. However, mentally making a one-degree angle in visualized imagination is not only possible, but it is important for students' emergent understandings of angular measure. When students begin learning about length,…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Visualization, Mathematics Instruction, Elementary Secondary Education
Taran Cardone – ProQuest LLC, 2023
This study focuses on better understanding students and their internal worlds through conceptual metaphor theory and sensory language. Using a phenomenological and arts-based approach, I examined students' metaphorical constructions of their college experiences and the sensory language and information informing those constructions. By engaging…
Descriptors: Figurative Language, Educational Experience, Language Usage, Student Attitudes
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