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Demir, Defne; Skouteris, Helen – Early Child Development and Care, 2010
The overall aim of the experiment reported here was to establish whether self-recognition in live video can be facilitated when live video training is provided to children aged 2-2.5 years. While the majority of children failed the test of live self-recognition prior to video training, more than half exhibited live self-recognition post video…
Descriptors: Young Children, Recognition (Psychology), Video Technology, Training
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Dunphy-Lelii, Sarah; Wellman, Henry M. – Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 2012
Achieving a sense of self is a crucial task of ordinary development. With which aspects of self do children with autism have particular difficulty? Two prior studies concluded that children with autism are unimpaired in delayed self-recognition; we confirm and clarify this conclusion by examining it in conjunction with another key aspect of self…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Autism, Games, Memory
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Waugh, Whitney E.; Brownell, Celia A. – Early Child Development and Care, 2015
To better understand young children's ability to communicate about their bodies, toddlers' comprehension and production of 27 common body-part words was assessed using parental report at 20 and 30 months (n?=?64), and self-awareness was assessed using mirror self-recognition. Children at both ages comprehended more body-part words that referred to…
Descriptors: Language Acquisition, Human Body, Vocabulary Development, Toddlers
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Bruce, Susan; Parnell, Elizabeth Pike; Zayyad, Muhammad – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2008
Many teachers of children with disabilities incorporate photographs of people during the school day as part of daily schedules, choice-making, attendance, and turn-taking opportunities. They often hold the expectation that the child with disabilities will be able to discriminate the photographs of others from a self-photograph. It is important to…
Descriptors: Photography, Disabilities, Recognition (Psychology), Self Concept
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Harwood, Debra; Tukonic, Stephanie – International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 2016
Self-constructed perceptions of early childhood educator professionalism were explored in a small-scale mixed-method survey using convenience sampling. Fifty-four educators in Ontario, Canada participated in the study and shared their views related to professionalism. A mixed-methodology was employed using an electronic questionnaire composed of…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Preschool Teachers, Mixed Methods Research, Foreign Countries
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Wang, Ching-Yeh; Tsai, Meng-Jung – Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 2017
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationships between the self-efficacies and the attitudes toward Web-based Recipe Learning (WRL) of 296 culinary college students in Taiwan. Factors of the WRL Self-Efficacy Scale and the WRL Attitudes Scale were identified in this study using exploratory factor analyses. Both scales showed a good…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Cooking Instruction, Nutrition Instruction, Web Based Instruction
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Nath, Vandana – International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 2017
This study examines the factors that shape calling orientations within the Indian context. Based on the narratives of 72 junior doctors and medical interns, it is found that participants identify with harbouring a calling both prior and subsequent to occupational entry. Although factors such as self-recognition of talent and sensemaking of work as…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Career Choice, Occupational Aspiration, Physicians
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Sodian, Beate; Kristen-Antonow, Susanne – Developmental Psychology, 2015
Theories of social-cognitive development have attributed a foundational role to declarative joint attention. The present longitudinal study of 83 children, who were assessed on a battery of social-cognitive tasks at multiple measurement points from the age of 12 to 50 months, tested a predictive model of theory of mind (false-belief…
Descriptors: Theory of Mind, Young Children, Foreign Countries, Perspective Taking
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Ma, Yina; Han, Shihui – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2010
Human adults usually respond faster to their own faces rather than to those of others. We tested the hypothesis that an implicit positive association (IPA) with self mediates self-advantage in face recognition through 4 experiments. Using a self-concept threat (SCT) priming that associated the self with negative personal traits and led to a…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Priming, Recognition (Psychology), Social Cognition
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Lewis, Michael; Ramsay, Douglas – Child Development, 2004
This study examined the relation of visual self-recognition to personal pronoun use and pretend play. For a longitudinal sample (N66) at the ages when self-recognition was emerging (15, 18, and 21 months), self-recognition was related to personal pronoun use and pretend play such that children showing self-recognition used more personal pronouns…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Play, Form Classes (Languages), Toddlers
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Lind, Sophie E.; Bowler, Dermot M. – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2009
This study aimed to investigate temporally extended self-awareness (awareness of one's place in and continued existence through time) in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), using the delayed self-recognition (DSR) paradigm (Povinelli et al., Child Development 67:1540-1554, 1996). Relative to age and verbal ability matched comparison children, children…
Descriptors: Autism, Verbal Ability, Child Development, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Naito, Mika; Suzuki, Toshiko – Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2011
This study investigated the development of the ability to reflect on one's personal past and future. A total of 64 4- to 6-year-olds received tasks of delayed self-recognition, source memory, delay of gratification, and a newly developed task of future-oriented action timing. Although children's performance on delayed self-recognition, source…
Descriptors: Delay of Gratification, Memory, Verbal Ability, Thinking Skills
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Conrad, Nicole J.; Kennedy, Kathleen; Saoud, Wafa; Scallion, Laura; Hanusiak, Laura – Journal of Research in Reading, 2019
Skilled reading involves rapid and automatic word recognition. Through a self-teaching process, phonological decoding during reading is thought to establish the word-specific representations in memory that support efficient word reading. Much is known about orthographic learning during reading; less is understood about this process during…
Descriptors: Spelling, Reading Processes, Word Recognition, Phonology
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Reddy, Vasudevi; Williams, Emma; Costantini, Cristina; Lan, Britta – Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice, 2010
Children with autism achieve mirror self-recognition appropriate to developmental age, but are nonetheless reported to have problems in other aspects of a sense of self. We observed behaviour in the mirror in 12 pre-school children with autism, 13 pre-school children with Down syndrome (DS) and 13 typically developing (TD) toddlers. Reliable…
Descriptors: Autism, Down Syndrome, Preschool Children, Comparative Analysis
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Dissanayake, Cheryl; Shembrey, Joh; Suddendorf, Thomas – Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice, 2010
Two studies are reported which investigate delayed video self-recognition (DSR) in children with autistic disorder and Asperger's disorder relative to one another and to their typically developing peers. A secondary aim was to establish whether DSR ability is dependent on metarepresentational ability. Children's verbal and affective responses to…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Video Technology
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