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Mental capacity and executive strategies among Zulu-speaking children.
The poor school performance among black children in South Africa is best understood by focussing on the generative mechanisms which underlie performance. This research was undertaken within Pascual-Leone's neo-Piagetian ...
A cross-cultural investigation of the interpersonal relations and social milieu of Indian and white gifted children.
Abstract not available.
Executive training and mental capacity: an investigation of the role of arousal and temporal executives in facilitating performance.
The present study forms part of a continual process of ongoing research based on the assumptions and principles of Pascual-Leone's neo-Piagetian Theory of Constructive Operators. Pascual-Leone proposes a model of ...
An Investigation into the use of information-gathering strategies in the acquisition of language.
It is proposed that young children who already have some degree of linguistic ability will use various verbal information-gathering strategies to enhance that ability. Specifically, it is suggested that such children ...
Brief visual memory processes in reading disabled children.
The information processing approach was used as a basis for studying some brief visual memory processes in reading disabled children. Three aspects of processing were examined, viz. (i) Duration of icon persistence; (ii) ...
Childrens' justification of preference for other childrens' drawings.
The present study sought to establish the justifications of preference offered by children when evaluating other children's drawings. The sample consisted of seventy children, divided into seven age groups, of 6 to 12 ...
An interview study of black South African children's knowledge about memory.
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