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The problem of model selection uncertainty in structural equation modeling.Page 1-14Preacher, Kristopher J.;Merkle, Edgar C.
Selecting a linear mixed model for longitudinal data: Repeated measures analysis of variance, covariance pattern model, and growth curve approaches.Page 15-30Liu, Siwei;Rovine, Michael J.;Molenaar, Peter C. M.
Defining and distinguishing validity: Interpretations of score meaning and justifications of test use.Page 31-43Cizek, Gregory J.
A time-varying effect model for intensive longitudinal data.Page 61-77Tan, Xianming;Shiyko, Mariya P.;Li, Runze;Li, Yuelin;Dierker, Lisa
The design and analysis of state-trace experiments.Page 78-99Prince, Melissa;Brown, Scott;Heathcote, Andrew
Clusterwise simultaneous component analysis for analyzing structural differences in multivariate multiblock data.Page 100-119De Roover, Kim;Ceulemans, Eva;Timmerman, Marieke E.;Vansteelandt, Kristof;Stouten, Jeroen;Onghena, Patrick
Publication bias in psychological science: Prevalence, methods for identifying and controlling, and implications for the use of meta-analyses.Page 120-128Ferguson, Christopher J.;Brannick, Michael T.
Publication bias in psychological science: Comment on Ferguson and Brannick (2012).Page 129-136Rothstein, Hannah R.;Bushman, Brad J.
The following articles have been published online this week before they appear in a final print and online issue of Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition:
Feature migration in time: Reflection of selective attention on speech errors.Nozari, Nazbanou;Dell, Gary S.doi: 10.1037/a0026933
A processing approach to the working memory/long-term memory distinction: Evidence from the levels-of-processing span task.Rose, Nathan S.;Craik, Fergus I. M.doi: 10.1037/a0026976
Can survival processing enhance story memory? Testing the generalizability of the adaptive memory framework.Seamon, John G.;Bohn, Justin M.;Coddington, Inslee E.;Ebling, Maritza C.;Grund, Ethan M.;Haring, Catherine T.;Jang, Sue-Jung;Kim, Daniel;Liong, Christopher;Paley, Frances M.;Pang, Luke K.;Siddique, Ashik H.doi: 10.1037/a0027090
Reassessing Critiques of the Independent Probe Method for Studying Inhibition.Huddleston, Ean;Anderson, Michael C.doi: 10.1037/a0027092
Maintenance rehearsal: The key to the role attention plays in storage and forgetting.McFarlane, Kimberley A.;Humphreys, Michael S.doi: 10.1037/a0026783
Post-stop-signal adjustments: Inhibition improves subsequent inhibition.Bissett, Patrick G.;Logan, Gordon D.doi: 10.1037/a0026778
Semantics boosts syntax in artificial grammar learning tasks with recursion.Fedor, Anna;Varga, Máté;Szathmáry, Eörsdoi: 10.1037/a0026986
Emotion Words Affect Eye Fixations During Reading.Scott, Graham G.;O'Donnell, Patrick J.;Sereno, Sara C.doi: 10.1037/a0027209
Retroactive Interference Effects in Implicit Memory.Eakin, Deborah K.;Smith, Robertdoi: 10.1037/a0027208
The failure of deactivating intentions: Aftereffects of completed intentions in the repeated prospective memory cue paradigm.Walser, Moritz;Fischer, Rico;Goschke, Thomasdoi: 10.1037/a0027000
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Training the brain: Practical applications of neural plasticity from the intersection of cognitive neuroscience, developmental psychology, and prevention science.Page 87-100Bryck, Richard L.;Fisher, Philip A.
Beyond positive psychology? Toward a contextual view of psychological processes and well-being.Page 101-110McNulty, James K.;Fincham, Frank D.
Public skepticism of psychology: Why many people perceive the study of human behavior as unscientific.Page 111-129Lilienfeld, Scott O.
Correction to Nisbett et al. (2012).Page 129Nisbett, Richard E.;Aronson, Joshua;Blair, Clancy;Dickens, William;Flynn, James;Halpern, Diane F.;Turkheimer, Eric
Intelligence: New findings and theoretical developments.Page 130-159Nisbett, Richard E.;Aronson, Joshua;Blair, Clancy;Dickens, William;Flynn, James;Halpern, Diane F.;Turkheimer, Eric
Herschel Weldon Leibowitz (1925–2011).Page 160Harvey Jr., Lewis O.
Bartley Gore Hoebel (1935–2011).Page 161Gross, Charles
Marianne L. Simmel (1923–2010).Page 162Golomb, Claire
Laurence Binet Brown (1927–2011).Page 162Fuchs, Alfred H.
APA Journal alerts for:
Journal of Educational Psychology
Predicting Early Academic Failure in High School From Prior Academic Achievement, Psychosocial Characteristics, and Behavior.Casillas, Alex;Robbins, Steve;Allen, Jeff;Kuo, Yi-Lung;Hanson, Mary Ann;Schmeiser, Cynthiadoi: 10.1037/a0027180
Finding Similarities and Differences in the Solutions of Word Problems.Reed, Stephen K.;Stebick, Sara;Comey, Brittany;Carroll, Donjadoi: 10.1037/a0027181
Reader–Text Interactions: How Differential Text and Question Types Influence Cognitive Skills Needed for Reading Comprehension.Eason, Sarah H.;Goldberg, Lindsay F.;Young, Katherine M.;Geist, Megan C.;Cutting, Laurie E.doi: 10.1037/a0027182
"The Snake Raised Its Head": Content Novelty Alters the Reading Performance of Students At Risk for Reading Disabilities and ADHD.Beike, Suzanne M.;Zentall, Sydney S.doi: 10.1037/a0027216
Perceived Competence Moderates the Relation Between Performance-Approach and Performance-Avoidance Goals.Law, Wilbert;Elliot, Andrew J.;Murayama, Koudoi: 10.1037/a0027179
Why Does Parents' Involvement Enhance Children's Achievement? The Role of Parent-Oriented Motivation.Cheung, Cecilia Sin-Sze;Pomerantz, Eva M.doi: 10.1037/a0027183
- A new issue is available:
Switching on and switching off in mathematics: An ecological study of future intent and disengagement among middle school students.Page 1-18Martin, Andrew J.;Anderson, Judy;Bobis, Janette;Way, Jennifer;Vellar, Rosemary
Relationships among adolescents' perceptions of friends' behaviors, academic self-concept, and math performance.Page 19-31Jones, Martin H.;Audley-Piotrowski, Shannon R.;Kiefer, Sarah M.
Patterns of motivation beliefs: Combining achievement goal and expectancy-value perspectives.Page 32-47Conley, AnneMarie M.
Are materialistic teenagers less motivated to learn? Cross-sectional and longitudinal evidence from the United Kingdom and Hong Kong.Page 74-86Ku, Lisbeth;Dittmar, Helga;Banerjee, Robin
Psychologically controlling teaching: Examining outcomes, antecedents, and mediators.Page 108-120Soenens, Bart;Sierens, Eline;Vansteenkiste, Maarten;Dochy, Filip;Goossens, Luc
Maternal mediation of word writing in Chinese across Hong Kong and Beijing.Page 121-137Lin, Dan;McBride-Chang, Catherine;Aram, Dorit;Shu, Hua;Levin, Iris;Cho, Jeung-Ryeul
Setting lower limits high: The role of boundary goals in achievement motivation.Page 138-149Corker, Katherine S.;Donnellan, M. Brent
Teachers' relatedness with students: An underemphasized component of teachers' basic psychological needs.Page 150-165Klassen, Robert M.;Perry, Nancy E.;Frenzel, Anne C.
Prevalence and nature of late-emerging poor readers.Page 166-181Catts, Hugh W.;Compton, Donald;Tomblin, J. Bruce;Bridges, Mindy Sittner
Online tutoring as a pivotal quality of web-based early literacy programs.Page 182-192Kegel, Cornelia A. T.;Bus, Adriana G.
Unraveling the mystery of mirror writing in typically developing children.Page 193-205Fischer, Jean-Paul;Tazouti, Youssef
Mathematical cognition deficits in children with learning disabilities and persistent low achievement: A five-year prospective study.Page 206-223Geary, David C.;Hoard, Mary K.;Nugent, Lara;Bailey, Drew H.
Predicting first graders' development of calculation versus word-problem performance: The role of dynamic assessment.Page 224-234Seethaler, Pamela M.;Fuchs, Lynn S.;Fuchs, Douglas;Compton, Donald L.
Narrative games for learning: Testing the discovery and narrative hypotheses.Page 235-249Adams, Deanne M.;Mayer, Richard E.;MacNamara, Andrew;Koenig, Alan;Wainess, Richard
Verbal redundancy in multimedia learning environments: A meta-analysis.Page 250-263Adesope, Olusola O.;Nesbit, John C.
School Neuro News: January/February, 2012
What's new from www.schoolneuropsych.com? A message from Daniel C. Miller, Ph.D., ABPP, ABSNP, NCSP
New www.schoolneuropsych.com Website LaunchedAfter a year's work, KIDS, Inc. was pleased to launch a new version of the www.schoolneuropsych.com website, The look and feel of the website has been enhanced. For registered users on the previous site, your username and password have changed. If you did not receive an email from us with your new login information let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Many of the new features are invisible to our users but are designed to make us more productive and to help us manage your interactions with our company. We are now offering credit card payments for Alumni Website Renewals and for making deposits and payments for the School Neuropsychology Training Program and the Summer Institute.
Two new paid CE/CPD Modules were added to the website. Dr. Elaine-Fletcher Janzen has a 4 hour webinar on the Neuropsychology of Chronic Illness (with a focus on diabetes, asthma, and seizure disorders). I would also highly recommend that you invite your school psychologist colleagues to view Dr. Flanagan's updated webinar or Dr. Hale's webinar, both of which address how to use neuropsychological assessment to identify patterns of strengths and weaknesses in children suspected of having specific learning disabilities.
Take time to visit the revised www.schoolneuropsych.com website and bookmark it to keep up with new trainings and resources related to school neuropsychology.
July 11-13, 2012 School Neuropsychology Summer Institute Speakers FinalizedWednesday, July 11, 2012
- Full Day Preconference Workshop: Dr. George McCloskey - Understanding Executive Functions: From Theories, Assessment, and Interventions
- Keynote Presentation: Drs. Alan and Nadeen Kaufman and Dr. Elaine Fletcher-Janzen - The Role of Cognitive Assessment in Intervention Planning: Historical to Contemporary Practices
Thursday, July 12, 2012
- Dr. Margaret Semrud-Clikeman - Nonverbal Learning Disabilities: In the Eye of the Beholder?
- Using neuropsychology processing deficits to identify Specific Learning Disabilities: Oregon Models - Jim Hanson and Karen Apgar
- Dr. David Schwartz - Making School Neuropsychological Reports Relevant to Curriculum and Instruction
- Dr. Jack Naglieri - Using PASS Neurocognitive Theory and Cognitive Assessment System: From Evaluation to Instruction
Friday, July 13, 2012
- Dr. Christopher G. Vaughan - Concussion Recognition and Response
- Dr. Sam Goldstein - Executive Functions and Childhood Disorders: New Assessments and Interventions
- Drs. Erin Avirett and Jordana Mortimer - Updates on Executive Functioning: How to Incorporate the Most Recent Literature on Executive Functioning into Practice
- Dr. Daniel C. Miller - Update on the School Neuropsychology Conceptual Model and School Neuropsychology Report Shell
Check all of the Summer Institute details at http://www.schoolneuropsych.com/conferences/index.php?id=6.
Online Registration Starts March 1, 2012
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