The End of Theory: The Data Deluge Makes the Scientific Method Obsolete
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J Claeys - Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2013Abstract The practice of individual assessment has been moving toward the empirically
derived Cattell–Horn–Carroll (CHC) theory of intellectual ability, which offers a hierarchical
taxonomy of cognitive abilities. Current assessment tools provide varying adherence to ...
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TW Curby, LL Brock, BK Hamre - Early Education & Development, 2013Research Findings: It is widely acknowledged that consistent, high-quality teacher–student
interactions promote optimal developmental outcomes for children. Previous research on the
quality of teacher–student interactions provides empirical support for this premise. Little ...
Intelligent Testing with Wechsler's Fourth Editions:: Perspectives on the Weiss et al. Studies and the Eight CommentariesAS Kaufman - Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2013Abstract The two featured articles and eight commentaries on the WISC-IV (Wechsler, 2003)
and WAIS-IV (Wechsler, 2008) in this special issue of Journal of Psychoeducational
Assessment are of exceptional quality. As a collective, this special issue greatly advances ...JK Kidd, AG Carlson, KM Gadzichowski, CE Boyer… - Journal of Research in …, 2013A test of the effectiveness of patterning instruction was conducted with 140 first-graders.
First, 383 first-graders from 20 classes were screened on a patterning test. The eight in each
class who scored worst were given individual 15-minute lessons on patterning or reading ...
The science of intelligence testing: Commentary on the evolving nature of interpretations of the Wechsler scalesS Goldstein - Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2013Abstract Intelligence has been defined in multiple ways throughout history. In the last 100
years a psychometric approach to define the concept of intelligence has come to dominate
the concept. This Commentary provides a brief overview of the history and concepts of ...LG Weiss, TZ Keith, J Zhu, H Chen - Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2013Abstract The fourth edition of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-IV) is a revised
and substantially updated version of its predecessor. The purposes of this research were to
determine the constructs measured by the test and the consistency of measurement ...
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DJ Purpura, AJ Baroody, CJ Lonigan - 2013Abstract 1. The purpose of the present study was to determine if numeral knowledge—the
ability to identify Arabic numerals and connect Arabic numerals to their respective quantities—
mediates the relation between informal and formal mathematical knowledge. A total of 206 ...
Indirect Effects of the Family Check-Up on School-Age Academic Achievement Through Improvements in Parenting in Early Childhood.LM Brennan, EC Shelleby, DS Shaw, F Gardner… - 2013Abstract 1. This project examined the hypothesis that the impact of the Family Check-Up on
parent use of positive behavior support would indirectly improve academic achievement
scores at school age. The study included a sample of 731 high-risk families recruited from ...
Specific aspects of cognitive and language proficiency account for variability in neural indices of semantic and syntactic processing in childrenAH Wray, C Weber-Fox - Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 2013Abstract The neural activity mediating language processing in young children is
characterized by large individual variability that is likely related in part to individual strengths
and weakness across various cognitive abilities. The current study addresses the ...MR Reynolds, TZ Keith, DP Flanagan, VC Alfonso - Journal of School Psychology, 2013Abstract The Cattell–Horn–Carroll (CHC) taxonomy has been used to classify and describe
human cognitive abilities. The ability factors derived from the CHC taxonomy are often
assumed to be invariant across multiple populations and intelligence batteries, which is ...MA Cassidy, EC Lawrence, CG Vierbuchen, T Konold - Marriage & Family Review, 2013To understand and fully incorporate low-income, multiproblem families into treatment,
clinicians need a comprehensive yet efficient assessment tool that addresses both family
resources and stressors and privileges the family's voice. The Family Inventory of ...YS Kim, CH Park, RK Wagner - Reading and WritingAbstract In the present study we investigated developmental relations among word reading
fluency, listening comprehension, and text reading fluency to reading comprehension in a
relatively transparent language, Korean. A total of 98 kindergartners and 170 first graders ...
Interpreting the g loadings of intelligence test composite scores in light of Spearman's law of diminishing returns.MR Reynolds - School psychology quarterly: the official journal of the …, 2013The linear loadings of intelligence test composite scores on a general factor (g) have been
investigated recently in factor analytic studies. Spearman's law of diminishing returns
(SLODR), however, implies that the g loadings of test scores likely decrease in magnitude ...
Neuropsychology Volume 27, Issue 2, (Mar)
Body mass index and neurocognitive functioning across the adult lifespan.Page 141-151Stanek, Kelly M.; Strain, Gladys; Devlin, Michael; Cohen, Ronald; Paul, Robert; Crosby, Ross D.; Mitchell, James E.; Gunstad, John
Reduced behavioral flexibility in autism spectrum disorders.Page 152-160D'Cruz, Anna-Maria; Ragozzino, Michael E.; Mosconi, Matthew W.; Shrestha, Sunil; Cook, Edwin H.; Sweeney, John A.
Directing attention based on incidental learning in children with autism spectrum disorder.Page 161-169Jiang, Yuhong V.; Capistrano, Christian G.; Esler, Amy N.; Swallow, Khena M.
Prospective memory in Parkinson disease during a virtual week: Effects of both prospective and retrospective demands.Page 170-181Foster, Erin R.; Rose, Nathan S.; McDaniel, Mark A.; Rendell, Peter G.
Emotional and cognitive social processes are impaired in Parkinson's disease and are related to behavioral disorders.Page 182-192Narme, Pauline; Mouras, Harold; Roussel, Martine; Duru, Cécile; Krystkowiak, Pierre; Godefroy, Olivier
ADHD performance reflects inefficient but not impulsive information processing: A diffusion model analysis.Page 193-200Metin, Baris; Roeyers, Herbert; Wiersema, Jan R.; van der Meere, Jaap J.; Thompson, Margaret; Sonuga-Barke, Edmund
Behavioral correlates of reaction time variability in children with and without ADHD.Page 201-209Antonini, Tanya N.; Narad, Megan E.; Langberg, Joshua M.; Epstein, Jeffery N.
Changes in cognitive performance over a 1-year period in children and adolescents with multiple sclerosis.Page 210-219Till, Christine; Racine, Nicole; Araujo, David; Narayanan, Sridar; Collins, D. Louis; Aubert-Broche, Berengere; Arnold, Douglas L.; Banwell, Brenda
The relationship between working memory capacity and broad measures of cognitive ability in healthy adults and people with schizophrenia.Page 220-229Johnson, Melissa K.; McMahon, Robert P.; Robinson, Benjamin M.; Harvey, Alexander N.; Hahn, Britta; Leonard, Carly J.; Luck, Steven J.; Gold, James M.
Cognitive deficits in chronic fatigue syndrome and their relationship to psychological status, symptomatology, and everyday functioning.Page 230-242Cockshell, Susan J.; Mathias, Jane L.
Linking mathematical modeling with human neuroimaging to segregate verbal working memory maintenance processes from stimulus encoding.Page 243-255McKenna, Benjamin S.; Brown, Gregory G.; Drummond, Sean P. A.; Turner, Travis H.; Mano, Quintino R.
Motor laterality as an indicator of speech laterality.Page 256-265Flowers, Kenneth A.; Hudson, John M.
The role of feature sharedness in the organization of semantic knowledge: Insights from semantic dementia.Page 266-274Marques, J. Frederico; Charnallet, Annik
Extinction and anti-extinction: The "attentional waiting" hypothesis.Page 275-279Watling, Rosamond; Danckert, James; Linnell, Karina J.; Cocchini, Gianna
Using testing to improve learning after severe traumatic brain injury.Page 280-285Pastötter, Bernhard; Weber, Jasmin; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz T.