Wednesday, November 27, 2013

EXPLORING INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN CHILDREN'S MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: A CORRELATIONAL AND DIMENSIONAL APPROACH [feedly]


 
 
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EXPLORING INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN CHILDREN'S MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: A CORRELATIONAL AND DIMENSIONAL APPROACH
Title: EXPLORING INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN CHILDREN'S MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: A CORRELATIONAL AND DIMENSIONAL APPROACH
Author(s): Sigmundsson, H.; Polman, R. C. J.; Loras, H.
Source: PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS, 113 (1): 1035-1042 AUG 2013
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PEBS Neuroethics Roundup (JHU) [feedly]


 
 
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Last Edition's Most Popular Article(s): Gut Bacteria Might Guide The Workings Of Our Minds, National Public Radio Shots Blog In The Popular Press Immunology: The pursuit of happiness, Nature News Just Neurons?, The Neuroethics Blog New Tools Light Up the...

Beyond CHC: Very preliminary and evolving model

I am just going to throw this evolving Gv-based working model "out there" for review. I believe that if a figure is well done it should be understandable to others with baseline knowledge in the area of study. So, this is being presented "as is" with little explanatory text. The model is an ongoing attempt to integrate psychometric based CHC constructs with information processing models. I have an increasing interest in the role of attentional control in "cognitive performance"--not to be confused with cognitive "ability" or "intelligence."
If you are interested and want more background, check IQ's Corner blog for links to two recent chapters I wrote with the brilliant Dr. Joel Schneider. The actual PPT for this slide has the read and blue "activated" concepts bouncing around inside the "focus of attention", and sometimes going beyond the boundaries---when internal and external distractions disrupt focused controlled attention.
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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

The CHC taxonomy of human cognitive abilities--a visual summary/overview

I was reviewing some old PPT slides and thought I would share a few. These slides remind us that the Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) model is a taxonomy of human cognitive abilities. An important taxonomy that has been driving most contemporary IQ test development and revision during the past 20 years. Click on images to enlarge.

 

 

Monday, November 25, 2013

Article: IARPA Launches New Research Program to Increase Understanding of How the Human Brain Interprets Concepts




Article: Peek inside your own brain! The rise of DIY neuroscience


Peek inside your own brain! The rise of DIY neuroscience
http://www.salon.com/2013/11/25/peek_inside_your_own_brain_the_rise_of_diy_neuroscience/

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Online Data Trove Exposes Our Cognitive Quirks [feedly]


 
 
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When scientists study how we think, they usually design their experiments to control as many variables as possible. Though essential for careful science, these expensive measures restrict research in...

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Status of Hall v. Florida Atkins IQ score related death penalty case: SCOTUSblog

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Saturday, November 23, 2013

Expertise....great visual if hypothesized levels of everyday learning to expertise.

I really like visual figures that capture key concepts and are obvious in their interpretation. This is one such visual. Click on image to enlarge.

 

 

Sternberg now recognizes CHC theory..the CHC "tipping point" clearly has passed

In 2005 I declared that the CHC tipping point in school psychology had occured. A recent intelligence review article by Robert Sternberg, that includes a succinct summary and recognition of CHC theory makes it clear this did happen many years ago. CHC theory is clearly in the mainstream of intelligence theory.

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Expertise
Anders Ericsson, K.; Towne, Tyler J.
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Dyslexia (neuropsychological)
Castles, Anne; M. T. McLean, Gregor; McArthur, Genevieve
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, Vol. 1 Issue 3 – 2010: 426 - 432

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More on Ga in CHC theory. Figure from Schneider and McGrew (2013)

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Language and music: sound, structure, and meaning
Slevc, L. Robert
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, Vol. 3 Issue 4 – 2012: 483 - 492

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Cromley, Jennifer G.; Byrnes, James P.
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Sternberg, Robert J.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, Vol. 3 Issue 5 – 2012: 501 - 511

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Psychology of spatial cognition
Tommasi, Luca; Laeng, Bruno
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Multidimensional scaling
Hout, Michael C.; Papesh, Megan H.; Goldinger, Stephen D.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, Vol. 4 Issue 1 – 2013: 93 - 103

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Hertrich, Ingo; Ackermann, Hermann
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Visual working memory
Mance, Irida; Vogel, Edward K.
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Cognition in Down syndrome: a developmental cognitive neuroscience perspective
Edgin, Jamie O.
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Go domain in CHC theory. Visual from Schneider & McGrew (2012)

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Music perception and cognition: development, neural basis, and rehabilitative use of music
Särkämö, Teppo; Tervaniemi, Mari; Huotilainen, Minna
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, Vol. 4 Issue 4 – 2013: 441 - 451

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Gh ability in CHC theory

Haptic perception
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The rule-dependence model explains the commonalities between the Flynn effect and IQ gains via retesting
Armstrong, Elijah L.; Woodley, Michael A.
Learning and Individual Differences, Vol. 29 – 2014: 41 - 49

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Debelak, Rudolf; Gittler, Georg; Arendasy, Martin
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FACTOR STRUCTURE OF THE WECHSLER INTELLIGENCE SCALES FOR CHILDREN-FOURTH EDITION AMONG REFERRED NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENTS
Nakano, Selena; Watkins, Marley W.
Psychology in the Schools, Vol. 50 Issue 10 – 2013: 957 - 968

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The cognitive structure of time estimation impairments in adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Suarez, Isabel; Lopera, Francisco; Pineda, David; Casini, Laurence
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Article: Researchers found that words that signal problems with understanding are similar across languages


Researchers found that words that signal problems with understanding are similar across languages
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SCOTUS to rule of IQ related issued (SEM) in Atkins MR/ID Florida death penalty case

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Monday, November 18, 2013

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