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Cognitive flexibility, approaches to learning, and academic school readiness in Head Start preschool children

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A study of the relationship between cognitive flexibility and a measure of pre-academic knowledge indicative of success in the early school years, and an examination of the mediating potentials of attention, persistence, and both attitudes towards and motivation for learning, based on measures of 191 children in Head Start classrooms
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Florida

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