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Executive function and child development / Marcie Yeager, Daniel Yeager.

By: Yeager, MarcieContributor(s): Yeager, Marcie | Yeager, DanielMaterial type: TextTextSeries: A Norton professional bookPublication details: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., c2013. Description: xiii, 250 p. : ill. ; 22 cmISBN: 9780393707649 (hbk.)Subject(s): Self-control in children | Executive functions (Neuropsychology) | Child psychology | Child development | Executive Function | Child | Child DevelopmentDDC classification: 155.4/1825 LOC classification: BF723.S25 | Y43 2013
Contents:
Self-regulation: why it matters -- A framework for understanding executive function -- Executive function in the everyday lives of children -- A natural progression: how self-regulation is internalized -- Nature and nurture: understanding the zone of proximal development -- Maintaining a developmental perspective: dynamic assessment of executive function -- The mental health professional as facilitator -- Amanda, age 4, preschool -- Marcus, age 7, second grade -- Connor, age 9, third grade -- Jon, age 10, fifth grade.
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St. Conal’s Hospital, Letterkenny

Located in the Education Centre on the first floor of St. Conal's hospital. Office Library open 8:00am-3.30pm Mon-Fri. The library remains open as a study and work station area on evenings and weekends. 

Letterkenny University Hospital Library BF723.S25Y42 2013 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available B06148
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 235-237) and index.

Self-regulation: why it matters -- A framework for understanding executive function -- Executive function in the everyday lives of children -- A natural progression: how self-regulation is internalized -- Nature and nurture: understanding the zone of proximal development -- Maintaining a developmental perspective: dynamic assessment of executive function -- The mental health professional as facilitator -- Amanda, age 4, preschool -- Marcus, age 7, second grade -- Connor, age 9, third grade -- Jon, age 10, fifth grade.

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