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comparative study of auditory retention in a group of hydrocephalic children.
John Duncan Munn
Written in English
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ERIC is an online library of education research and information, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education. Social Capital And Cultural Identity For U.S. Korean Immigrant Families: Mothers' And Children's Perceptions Of Korean Language Retention, Su-Jin Sue Jung Dissertations and Theses Through increasing immigration, the U.S. society is becoming more linguistically and culturally diverse. Echoic memory is the sensory memory register specific to auditory information (sounds). The sensory memory for sounds that people have just perceived is the form of echoic memory. Unlike visual memory, in which our eyes can scan the stimuli over and over, the auditory .
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A comparative study of the short-term auditory memory span and sequence of language/learning disabled children and normal Auditory Memory in Learning Disabled Children and Other Groups HI METHODS Subjects Instrumentation.
Test Administration the retention of stimuli, but not necessarily in serial order. Auditory brain-stem responses in hydrocephalic patients. / Kraus, Nina Heydemann, Peter T. ; Stein, Laszlo ; Reed, Nancy L.
/ Auditory brain-stem responses in hydrocephalic patients. In children in whom the incidence of intrinsic brain-stem abnormalities was one-third and two-thirds that of the hydrocephalic group, respectively. Cited by: This study examined the speech perception, speech, and language developmental progress of 25 children with hearing loss (mean Pure-Tone Average [PTA] dB HL) in an auditory.
Objective: To study the performance of the efferent auditory system in a group of children with reading impairment in comparison with normal reading and evaluation of its relationship with speech. The effects of reading on pixel vs. paper: a comparative study Article (PDF Available) in Behaviour and Information Technology November with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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school age children appear to be auditory learners, 40% are visual learners, and % are tactile/kinaesthetic or visual/tactile learners. Barbe and Milone () stated that for grade school children the most frequent modality strengths are visual (30%) or mixed (30%), followed by auditory (25%), and then by kinaesthetic (15%).
Price, Dunn. Learning Style Differences between Nursing and Teaching Students in Sweden: A Comparative Study December International Journal of Higher Education 2(1) Which study schedule is likely to be more effective for long-term retention of material.
an hour of study in a subject and 15 minutes of self-testing/review, every day, five days a week B. two hours of study in a subject and 30 minutes of review, twice a week C.
the three methods should produce equivalent retention. could not be used to study behavior in children or animals. could be used only to study the behavior of people in groups.
emphasized unconscious mental processes rather than conscious mental processes. was appropriate only as a method to study complex topics, such as learning, development, and personality.
Language, Cognitive Deficits, and Retardation presents the fundamental issue of the relationship between semantics and syntax.
It discusses the acquisition of the rules governing them and their interaction. It addresses the progress made in relation to the problem of how sub-diagnoses affect the model of language learning.
The present study is a comparative investigation into the effect(s) of using animated versus static funny pictures on Iranian intermediate EFL learners’ intake and retention of English idioms. The researchers intended to find out whether higher intake and longer retention of English idioms could be gained by using animated funny pictures or Cited by: 5.
For example, a study of reading comprehension in two groups of children with different but clearly specified forms of brain injury might provide descriptive information about reading in these populations; such a study might also generate theoretically interesting data about the nature of the relationship between decoding speed and comprehension Cited by: Comparative study of the specificity and sensitivity of the neuropsychological tests is necessary to determine the most reliable test for prediction of shunt surgery.
The scale consists of the four domains of gait, neuropsychology, balance, and continence. The improvement of cognitive impairment was the major factor in reducing care-giver burden. If you’re an auditory learner, help yourself focus on text book readings by reading them out loud, so you can hear how the words sound.
It can also be really helpful to engage in group discussions about course concepts and topics—create a weekly study group to get together weekly just to talk about the things being discussed in lectures.
Learning Style Differences between Nursing and Teaching Students in Sweden: A Comparative Study Lena Boström1 & Karin Hallin2 1 Associate Professor, PhD, Department of Education, Mid Sweden University, and retention, and then to match it in style ().
This. marrieds with children represent a target market for recreational travel, automobiles, and consumer electronics. Young singles are more likely to buy life insurance than any other group.
The most financially secure of any of the family groups is single parents with children. The study also compared how results on comprehension and vocabulary acquisition differed across three learning conditions (i.e., incidental, intentional and explicit instruction).
A between‐groups design was employed with four groups (N = ) of Iranian university learners of L2 English. The participants (with upper‐intermediate Cited by: 2. To this end, this study used structured interview to elicit in-depth information from the students. The results of the study showed that learning style preferences of Iranian students were different according to their gender.
Female students preferred auditory learning as their major learning style, while male students preferred kinesthetic more. When learning in college, many students enjoy the benefits of study groups.
In a well-run study group, members accelerate their learning as they talk through their subject, quiz each other and compare notes. Read on to learn advantages of group study. Procrastination Solution. Because study groups meet at regular times, attending students cannot s: The current study was designed to collect data on students’ learning styles, then prompt them to process information via either visual or auditory means before measuring whether an interaction effect emerged, with students showing greater retention if the mode of Cited by: 5.
the group of subjects in a study be large. enough that sampling errors will not. invalidate the. findings. also im-portant to remember. that all of these latter six studies found that use.
of a. special phonetics program resulted in equal gains with the customary text-book program. In no case was the ex-clusive. use of the spelling. The batteries of tests used in epilepsy differ to those used in BT.
Together with some neuropsychological measures (Rey auditory verbal learning test; Rey Complex Figure; Marching Test from the Reitan-Indiana Neuropsychological Test Battery for Young Children; Controlled Oral Word Association Test), 84, 85 general, broad-spectrum batteries of tests are routinely used in epilepsy: Wechsler.
Full text of "ERIC EJ Comparative Effect of Memory and Cognitive Strategies Training on EFL Intermediate Learners' Vocabulary Learning" See other formats English Language Teaching; Vol. 6, No. 8; ISSN E-ISSN Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education Comparative Effect of Memory and Cognitive Strategies Training on EFL Intermediate Learners.
From birth, children use observational (imitation) and auditory learning styles with increasing ability to remember complex sequences and concepts. The rapid growth in ability to retain information is partly due to the increase of myelin, which increases the speed of impulses between neurons, especially in the visual and auditory cortexes.
One included study was an unpublished report conducted by the Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI) of Lucknow, India of a standardised Bacopa monnieri extract (SBME).
42 Study designs were similar in that they each investigated cognitive and behavioural outcomes, with the main variance in population samples which included healthy children, 40 Cited by: 7. In the study by Gawecki et al. (), both groups (Group A: bilateral mixed and conductive hearing loss, Group B: unilateral deafness) reported significant improvement in the Global score of the Abbreviated Profile of Hearing Aid Benefit (APHAB) (mean gain: total %, Group A %, Group B %).
Seventeen patients (85 %) reported that Cited by: a time of orientation and exploration when members are trying to find their way, learning how to relate and behave within a group, and beginning to trust the group and individual members. Stage in which personal goals regarding what members will gain from participation in the group area are identified.
If you are interested in the development of working memory in typical children, this is dealt with in Chapters 3 and 4: Chapter 3 This chapter focuses on the ‘phonological loop’, one of the four key components of the working memory model. The working memory model makes a series of very specific predictions about typical development in.
Many teachers' manuals prescribe activities for auditory and analytic learners. To make adaptations for global, tactile, and kinesthetic learners, try the following: Provide a human interest story about the author or illustrator, have children pantomime or role-play the story, create vocabulary task cards, or.
In this study, a total of 94 children were registered based on inclusion criteria. Fifty-one in Group A and forty three in Group B. Out of them forty in Group A and thirty five in Group B completed the treatment. Males represented %, and females were % with a. type of study that measures a variable across several age groups at the same time.
initials of the American Psychiatric Association's book that lists diagnostic criteria for many psychological disorders.
theory of hearing which states that the rate of nerve impulses traveling up the auditory nerve matches the tone's frequency. The study by Das-Smaal et al. () implemented a computer-based program for students to practice detecting multi-letter units in words in Dutch.
Students assigned to the control group received computer-based training in mathematical exercises similar to the cognitive and motor exercises of the training program provided to the treatment group Cited by: Oh My English.
and Johnny Grammar Word Challenge is a English learning application game which can helps to improve students English language level and skills by using an interesting and fun. Auditory training for children with auditory processing disorder and language impairment: A response to Bellis, Chermak, Weihing, and Musiek.
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 43, –Cited by: Comparative Study between Visual language learners and Auditory language learners of Grade 9 students of DYCI. Introduction This research helps us to know what is more effective to use in studying language between Visual and Auditory learning.
We can. The purpose of the study was to assess gender differences in learning style preferences among undergraduate physiology students.
This study was performed as a followup to Lujan and DiCarlo's assessment of learning styles preferences among first-year medical students, which showed that among medical students, only % of the students preferred Cited by: Student Poster Award This monetary award is given at the Annual Conference for the most meritorious posters.
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Moreover, findings from a cross-sectional study suggest that children with developmental dyscalculia might have a delayed development in their numerical magnitude representation by as much as five years. However, the lack of longitudinal studies still leaves the question open as to whether the deficient numerical magnitude representation is a delayed development or ciation: /ˌdɪskælˈkjuːliə/.
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Synonyms for hydrocephalic in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for hydrocephalic. 1 synonym for hydrocephalus: hydrocephaly. What are synonyms for hydrocephalic?Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.
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Visual and auditory human reaction time was studied in female medical students of Index Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Indore who formed the study group.
The range of age of volunteer student was from 18 to 20 years. The results were tabulated and statistically analyzed.