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Neurocognitive predictors of mathematical processing in school-aged children with spina bifida and their typically developing peers: Attention, working memory, and fine motor skills
Objective: Math and attention are related in neurobiological and behavioral models of mathematical cognition. This study employed model-driven assessments of attention and math in children with spina bifida myelomeningocele ...
Attention in spina bifida myelomeningocele: Relations with brain volume and integrity
(NeuroImage: Clinical, 2015-03)
This study investigated the relations of tectal volume and superior parietal cortex, as well as alterations in tectocortical white matter connectivity, with the orienting and executive control attention networks in individuals ...
Prospective and episodic memory in relation to hippocampal volume in adults with spina bifida myelomeningocele
The present study examined prospective and episodic memory in relation to age, functional independence, and hippocampal volume in younger to middle-aged adults with spina bifida myelomeningocele (SBM) and typically developing ...
Effects of a multitier support system on calculation, word problem, and prealgebraic performance among at-risk learners
(Exceptional Children, 2015-01)
The focus of the present study was enhancing word problem and calculation achievement in ways that support prealgebraic thinking among second-grade students at risk for mathematics difficulty. Intervention relied on a ...
Cognitive and mathematical profiles for different forms of learning difficulties
(Journal of Learning Disabilities, 2015-03)
The purpose of this study was to compare subgroups of students with various forms of learning difficulties (< 25th percentile) on cognitive and mathematics characteristics. Students with mathematics difficulty (MD, n = ...