Educating Chidren: a Russian Perspective
Ch. 3. P. 236-251.
Kuzmenkova Y. B., Erykina M. A.
World of Children: Perceptions and Connections in Sustainability with Reflections during the Pandemic
Linton Atlantic Books (США), 2021
, , et al., , in: Neurobiology of Speech and Language: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Neurobiology of Speech and Language. .: St. Petersburg: Scifiya-print, 2021.. P. 67-68.
The aim of the current study was - to assess immediate behavioural indices of a single-shot novel word learning in preschool children ...
Added: May 4, 2022
, , et al., Development and Change 2005 No. 36(4) P. 613-640
Levels of child malnutrition in India have fallen only slowly during the 1990s, despite significant economic growth and considerable expenditure on the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) programme, of which the major component is supplementary feeding for malnourished children. To begin to unravel this puzzle, this article assesses the programme’s placement and its outcomes, using ...
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Improving Child Nutrition Outcomes in India: Can the Integrated Child Development Service Be More Effective?
, , et al., Improving Child Nutrition Outcomes in India: Can the Integrated Child Development Service Be More Effective? / World Bank Group. Series WPS "Policy Research Working Paper". 2005. No. 3647.
Levels of child malnutrition in India fell only slowly during the 1990s, despite significant economic growth and large public spending on the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) program, of which the major component is supplementary feeding for malnourished children. To unravel this puzzle, the authors assess the program's placement and its outcomes using National Family ...
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, Вестник Института социологии 2020 Т. 11 № 2 С. 174-193
The aim of the study presented in this article is to determine the characteristics of Russian mothers seeking care and education services for their children. This work examines the transformation of the traditional family function of raising, socializing and educating children. Currently we are witnessing an increase in the number of parents who resort to ...
Added: September 27, 2020
, , et al., Plos One 2019 Vol. 14 No. 11 P. 1-13
School engagement reflects the degree to which students are invested, motivated and willing to participate in learning at their school and this relates to future academic and professional success. Although school engagement is a primary factor predicting educational dropout or successful school completion in Europe and North America, little is known about school engagement factors ...
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Investing in the foundation of sustainable development: pathways to scale up for early childhood development
, The Lancet 2016 Vol. 388 No. 10053
Building on long-term benefits of early intervention (Paper 2 of this Series) and increasing commitment to early childhood development (Paper 1 of this Series), scaled up support for the youngest children is essential to improving health, human capital, and wellbeing across the life course. In this third paper, new analyses show that the burden of ...
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, , Семейная психология и семейная терапия 2015 № 1 С. 5-17
Along with widespread belief about the positive impact of pets on the development and psychological well-being of children, increasingly works evaluate the role of pets in the development and maintenance of psychological well-being of children more cautiously and deliberately. There is a growing conviction that the specific characteristics of the family simultaneously lead to the ...
Added: November 25, 2015
Associative semantic learning in the developing brain: action-perception circuits in rapid word acquisition
, , et al., , in: Conference proceedings 3rd International Conference Volga Neuroscience Meeting 2021. .: Nizhny Novgorod: Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod (UNN), 2021.. P. 91-92.
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Frontiers in Psychology 2013 Vol. 4 P. 257-260
We use working memory (WM) to follow directions, figure out how much things cost and keep up with a conversation. Keeping up with a conversation at the same time as summing up our groceries cost can be a taunting task for most of us. This is multi-tasking and there is a cognitive cost associated with ...
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, М.: ООО "Садра", 2022
The textbook "Modern Iran. Song Culture" contains 13 of the most famous and popular Persian songs of the twentieth century, interesting from a historical or linguistic point of view. This manual will help to enrich the vocabulary of students at the initial stage of training and increase the basic level of language knowledge, as well ...
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, , Child Care and Women's Labor Force Participation in Romania / World Bank Group. Series WPS "Policy Research Working Paper". 2000. No. 2400.
The authors model the household demand for child care, the mother's participation in the labor force, and her working hours in Romania. Their model estimates the effects of the price of child care, the mother's wage, and household income on household behavior relating to child care and mothers working outside the home. They find that: ...
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, , Brain Imaging and Behavior 2017 Vol. 11 No. 4 P. 1214-1224
Children’s cognitive abilities improve significantly over childhood and adolescence. We know from behavioral research that core cognitive processes such as working memory and mental attention improve significantly across development. Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) allows for investigating the typically developing, living brain in action. In the last twenty years we have learned a great deal ...
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