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Analysis of cognitive features involved in minimally invasive surgery
Minimally invasive surgery reduces postoperative pain, hospitalisation and associated costs. The use of long and rigid instruments in a closed haptic space limits incisions. The latter working conditions also challenge cognitive and motor skills of the surgeons. The surgeons need to mentally rotate...
Formation of Children's Cognitive and Socio-Emotional Skills: Is All Parental Time Equal?
Although it is recognized that parental time is a strong determinant of child development, little is known about heterogeneity across the effects of parental time. Using the Longitudinal Survey of Australian Children, I model the cognitive and socio-emotional skills production functions for children...
Cognitive development and learning English business language in IUT through the game: use of virtual worlds
The use of synthetic worlds in the teaching/learning of languages remains controversial in France. International research (Jarmon et al.; Wigham and Chanier) show the educational value of these innovative schemes that leave room for the learner’s creativity and facilitate learning. We wanted to chec...
Evaluating Education Systems
This paper proposes two dominance criteria for evaluating education systems described as joint distributions of the pupils' cognitive skill achievements and family backgrounds. The first criterion is shown to be the smallest transitive ranking of education systems compatible with three elementary pr...
Immersive practices in English language teaching/learning at university: drama and virtual reality
International audience Virtual reality has been brought into the language classroom through the use of virtual worlds such as Second Life (Wigham & Chanier, 2013) to immerse learners in authentic communication situations. Then, technology has made further progress to give way to an even more augment...
The Complexity and Phylogenetic Continuity of Laughter and Smiles in Hominids
International audience Laughter and smiles are often, but not always, associated with positive affect. These expressions of humans help to promote social relationships as well as the development of cognitive and socio-emotional skills and they may have a positive impact on health and well-being, her...
Cognitive questions and processes in Chilean school texts of history, geography and social sciences
Summary: This research aims to identify the dimension of the cognitive process promoted by the questions contained in the school texts of history, geography and social sciences of basic education in Chile. This was a quantitative study in which 1775 questions were analysed in light of the taxonomy o...
Emersion in motor learning : neurovegetative correlates during the adaptation to a disturbance
International audience Learning gives rise to emersive phenomena. Neurovegetative correlates of learning have been extensively studied for cognitive tasks, in particular in training contexts, but much less for complex motor skill learning.We recorded the heart rate (HR) and the electrodermal respons...
Fermi problems as tasks to introducemodelling: what we know and what else weshould know
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Modelling the car design process - definition of method for styling awareness linked to the design of visible components
Nowadays, many west companies are endowed with project management, that mean's the evolution from a mass economy to a variety and reactivity economy. The actual trend lies in the transfer of responsabilities by car builders to car manufacturers during car development. At the moment this evolution of...
Three essays on the equity of access to education in sub-saharan Africa
Despite numerous investments that have been made to increase access to education in sub-Saharan Africa, a noteworthy share of children drop out of school prior to completing primary education. To address this issue, this thesis examines the factors that drive education decisions in a rural risky env...
A study on the mental development of children from the street in Kinshasa
since more than 20 years ago, the Democratic Republic of Congo has seen an increase in the number of ‘street children’, hunted or fleeing children, who have broken their family environment. There is little work on this unique population. The author sketches the basis for a study on the mental and co...
Cognitive and motor development programme for selective and sustained care of boys and girls with ADHD
Summary The objective of the study was to implement a cognitive-motor training programme in boys and girls aged 7-11, diagnosed with hyperactivity care deficit disorders (ADHD) and without ADHD, and to identify and analyse the effects of ADHD on the development of care in TDAH students. The methodol...
The influence of socio-economic status on the development of numerical skills of Ecuadorian children of kindergarten
Summary The objective of this study was to examine the influence of the socio-economic status of children in kindergarten on the development of their early numerical skills and their spontaneous approach to numbers (SFON), after controlling by cognitive variables of general domain, such as labour in...
Essays on behavioral economics of confidence, creativity and education
This thesis contributes to the growing economic literature on noncognitive skills that are critical for life success, specially for academic success. It comprises four essays based on behavioral and experimental economics approaches, with two main objectives. The first objective is to study two nonc...
The development of coherent speech of preschool children with speech disorders in the process of cognitive development activities
At the present stage of development of defectological science and practice, the problem of speech correction of children with disabilities, in particular, preschool children with General underdevelopment of speech (GUS) has a great scientific and practical importance. The overcoming of speech disord...
Training in employment, No 130, April-June 2015: The rise of non-academic skills
In this issue, we explore the distinction between academic and non-academic skills. This concept of non-academic skills is also under discussion; depending on approaches and disciplines, it can be broken down into non-cognitive, behavioural, social, emotional, interpersonal, positional and even aest...
Competency-based indicators of counsellor development : an examination of changes in cognitive skills of counsellors-in-training
Metallinguistic reflection as an assistant to foreign-language reading skills. French-speaking students who are starting against the Spanish language.
metallinguistic reflection as assistant to foreign-language reading skills. French-speaking students who are starting against the Spanish language. Langage, théories and applications at FLE n°2. Madrid: Association ADEF, 41-62. It has been found that, as a whole, the significance of any phrase in th...
Music as a tool for cognitive stimulation
‘titrebSummary’/titreb The effects of music practice and music on cognitive and brain functioning have been studied extensively over the last 20 years. Behavioural and neuroimagery studies have shown significant brain responsiveness to musical stimulations and numerous anatomical and functional over...
Towards a new concept of thinking and understanding
Comprender is an exercise of thought; thinking is to understand and generally understand the use of intellectual emotional devices as opposed to a given purpose. Let us briefly consider academic actors and communities of our approach to thinking and understanding, two concepts of recurrent use in th...
Effectiveness of a mentoring intervention on the progression in English of students in the first year of social sciences and humanities
International audience This exploratory study aims to measure and understand the nature of the impact of proactive in-class tutoring group sessions on the development of first-year Social Sciences students'English skills. Ten tutorials based on a corpus of texts studied in lectures were offered to t...
Authoring Themselves as Mathematical Learners: Students' Experiences of Learning to Learn High School Mathematics
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy Abstract: High school mathematics students often complete homework and study for unit tests without support to consider how these actions could contribute to their mathematical learning. However, students can, through the process of learning to learn mathematics, to brin...
Predictors of orthographic knowledge in grade 3 : beyond decoding skills, what is the part of previous word-specific knowledge and of sensitivity to orthographic constraints ?
More than a child. Parents’ views on the media targeting babies
Children under the age of two see visual media for much of the time, despite the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) that children of that age should not be exposed to these media. Children’s DVDs are implicitly and explicitly marketed as educational, highlighting content are...