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Lese Rechtschreibst rung

Lese Rechtschreibst  rung Author Claudia Steinbrink
ISBN-10 9783642418426
Release 2014-04-22
Pages 208
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Warum haben ca. 5% der Grundschulkinder trotz normaler Begabung und ausreichendem Schulunterricht erhebliche Schwierigkeiten beim Erlernen des Lesens und Schreibens? Wodurch ist eine solche Lese- Rechtschreibstörung gekennzeichnet, wie wirkt sie sich im Schulalltag und im späteren Leben aus? Wie kann man die Lese-Rechtschreibstörung möglichst früh diagnostizieren und wie kann man die betroffenen Kinder optimal fördern? Dies sind zentrale Fragen, die in diesem Buch auf der Basis des aktuellen Standes der internationalen Forschung behandelt werden. Zuerst wird die unbeeinträchtigte Entwicklung der Schriftsprache dargestellt. Dies ist eine wichtige Grundlage für das Verständnis der Lese-Rechtschreibstörung. Dann folgt das Erscheinungsbild der Lese-Rechtschreibstörung mit klinischer Klassifikation und die Analyse von möglichen Ursachen der Lese- Rechtschreibstörung. Dies bildet das Fundament für die Auseinandersetzung mit den dann folgenden praxis-und anwendungsbezogenen Fragen zur Diagnostik und Förderung, wie z.B.: Kann man ein Risiko für Lese-Rechtschreibschwierigkeiten bereits im Vorschulalter feststellen? Welche Verfahren werden für die Diagnostik der Lese-Rechtschreibstörung eingesetzt? Kann man der Entstehung von Lese-Rechtschreibschwierigkeiten vorbeugen? Welche Ansätze zur Intervention gibt es und welche sind besonders vielversprechend? Die Zielgruppen Studierende der Fachrichtungen (Schul-)Psychologie, Logopädie und Patholinguistik sowie Lehramtsstudenten und alle, die sich beruflich mit der Thematik auseinandersetzen, insbesondere Lehrer, Schulpsychologen, Psychologen, Lerntherapeuten, Erzieher, Psychotherapeuten, Kinder- und Jugendpsychiater sowie der interessierte Laie.



Lesen und Schreiben lernen

Lesen und Schreiben lernen Author Wolfgang Schneider
ISBN-10 9783662503195
Release 2017-02-24
Pages 239
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Dieses Buch beschäftigt sich mit der Frage, welche Voraussetzungen erfüllt sein müssen, damit Kinder erfolgreich lesen und schreiben lernen. Es richtet sich an alle, die sich für die Hintergründe des Schriftspracherwerbs interessieren, d.h. Eltern, Lehrkräfte, Pädagogen unterschiedlicher Fachrichtungen und Psychologen. Lernen Sie, welche Erklärungen für den Erwerb des Lesens und Rechtschreibens eher auf Mythen beruhen und welche wirklich wissenschaftliche fundiert sind. Wesentliche Inhalte des Buchs betreffen die besondere Rolle von sogenannten „Vorläuferfertigkeiten“ des Schriftspracherwerbs, also die frühen Kompetenzen von Vorschulkindern, die Eltern und pädagogische Fachkräfte durchaus bedeutsam beeinflussen können. Die Rolle von Lese- und Rechtschreibmethoden im Anfangsunterricht wird ebenso kritisch beleuchtet wie der Einfluss von Medien auf den Erwerb der Schriftsprachkompetenz. Angesichts der weitreichenden negativen Folgen kommt der Betrachtung von Lese- Rechtschreibschwierigkeiten und Möglichkeiten ihrer Überwindung ein besonderer Stellenwert zu. Der Autor Wolfgang Schneider ist Professor für Pädagogische Psychologie. Er lehrt am Institut für Psychologie der Universität Würzburg und hat Forschungsschwerpunkte im Schriftspracherwerb, der Entwicklung des Gedächtnisses bei Kindern und Jugendlichen sowie der Entwicklung von Intelligenz, Hochbegabung und Expertise.



Fallbuch AID

Fallbuch AID Author Klaus D. Kubinger
ISBN-10 9783840923890
Release 2012
Pages 438
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Die Testbatterie Adaptives Intelligenz Diagnostikum (AID) dient der Erfassung komplexer und basaler intellektueller Fähigkeiten bei Kindern und Jugendlichen im Alter von 6;0 bis 15;11 Jahren. Das umfangreiche Testmaterial erlaubt es, einen weit gestreckten Fähigkeitsbereich eindimensional zu messen, wobei aufgrund der adaptiven Testvorgabe besonders testökonomisch verfahren wird. Neben der globalen Beurteilung der Intelligenz und der Profilinterpretation ermöglicht das Verfahren auch ein Screening in Bezug auf ausgewählte Teilleistungsfähigkeiten. Die Verfügbarkeit sprachfreier Instruktionen erweitert die Einsatzmöglichkeiten des Verfahrens. Dieses Fallbuch richtet sich an Praktiker der psychologischen Diagnostik. Anhand von 24 einheitlich aufgebauten Falldarstellungen werden wichtige Anwendungsbereiche und Einsatzmöglichkeiten der Intelligenztestbatterie AID dokumentiert. Dabei geht es um deren korrekten Einsatz, ihre diagnostische Relevanz für eine breite Palette von Fragestellungen und die damit verbundenen Interpretationsmöglichkeiten. Speziell eingegangen wird auf die Verwendung der sprachfreien Version, von Parallelformen bei Testwiederholung und von Kurzformen sowie auf die Vorgabe von altersabweichend leichteren Aufgabengruppen am Beginn einzelner Untertests bei vermutlich minderbegabten Kindern. Auch die Anwendung des AID außerhalb des ursprünglichen Geltungsbereichs sowie die Diagnostik von Teilleistungsschwächen (Lese-/ Rechtschreibschwäche, Dyskalkulie) bzw. fraglicher Hochbegabung ist Bestandteil dieses Bandes. Ein Glossar rundet den Band ab.



Entwicklungspsychiatrie

Entwicklungspsychiatrie Author Beate Herpertz-Dahlmann
ISBN-10 379452358X
Release 2008
Pages 1118
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"Die Entwicklungspsychiatrie" ist zu einem "State of the Art"-Werk der Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie geworden. Dieser Erfolg bestätigt das einzigartige Konzept des Buches: Psychische Störungen können nur auf der Basis von fundiertem entwicklungsbiologischem und -psychologischem Grundlagenwissen richtig erkannt und behandelt werden. Aus dieser Erkenntnis heraus setzt das renommierte Herausgeber- und Autorenteam weiter auf seinen bewährten Ansatz: Aus einer multidisziplinären Perspektive werden aktuelle Forschungsergebnisse aus allen Fachbereichen mit der empirisch fundierten integrativen Darstellung psychischer Erkrankungen vereint. Die 2. Auflage wurde komplett überarbeitet und umfassend erweitert. Hinzugekommen sind u.a. Kapitel über die vorgeburtliche Entwicklung, die funktionelle Bildgebung, gutachterliche Fragestellungen und transkulturelle Versorgungssysteme in der Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie. Das Spektrum der klinischen Krankheitsbilder wurde komplettiert.



TWELVE COUNSELING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AT RISK

TWELVE COUNSELING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AT RISK Author Susan T. Dennison
ISBN-10 9780398082369
Release 1989-01-01
Pages 430
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The school counselor and related mental health professional is provided with structural curricula for treating twelve specific problem areas of children, with step-by-step guides for planning and conducting therapy. Over 150 assessment instruments, 120 session themes, 30 techniques and 150 related resources greatly reduce planning and research time. While written primarily for children counselors, the book is easily adapted by speech/language pathologists, art therapists, and for training the beginning therapist. The book targets children at risk with emotional problems but covers secondary difficulties: physical handicaps, neurological impairments, learning disabilities, hyperactivity, mental retardation, or a combination of these.



Developmental Disorders of Language Learning and Cognition

Developmental Disorders of Language Learning and Cognition Author Charles Hulme
ISBN-10 9781118697306
Release 2013-04-02
Pages 448
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This important new text is a comprehensive survey of current thinking and research on a wide range of developmental disorders. Highlights key research on normal and typical development Includes clinical case studies and diagrams to illustrate key concepts A reader-friendly writing style



Handbook of Automated Essay Evaluation

Handbook of Automated Essay Evaluation Author Mark D. Shermis
ISBN-10 9781136334795
Release 2013-07-18
Pages 384
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This comprehensive, interdisciplinary handbook reviews the latest methods and technologies used in automated essay evaluation (AEE) methods and technologies. Highlights include the latest in the evaluation of performance-based writing assessments and recent advances in the teaching of writing, language testing, cognitive psychology, and computational linguistics. This greatly expanded follow-up to Automated Essay Scoring reflects the numerous advances that have taken place in the field since 2003 including automated essay scoring and diagnostic feedback. Each chapter features a common structure including an introduction and a conclusion. Ideas for diagnostic and evaluative feedback are sprinkled throughout the book. Highlights of the book’s coverage include: The latest research on automated essay evaluation. Descriptions of the major scoring engines including the E-rater®, the Intelligent Essay Assessor, the IntellimetricTM Engine, c-raterTM, and LightSIDE. Applications of the uses of the technology including a large scale system used in West Virginia. A systematic framework for evaluating research and technological results. Descriptions of AEE methods that can be replicated for languages other than English as seen in the example from China. Chapters from key researchers in the field. The book opens with an introduction to AEEs and a review of the "best practices" of teaching writing along with tips on the use of automated analysis in the classroom. Next the book highlights the capabilities and applications of several scoring engines including the E-rater®, the Intelligent Essay Assessor, the IntellimetricTM engine, c-raterTM, and LightSIDE. Here readers will find an actual application of the use of an AEE in West Virginia, psychometric issues related to AEEs such as validity, reliability, and scaling, and the use of automated scoring to detect reader drift, grammatical errors, discourse coherence quality, and the impact of human rating on AEEs. A review of the cognitive foundations underlying methods used in AEE is also provided. The book concludes with a comparison of the various AEE systems and speculation about the future of the field in light of current educational policy. Ideal for educators, professionals, curriculum specialists, and administrators responsible for developing writing programs or distance learning curricula, those who teach using AEE technologies, policy makers, and researchers in education, writing, psychometrics, cognitive psychology, and computational linguistics, this book also serves as a reference for graduate courses on automated essay evaluation taught in education, computer science, language, linguistics, and cognitive psychology.



Development of Mathematical Cognition

Development of Mathematical Cognition Author Daniel B. Berch
ISBN-10 9780128019092
Release 2015-10-03
Pages 414
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Development of Mathematical Cognition: Neural Substrates and Genetic Influences reviews advances in extant imaging modalities and the application of brain stimulation techniques for improving mathematical learning. It goes on to explore the role genetics and environmental influences have in the development of math abilities and disabilities. Focusing on the neural substrates and genetic factors associated with both the typical and atypical development of mathematical thinking and learning, this second volume in the Mathematical Cognition and Learning series integrates the latest in innovative measures and methodological advances from the top researchers in the field. Provides details about new progress made in the study of neural correlates of numerical and arithmetic cognition Addresses recent work in quantitative and molecular genetics Works to improve instruction in numerical, arithmetical, and algebraic thinking and learning Informs policy to help increase the level of mathematical proficiency among the general public



Dyslexia Learning and the Brain

Dyslexia  Learning  and the Brain Author Roderick Nicolson
ISBN-10 9780262293129
Release 2010-08-13
Pages 304
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Dyslexia research has made dramatic progress since the mid-1980s. Once discounted as a "middle-class myth," dyslexia is now the subject of a complex -- and confusing -- body of theoretical and empirical research. In Dyslexia, Learning, and the Brain, leading dyslexia researchers Roderick Nicolson and Angela Fawcett provide a uniquely broad and coherent analysis of dyslexia theory. Unlike most dyslexia research, which addresses the question "what is the cause of the reading disability called dyslexia?" the authors' work has addressed the deeper question of "what is the cause of the learning disability that manifests as reading problems?" This perspective allows them to place dyslexia research within the much broader disciplines of cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience and has led to a rich framework, including two established leading theories, the automatization deficit account (1990) and the cerebellar deficit hypothesis (2001). Nicolson and Fawcett show that extensive evidence has accumulated to support these two theories and that they may be seen as subsuming the established phonological deficit account and sensory processing accounts. Moving to the explanatory level of neural systems, they argue that all these disorders reflect problems in some component of the procedural learning system, a multiregion system including major components of cortical and subcortical regions. The authors' answer to the fundamental question "what is dyslexia?" offers a challenge and motivation for research throughout the learning disabilities, laying the foundations for future progress.



New Trends in Graphemics and Orthography

New Trends in Graphemics and Orthography Author Gerhard Augst
ISBN-10 9783110867329
Release 1986-01-01
Pages 475
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New Trends in Graphemics and Orthography has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from New Trends in Graphemics and Orthography also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full New Trends in Graphemics and Orthography book for free.



Working with Children with Sexual Behavior Problems

Working with Children with Sexual Behavior Problems Author Eliana Gil
ISBN-10 9781462514519
Release 2013-09-30
Pages 224
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Based on extensive clinical experience, this book provides authoritative guidance and practical tools in a challenging area for child mental health professionals. The authors explain the many possible causes of problem sexual behaviors and demonstrate assessment and treatment procedures that have been shown to work with 4- to 11-year-olds and their families. Four chapter-length case examples illustrate how to integrate elements of cognitive-behavioral therapy, play and expressive therapies, and family-based approaches. Helpful reproducible worksheets and forms can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size.



Developmental Cognitive Neuropsychology

Developmental Cognitive Neuropsychology Author Christine Temple
ISBN-10 0863774008
Release 1997
Pages 398
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How independent are different cognitive skills during development? Is the modularity seen in the studies of adult neuropsychology disorders mirrored by modularity in development? Are developmental neuropsychological disorders explicable against cognitive models? What restrictions are there to developmental plasticity? How many routes are there to competence? Is there a single developmental pathway? What do disorders of cognitive development tell us about normal developmental processes? These are some of the questions addressed by this text. In certain cognitive domains, such as the analysis of reading and spelling disorders, the field is well developed, with extensive studies of the development of dyslexias and dysgraphias. In other areas, such as the analysis of perceptual spatial disorders, pertinant studies are beginning, as in the analysis of developmental face recognition disorders, and the exploration of spatial disorders of Williams' syndrome. In these areas, interesting routes for future inquiry are also evident. The text of this book is organized around seven key cognitive areas, within which the developmental disorders are addressed in turn: language, memory, perception, reading, spelling, arithmetic and executive skills. The first three of this list may be considered the core areas of cognition; the second three involve specific cultural transmission in their acquisition; and the third, concerns higher order processes. The major emphasis of the text is upon developmental rather than acquired disorders. Throughout, case studies are used to convey an impression of the cases themselves, and to illustrate how dissociations in performance are displayed.



Individual Development from 3 to 12

Individual Development from 3 to 12 Author Franz E. Weinert
ISBN-10 0521580420
Release 1999-01-28
Pages 360
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A long-term, comprehensive longitudinal study analyzing developmental changes in the cognitive, social, and personality domain.



Soil Carbon Dynamics

Soil Carbon Dynamics Author Werner L. Kutsch
ISBN-10 9781139483162
Release 2010-01-07
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Carbon stored in soils represents the largest terrestrial carbon pool and factors affecting this will be vital in the understanding of future atmospheric CO2 concentrations. This book provides an integrated view on measuring and modeling soil carbon dynamics. Based on a broad range of in-depth contributions by leading scientists it gives an overview of current research concepts, developments and outlooks and introduces cutting-edge methodologies, ranging from questions of appropriate measurement design to the potential application of stable isotopes and molecular tools. It includes a standardised soil CO2 efflux protocol, aimed at data consistency and inter-site comparability and thus underpins a regional and global understanding of soil carbon dynamics. This book provides an important reference work for students and scientists interested in many aspects of soil ecology and biogeochemical cycles, policy makers, carbon traders and others concerned with the global carbon cycle.



Children and Language

Children and Language Author Michael A. Reed
ISBN-10 1606923951
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 311
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The theory of mind (ToM) is the ability to perceive, interpret and predict behaviours or actions of others based on their underlying mental states. The linguistic influence on the developmental neural basis of ToM is described in this book. Furthermore, the deferential effects of context and isolated word training on reading fluency is explained. Using children's literature to assist in science inquiry and in building knowledge in other subject areas has been on the rise, due to the benefits of supporting children's language and literacy learning. Such developments are explored. In addition, the authors give an overview of the electrophysiological correlates of developmental dyslexia, a reading impairment in childhood. This book describes the impact of various cognitive functions on language acquisition and language processing in different groups of children. In addition, the effects of bilingual teaching on the development of children's literacy skills during the first six years of school are explored. Furthermore, selective mutism, a disorder characterised by a lack of speech in specific unfamiliar situations or around unfamiliar people, is described. Crying represents the very first communicative channel infants can use to communicate with their environment and thus, it plays an important role in child development. Studies that have investigated expressions of distress, specifically crying, during early stages of infancy development are reviewed. In addition, studies done to test whether language input strongly influences the development of vocabulary and syntax in children are described. Children with developmental dysphasia were also studied and the outcomes of this study are reviewed. This book looks at the connection between middle ear effusion (MEE) in the first years of life compared to central auditory processing at age seven. Furthermore, problems and questions with regard to diagnosis and intervention of multilingual specific language impairment (SLI) is examined. Future areas of research in this field are also addressed. Finally, the results from a longitudinal study between apparent pain insensibility and non-verbal communication and symbolisation disorders in autism is explored.



The SAGE Handbook of Dyslexia

The SAGE Handbook of Dyslexia Author Gavin Reid
ISBN-10 9781473971769
Release 2008-12-03
Pages 528
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The SAGE Handbook of Dyslexia is a comprehensive overview of a complex field. It is a rich, critical assessment of past and present theory and current research, which also looks to the future. The editors have brought together key figures from the international academic world - both researchers and practitioners - to examine the relationships between theoretical paradigms, research and practice, and to map new areas of research. The book has 5 main sections: - neurological/genetic perspectives - cognitive and learning perspectives - educational influences - beyond school - international perspectives.



What the Hands Reveal about the Brain

What the Hands Reveal about the Brain Author Howard Poizner
ISBN-10 0262660660
Release 1990
Pages 236
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What the Hands Reveal About the Brain provides dramatic evidence that language is not limited to hearing and speech, that there are primary linguistic systems passed down from one generation of deaf people to the next, which have been forged into antonomous languages and are not derived front spoken languages.