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  • cognitive
  • Cognitive, emotional, and behavioral factors associated with social competence are explored, drawing from research in developmental psychology, as well as research with clinical populations, such as children with neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and ADHD). (springer.com)
  • We review and critically evaluate the extent to which behavioral, cognitive, and emotional aspects of social competence are included in the content and program delivery of interventions for typically developing and neurodevelopmental populations, as well as the empirical evidence of their impact. (springer.com)
  • Finally, we provide a description of the Integra Social ACES program, a social competence intervention for children with learning disabilities, as an exemplar of an individually adapted manualized intervention that attends to behavioral, cognitive, and emotional aspects of social competence. (springer.com)
  • Long term impact of emotional, social and cognitive intelligence competencies and GMAT on career and life satisfaction and career success. (springer.com)
  • Miller and Cohen's model of cognitive control (2001), found that contextual cues from the PFC bias other regions towards enhanced or reduced reactivity to emotional stimuli, supporting its role in reactivity, beyond top-down regulation. (wikiversity.org)
  • Vidotto G, Bertolotti G, Zotti A, Marchi S, Tavazzi L. Cognitive and Emotional Factors Affecting Avoidable Decision-Making Delay in Acute Myocardial Infarction Male Adults. (medsci.org)
  • Home / Test Division / Reference Database / 1970 to 1979 / 1970 / Cognitive and personality factors in emotional expression under conditions of false. (umn.edu)
  • findings
  • These findings indicate that emotional disturbances play a very important part in these conditions regardless of age or gender or the severity of the injury," said Joshua B. Cantor, PhD, first author of the study and an Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine and Co-Director of the Brain Injury Research Center at The Mount Sinai Medical Center. (mountsinai.org)
  • Designed to assist Minnesota educators and mental health professionals in developing comprehensive mental health services for children, this report summarizes research findings and issues in the area of primary and secondary prevention of emotional disturbances in children. (ed.gov)
  • Patients
  • The median delay is different when comparing countries, race and social factors 3 , 4 and approximately 50% of AMI patients arrive too late to benefit fully from thrombolytic or revascularization therapy. (medsci.org)
  • This suggests that it is important to monitor whether feelings of depression are present in adult patients with SMA, and if so, to consider psychological interventions in order to reduce these feelings that might be the result of impaired emotional adaptation to disease progression. (smanewstoday.com)
  • Embarrassment, cultural and religious factors, and lack of time may hold some doctors back from asking about the sex lives of their patients . (rawstory.com)
  • emotions
  • More likely, you picture a person who is easily upset, cannot control their emotions, or is sensitive to emotional events. (wikiversity.org)
  • Emotional intelligence is an individual's capacity to understand both their own and other people's emotions, as well as how to react to these feelings in an appropriate manner. (kscpa.org)
  • Among the self-report questionnaires assessing EE, the Emotional Appetite Questionnaire (EMAQ) includes recent advances in this area: it evaluates a broad range of emotions and situations both positive and negative, and the way they modulate food intake (decrease, stability, or increase). (semanticscholar.org)
  • processes
  • 2010). Reaction and regulation seem sequential, however top-down and bottom-up emotional processes are bidirectional and difficult to differentiate. (wikiversity.org)
  • 2017
  • Qudwa 2017, a global teachers forum, conducted a survey that uncovered key insights about the factors that will set teachers up for future success, as new technologies and hybrid teaching models play increasingly prevalent roles in classrooms. (sttinfo.fi)
  • parents
  • Obstetric factors in the development of schizophrenia: Complications on the births of preschizophrenics and in reproduction by schizophrenic parents. (birthpsychology.com)
  • however
  • I must also point out, however, that the emotional response is not always proportional to the amputation level or the amount lost. (amputee-coalition.org)
  • Almost half of the respondents, 45.57%, however recognized "strong knowledge and enthusiasm for the subject matter" as the top success factor. (sttinfo.fi)
  • important
  • One key finding showed that while 90.16% of teachers use laptops or tablets in their classrooms and 78.24% use social media for educational purposes, only 18.89% agreed that "an excellent command of current and future technologies" was the most important factor for teachers to succeed in the classroom of the future. (sttinfo.fi)
  • A similar question further validated this insight, revealing that 41.40% of participants recognized "good knowledge of technology (laptops, tablets) to increase student performance" as the least important factor to teacher success, whereas 66.01% agreed that "an ability to understand the individual needs of each student" was the most important teaching skill of the future. (sttinfo.fi)
  • brain
  • The brain is complex, and separating the neurological correlates of emotional reactivity and emotion regulation is challenging (Domes et al. (wikiversity.org)