Segers, E., Damhuis, C., Van de Sande, E., & Verhoeven, L. (2016). Learning and Individual Differences, 49, 251-259
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Van de Sande, E., Segers, E., & Verhoeven, L. (subm).
This paper examined how different levels of executive control predict early reading development in a 3-year longitudinal study.
Buijs, L., & Rozendaal, E. (2015, January 23). Serious gaming behaviors of children revealed. Bitescience. Retrieved [23-01-2015], from http://www.bitescience.com/knowledgedatabase.aspx
Serious games are thought to foster young children’s learning by making the learning experience more fun and engaging. However, a study in Computers & Education shows that success of serious gameplay highly depends on children’s ability to regulate their attention and behavior.