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  1. Understanding inner music: A dimensional approach to musical imagery by Silvia, Paul (2018)
  2. Predicting maternal and parent–child aggression risk: Longitudinal multimethod investigation using social information processing theory by Silvia, Paul (2017)
  3. Fragments Speak: Reexamining the Rejected Pre-Du Yu Commentaries on the Zuozhuan by Tashima, Pauli (2016)
  4. Mothers' responses to children's negative emotions and child emotion regulation: The moderating role of vagal suppression by Marcovitch, Stuart and Leerkes, Esther M. and Calkins, Susan D. and Perry, Nicole Elizabeth Brown (2011)
  5. Emotion and cognition processes in preschool children by Leerkes, Esther M. and Calkins, Susan D. and O'Brien, Marion (2008)
  6. SIISP: Self-Efficacy Intervention to Improve STEM Performance [Poster] by Kane, Michael J. and Beatty, Ian D. and Gerace, William and Carrino, Stephanie Sedberry and Strickhouser, Jason E. (2018)
  7. Early physiological regulation predicts the trajectory of externalizing behaviors across the preschool period by Marcovitch, Stuart and Leerkes, Esther M. and Calkins, Susan D. and O'Brien, Marion and Perry, Nicole Elizabeth Brown (2014)
  8. European-American and African-American Mothers' Emotion Socialization Practices Relate Differently to Their Children's Academic and Social-emotional Competence by Marcovitch, Stuart and Leerkes, Esther M. and Calkins, Susan D. and O'Brien, Marion and Perry, Nicole Elizabeth Brown (2012)
  9. The relation between maternal emotional support and child physiological regulation across the preschool years by Marcovitch, Stuart and Leerkes, Esther M. and Calkins, Susan D. and O'Brien, Marion and Perry, Nicole Elizabeth Brown (2012)
  10. Cognitive and emotional processes as predictors of a successful transition into school by Marcovitch, Stuart and Leerkes, Esther M. and Calkins, Susan D. and O'Brien, Marion (2017)

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Working Memory Capacity and the Top-Down Control of Visual Search: Exploring the Boundaries of “Executive Attention”

Kane, Michael
Professor
Psychology
UNCG

The executive attention theory of working memory capacity (WMC) proposes that measures of WMC broadly predict higher order cognitive abilities because they tap important and general attention capabili... View More