Daily Archives: March 5, 2019

Attachment as a Collective Resource: Attachment Networks During Middle Childhood

Attachment theory is commonly used to investigate children’s psychosocial development. To demonstrate cultural variability and to advance the idea of attachment as a collective resource, we assessed children’s attachment networks during middle childhood among the Nseh, a Cameroonian clan with … Continue reading

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Teachers’ Conversational Style and Children’s Language Development

Instructional language programs in German childcare centers have shown limited effectiveness. Two reasons may be that (a) the training is unconnected with everyday situations in which children typically acquire language and (b) the programs adopt a cultural model of psychological … Continue reading

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Effect of cooperative learning on the development of metacognition

Cooperative learning was created at the beginning of the last century and it has gone a long way to become one of the most common methods of modern education. Therefore, in this research, the influence of this method on the … Continue reading

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