All Relations between Learning Disabilities and self-monitoring

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M Arun Kumar, Swathi . Effectiveness of Interoceptive Programs to Improve Academic Self-Regulation and Reduce Behavioral Problems Among Children With Learning Disabilities. Cureus. vol 16. issue 6. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975505. aims and objectives the present study was designed to investigate the impact of interoceptive programs on improving academic self-regulation and reducing behavioral problems among children with learning disabilities. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
M Arun Kumar, Swathi . Effectiveness of Interoceptive Programs to Improve Academic Self-Regulation and Reduce Behavioral Problems Among Children With Learning Disabilities. Cureus. vol 16. issue 6. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975505. the study found that the interoceptive program had an impact on academic self-regulation and behavioral problems among children with learning disabilities. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
M Arun Kumar, Swathi . Effectiveness of Interoceptive Programs to Improve Academic Self-Regulation and Reduce Behavioral Problems Among Children With Learning Disabilities. Cureus. vol 16. issue 6. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975505. effectiveness of interoceptive programs to improve academic self-regulation and reduce behavioral problems among children with learning disabilities. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
M Arun Kumar, Swathi . Effectiveness of Interoceptive Programs to Improve Academic Self-Regulation and Reduce Behavioral Problems Among Children With Learning Disabilities. Cureus. vol 16. issue 6. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975505. conclusion the results of the study showed that the interoceptive program helped children with learning disabilities improve their academic self-regulation and have fewer behavioral issues. interoception can positively regulate their behavior. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
M Arun Kumar, Swathi . Effectiveness of Interoceptive Programs to Improve Academic Self-Regulation and Reduce Behavioral Problems Among Children With Learning Disabilities. Cureus. vol 16. issue 6. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975505. the academic self-regulation questionnaire for learning disability (srq-a ld) was used to assess the degree of academic self-regulation, while the behavior rating inventory for executive functioning-2 (brief-2) was used to assess the degree of behavioral problems. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
Malek Jdaitawi, Saja Alturki, Samah Ramzy, Walaa Saleh, Sherin Mabrouk, Rania Abdulgawad, Heba Hasa. The effect of modern technology app on the self-regulation skills of students with disabilities. Journal of education and health promotion. vol 11. 2022-11-28. PMID:36439013. ar technology has a significant influence on the teaching approach provided to students with learning disabilities, particularly on their level of self-regulation, and this premise is what motivated the present study. 2022-11-28 2023-08-14 Not clear
Kineret Sharfi, Sara Rosenblum, Sonya Meye. Relationships between executive functions and sensory patterns among adults with specific learning disabilities as reflected in their daily functioning. PloS one. vol 17. issue 4. 2022-04-07. PMID:35390062. results indicated that the difficulties of adults with specific learning disabilities in using executive function abilities efficiently might be tied to a high sensory threshold and passive self-regulation strategies. 2022-04-07 2023-08-13 human
Consuelo M Kreider, Sharon Medina, Mei-Fang Lan, Chang-Yu Wu, Susan S Percival, Charles E Byrd, Anthony Delislie, Donna Schoenfelder, William C Man. Beyond Academics: A Model for Simultaneously Advancing Campus-Based Supports for Learning Disabilities, STEM Students' Skills for Self-Regulation, and Mentors' Knowledge for Co-regulating and Guiding. Frontiers in psychology. vol 9. 2020-10-01. PMID:30174632. beyond academics: a model for simultaneously advancing campus-based supports for learning disabilities, stem students' skills for self-regulation, and mentors' knowledge for co-regulating and guiding. 2020-10-01 2023-08-13 human
Virginia W Berninger, Todd L Richards, Robert D Abbot. Brain and Behavioral Assessment of Executive Functions for Self-Regulating Levels of Language in Reading Brain. Journal of nature and science. vol 3. issue 11. 2020-09-30. PMID:29104930. results are discussed in reference to neuropsychological assessment of supervisory attention (focused and switching) for specific levels of language related to reading acquisition in students with and without language-related specific learning disabilities and self-regulation of the complex reading brain. 2020-09-30 2023-08-13 Not clear
Rebecca Wilbur, Chris Wilk, Rebecca Silver, Rick Parent. Validity and reliability of self-monitoring indices. Brain injury. vol 22. issue 9. 2009-01-23. PMID:18698518. this research concerns the measurement of self-monitoring in people who were diagnosed with traumatic brain injury (tbi), learning disability (ld) and emotional disorder (ed). 2009-01-23 2023-08-12 human
Lilia M Ruban, D Betsy McCoach, Joan M McGuire, Sally M Rei. The differential impact of academic self-regulatory methods on academic achievement among university students with and without learning disabilities. Journal of learning disabilities. vol 36. issue 3. 2004-12-01. PMID:15515647. although research on academic self-regulation has proliferated in recent years, no studies have investigated the question of whether the perceived usefulness and the use of standard self-regulated learning strategies and compensation strategies provide a differential prediction of academic achievement for university students with and without learning disabilities (ld). 2004-12-01 2023-08-12 Not clear
A Miranda, M I Villaescusa, E Vidal-Abarc. Is attribution retraining necessary? Use of self-regulation procedures for enhancing the reading comprehension strategies of children with learning disabilities. Journal of learning disabilities. vol 30. issue 5. 1997-10-15. PMID:9293232. use of self-regulation procedures for enhancing the reading comprehension strategies of children with learning disabilities. 1997-10-15 2023-08-12 Not clear
S B Robertson, C Jackso. Initiation of cigarette smoking among children with and without learning disabilities. Journal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics : JDBP. vol 17. issue 4. 1997-01-17. PMID:8856520. in addition, several of the known correlates of smoking among youth, including low self-control, negative orientation toward school, and peer smoking, were also significantly associated with smoking by children with learning disabilities. 1997-01-17 2023-08-12 Not clear
R Rei. Research in self-monitoring with students with learning disabilities: the present, the prospects, the pitfalls. Journal of learning disabilities. vol 29. issue 3. 1996-10-09. PMID:8732894. research in self-monitoring with students with learning disabilities: the present, the prospects, the pitfalls. 1996-10-09 2023-08-12 Not clear
R Rei. Research in self-monitoring with students with learning disabilities: the present, the prospects, the pitfalls. Journal of learning disabilities. vol 29. issue 3. 1996-10-09. PMID:8732894. this article reviews the literature to date on self-monitoring with students with learning disabilities. 1996-10-09 2023-08-12 Not clear
D L Trammel, P J Schloss, S Alpe. Using self-recording, evaluation, and graphing to increase completion of homework assignments. Journal of learning disabilities. vol 27. issue 2. 1994-06-27. PMID:8195690. this article describes the use of self-monitoring procedures to increase the number of daily homework assignments completed by eight students with learning disabilities. 1994-06-27 2023-08-12 human
J W Maag, R Reid, S A DiGang. Differential effects of self-monitoring attention, accuracy, and productivity. Journal of applied behavior analysis. vol 26. issue 3. 1993-11-19. PMID:8407682. effects of self-monitoring on-task behavior, academic productivity, and academic accuracy were assessed with 6 elementary-school students with learning disabilities in their general education classroom using a mathematics task. 1993-11-19 2023-08-12 Not clear
L D Malone, M A Mastropier. Reading comprehension instruction: summarization and self-monitoring training for students with learning disabilities. Exceptional children. vol 58. issue 3. 1992-06-12. PMID:1813313. forty-five middle-school students with learning disabilities were randomly assigned to one of three reading-comprehension training conditions: (a) summarization training, (b) summarization training with a self-monitoring component, or (c) traditional instruction. 1992-06-12 2023-08-11 Not clear
L D Malone, M A Mastropier. Reading comprehension instruction: summarization and self-monitoring training for students with learning disabilities. Exceptional children. vol 58. issue 3. 1992-06-12. PMID:1813313. reading comprehension instruction: summarization and self-monitoring training for students with learning disabilities. 1992-06-12 2023-08-11 Not clear
L K Dunlap, G Dunla. A self-monitoring package for teaching subtraction with regrouping to students with learning disabilities. Journal of applied behavior analysis. vol 22. issue 3. 1989-11-17. PMID:2793637. the results are compared to the literature on self-monitoring and learning disabilities and discussed in terms of the continuing need for effective and efficient instructional strategies. 1989-11-17 2023-08-11 Not clear