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Abstract The argument that Working Memory (WM) is especially important for reading comprehension has been supported in previous research. The aim of this study was to test a non-computerized WM training method to improve children’s reading comprehension in a longitudinal design. 38 Danish...
Abstract The importance of close relationships has been confirmed for a wide range of health-related outcomes, yet the mechanisms by which social support influences physical health remains understudied. The aim of the study was to investigate the roles of emotional self-efficacy and depressive...
Abstract Cognitive reserve (CR) refers to individual differences in cognitive processing that can protect from and compensate for functional decline related to ageing or brain pathology. The CR theory postulates that attaining an active and cognitively stimulating lifestyle can accumulate CR....
Abstract This article addresses how the current mental health challenges among children and young people call for new educational psychology perspectives, and even more importantly, how the current challenges also call for normative reflections about the reasons behind the rising mental health...
Abstract In recent years, John Hattie’s book Visible Learning (2009) has greatly influenced educational practitioners and policymakers. The visible learning approach has been deemed “the Holy Grail of teaching” (Mansell, 2008), and Hattie has been called the “messiah” of educational research...
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