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Project chemical/x-mdl-rdfile FrameWord
The aim of the project FrameWord is to investigate whether mechanisms that were described for visual object recognition – namely, neuronal top-down processing – also apply for visual word recognition.
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Project SCESAM
The project SCESAM investigates when and how children get familiar with the regularities that characterize our daily life. These regularities, that for us adults often seem obvious, comprise for instance, that the milk belongs in the kitchen and not in the bedroom.
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Project D source code SAND
The SAND project examines schooling-specific neurocognitive changes over time when children transition from preschool to primary school, in order to uncover their implications for academic outcome.
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Project ExFunKi
The aim of the ExFunKi project is to adapt, standardize and validate a computerized test battery measuring executive functions at the age of 3–5 years for Germany. Test battery and standards should be available for free.
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Project Haskell source code ADHD
The project ADHD studied various aspects of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and self-regulation.
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Project Octet Stream GIDeCA
GIDeCA assessed biological and psychosocial family-related influences on the ability to delay rewards and on risky decision-making behavior in children with different ADHD symptoms.
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Project Octet Stream NEDA
The project NEDA investigates the relationship between the development of reading and spelling skills and the development of neural auditory processing in elementary school children.
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Project NEIS
Project NEIS is concerned with the development of self-regulatory skills - the ability to perform goal-oriented behavior - in children aged between 5 and 8 years.
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Project ReAL
The project ReAL examines the development of children's reading and calculation skills over the course of elementary school, using a combination of behavioral and neurophysiological (EEG, MRI) measures.
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Project object code AttentionGO
In this research project developmental trajectories of children with and without ADHD symptoms will be examined by determing cognitive and emotional fluctuations, difficulties in self-regulation, and learning strategies.
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