167: Defining and Evaluating Executive Functioning in Children---New Data and New Ideas

Subject(s)
DAY
August 10, 2014
Time & Place
8 a.m.-11:50 a.m.
Level
Intermediate
CE Credits
4
Enrollment Limit
35
Description
This intermediate presentation provides an overview of executive functioning with emphasis on the emerging literature that creates a link between theory and applied practice. The presenter will discuss the nationally representative sample of 3,500 children collected for the Comprehensive Executive Functioning Inventory (Naglieri & Goldstein, 2013) as well as other tools. The discussion will include the integration of information about behaviors related to executive function with intelligence along with an emphasis on interventions.
Learning Objectives
1. Articulate the history and theory of executive function.
2. Describe the most current theories of executive function.
3. Comprehend the relationship of theories to current assessment.
4. Explain the most nationally representative sample addressing the question of executive function and related abilities in children.
Instructor(s)
Jack A. Naglieri, PhD, University of Virginia
Pricing

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On-site: Aug. 6-10, 2014

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