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This study reports on results from 58 women’s subjective reports of their recovery process from anorexia nervosa (AN). Participants were either recovered or in the process of recovering from AN and had received varying levels and types of treatment. Participants were interviewed about the...
This meta-analysis examined 36 studies comparing autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and control groups in reading comprehension. Three moderators (semantic knowledge, decoding skill, PIQ) and two text types (high vs. low social knowledge) were examined as predictors of reading comprehension in ASD....
Listening skills play a critical role in language learning, providing the aural input needed to develop other language skills (Krashen, 1985). In many language classrooms, however, Vandergrift and Goh (2012) have found that listening often receives the least attention from both teachers and...
The objective of this paper is to examine how language acquisition can be most effectively maximized through film as the visual medium. This project explores ways of using modern Hollywood movies in the ESL classroom as a means of developing the writing skills of ESL learners. To my knowledge, no...
Habits of mind and the split-mind effect: When computer-assisted qualitative data anlsyis software is used in phenomenological researchDownload
When Marshall McLUHAN famously stated \"the medium is the message,\" he was echoing Martin HEIDEGGER's assertion that through our use of technology we can become functions of it. Therefore, how does adopting computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software affect our research activities and,...
English article use is one of the most difficult aspects of English grammar for both teachers and learners of English as a second language (ESL). A teacher in Yamada and Matsuura’s (1982) study claimed that his students used articles “almost randomly” (p. 50) while some researchers (e.g., Dulay,...
Second language acquisition research has well established that learners require input, interaction and focus on form during communicative language lessons (Ellis, 2012; Spada & Lightbown, 2008). The question now is no longer if form-focused instruction should be included but where and how the...
This research compared the written compositions of 16 adults with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders and 16 neurotypical control participants, and examined the influence of theory of mind on their writing. Participants ranging in age from 17 years to 42 years, matched on Vocabulary...
Women’s professional mentorship in psychology and the academy: One group’s stories of quilting and lifeDownload
Introduction: How we choose to mentor and support one another in the profession of psychology and the academy speaks volumes about the values we hold in our chosen practice. This paper highlights the experience of six women who chose to form a professional group based on mutual support,...
Choosing Negative Feedback Improves Learning for Students of All Ages: A Game-based Assessment of Seeking Negative Feedback and RevisingDownload
This research examines the effect of age on students’ choices to seek negative feedback and to revise, as well as on students’ learning based on these choices. We designed Posterlet, an assessment game that measures the choices to seek negative feedback and to revise. In this study, 764 students...