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    • How Locomotion Concerns Influence Perceptual Judgments 

      Scholer, Abigail A.; Eitam, Baruch; Stadler, Gertraud; Higgins, E. Tory (Guilford Press, 2017-06-01)
      Successful self-regulation involves both assessment (e.g., making the right choices) and locomotion (e.g., managing change and movement). Regulatory mode theory is a motivational framework that highlights the ways in which ...
    • Ratings of Everyday Executive Functioning (REEF): A parent-report measure of preschoolers’ executive functioning skills 

      Nilsen, Elizabeth S.; Huyder, Vanessa; McAuley, Tara; Liebermann, Dana (APA, 2016-04-07)
      Executive functioning (EF) facilitates the development of academic, cognitive, and social-emotional skills and deficits in EF are implicated in a broad range of child psychopathologies. Although EF has clear implications ...
    • Uncovering indicators of adaptive water capacity: A rapid systematic map 

      Epstein, Graham; Sharmin, Dilruba Fatima; Ochieng, Elisha; Garrick, Dustin (University of Waterloo, 2023-05-15)
      The global water crisis is driven by the absence of effective and efficient governance systems.There is a large and growing need to benchmark the current status of water governance in Canada and monitor trends over time. ...


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