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Contrôler ses comportements et ses cognitions facilite-t-il la réalisation d’un puzzle ?

Abstract : Jigsaw puzzles are very popular in nursery school, but we often forget about the problem-solving aspect of them. In general, puzzles are seen as a recreational activity. Nevertheless, the new programs are reaffirming their place in the classroom and in learning. Solving a puzzle involves complex cognitive skills called executive functions. This study aims to demonstrate the link between these high-level skills like inhibition, flexibility and working memory and puzzle-solving performance. It is also interested by the development of executive functions and the various factors that can impact their evolution, such as the social environment and bilingualism. The experiment conducted in this research was carried out with children aged 3 to 6 years old, enrolled in kindergarten classes.
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Aude Chatellet. Contrôler ses comportements et ses cognitions facilite-t-il la réalisation d’un puzzle ?. Education. 2020. ⟨dumas-03046214⟩

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