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

Abstract : Executive functions are involved in new and/or complex activities such as problem solving activities that include jingsaw puzzles. We hypothesised that the more children have high capacities in terms of executive functions, the higher their capacities for solving puzzles will also be. The aim of this study is to bring the links which connect the different components of executive functions namely inhibition, working memory and flexibility, and the speed of solving jigsaw puzzles to light for nursury pupils.
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Mathilde Vesin. Contrôler ses comportements et ses cognitions facilite-t-il la réalisation d’un puzzle ?. Education. 2020. ⟨dumas-03121488⟩

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