Human Development & Quantitative Methodology
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The departments within the College of Education were reorganized and renamed as of July 1, 2011. This department incorporates the former departments of Measurement, Statistics & Evaluation; Human Development; and the Institute for Child Study.
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(2018-07-19)This dataset contains test scores for two waves of data collected from kindergarten, third grade, and sixth grade students in 2013 and 2014, respectively. Measures included age-appropriate spatial and mathematics tasks.
(2018)Most anxiety disorders in adults emerge during adolescence, and if left untreated, pediatric anxiety disorders predict adverse mental and physical health outcomes in adolescents and adults. While genetic heritability is a ...
(2018)One of the hallmarks of human cognition is its adaptability and ability to prioritize task demands in order to complete a goal – a concept known as cognitive control. Research has shown that cognitive control develops ...
Children's Developing Conceptions of Fairness: The Role of Status in Children's Responses to Inequalities (2018)The moral concern for fairness is a core element of social life throughout the lifespan. Concerns about fairness arise in multiple contexts, and one very salient context is the allocation of resources. Understanding the ...
Modeling the Speed-Accuracy-Difficulty Interaction in Joint Modeling of Responses and Response Time (2018)With the rapid development of information technology, computer-based tests have become more and more popular in large-scale assessments. Among all the auxiliary data collected during the test-taking process, response times ...