EDUCATIONAL, INSTRUCTIONAL AND SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY



JULY 18 - MONDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

CII                                                  SY EDC 15                       SY EDC 19

JULY 19 - TUESDAY

CII                                                                                  SY EDC 25

JULY 20 - WEDNESDAY

AU-B       TS EDC 6          PS EDC 1


JULY 21 - THURSDAY

S1         SY EDC 1          PA EDC   KA EDC 1   KA EDC 2              KA EDC 3      SY EDC 2
S4         SY EDC 3          SY EDC 4            SY EDC 5                            SY EDC 6
S5         SY EDC 7          SY EDC 8            SY EDC 9                            SY EDC 10
AU-B       PS EDC 2          DM EDC              PS EDC 3                    
CV         TS EDC 1          TS EDC 2            TS EDC 3                            TS EDC 4
                                                 
Exhibition
Area       PO EDC (SESSION 1)                    PO EDC (SESSION 2)                  


JULY 22 - FRIDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S1         SY EDC 11         KA EDC 4    KA EDC 5    SY EDC 12                       SY EDC 13
S4         SY EDC 14         SY EDC 20               SY EDC 16                       SY EDC 17
S5         SY EDC 18         SY EDC 24               SY EDC 22                       SY EDC 21
CI         TS EDC 13         SY EDC 23               TS EDC 14                       TS EDC 17
CIII                                                                                 TS EDC 15
CV         TS EDC 5          TS EDC 7                TS EDC 8                        TS EDC 9
D-11       TS EDC 10         TS EDC 11               TS EDC 12                       TS EDC 16

Exhibition
Area       PO EDC (SESSION 3)                        PO EDC (SESSION 4)
EDUCATIONAL, INSTRUCTIONAL AND SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY EDC 15 Room: CII THE INTELLECTUAL ABILITIES, PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS, AND INTEREST PATTERNS OF INTELLECTUALLY GIFTED ADOLESCENTS: CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISONS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Carol J. MILLS; The John Hopkins University, USA SY EDC (15) 1 COMPARISON OF THE ACADEMIC INTERESTS AND STUDY PREFERENCES OF YOUNG AMERICAN IRISH STUDENTS Linda B. BARNETT & Sean CLOSE, John Hopkins University, USA SY EDC (15) 2 COMPARISON OF SAT SCORES FOR IRISH AND AMERICAN STUDENTS USED TO IDENTIFY ACADEMIC TALENT OF STUDENTS FOR IRELAND AND UNITED STATES Linda B. BARNETT & Helen KENNY, John Hopkins University, USA SY EDC (15) 3 CHARACTERISTICS OF STUDENTS WHO REASON EXTREMELY WELL MATHEMATICALLY AND/OR VERBALLY Linda E. BRODY & Carol C. BLACKBURN; The John Hopkins University, USA SY EDC (15) 3 COGNITIVE/PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILES OF GIFTED ADOLESCENTS: ABILITY, CULTURAL, AND GENDER COMPARISON Carol J. MILLS The John Hopkins University, USA SY EDC (15) 5 TEMPERAMENT AND INTELLECTUAL ABILITIES: PERSONS IN THE TWENTIES/THIRTIES AS COMPARED WITH PERSONS IN THE FORTIES/FIFTIES Anna PIOTROWSKA & Jan STRELAU; University of Warsaw, Poland SY EDC (15) 6 GIFTEDNESS AND GENDER. WHAT RESEARCH AND STATITICS IS TELLING US Wilhelm WIECZERKOWSKI & Tania PRADO; University of Hamburg, Germany +----------------------------------+ MONDAY 18 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY EDC 19 Room: CII SPATIAL ABILITY AND ITS ROLE IN SCIENTIFIC TALENT Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Heinrich STUMPF; & Carol J. MILLS; The John Hopkins University, USA SY EDC (19) 1 A STRUCTURAL THEORY OF SPATIAL ABILITIES: EXAMPLES FROM BEHAVIOR GENETIC RESEARC Ruth GUTTMAN The Hebrew University, Israel SY EDC (19) 2 EFFECTS OF TASK CONSTRITUENTS: A NEW WAY TO MEASURE SPATIAL ABILITIES Michael BERG Dr. G. Schuhfried Ges. m.b.H., Austria SY EDC (19) 3 GENDER-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN SPATIAL ABILITY: A STUDY ACROSS VARIOUS ITEM TYPES Heinrich STUMPF The John Hopkins University, USA & John ELIOT, University of Maryland, USA SY EDC (19) 4 SPATIAL ABILITY AND SUCCESS IN SCIENCE EDUCATION FOR ACADEMICALLY TALENTED STUDENTS John ELIOT University of Maryland, USA & Heinrich STUMPF, The John Hopkins University, USA +----------------------------------+ TUESDAY 19 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY EDC 25 Room: CII PROFESSIONALS FACING WORK-RELATED ETHICAL DILEMMAS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Adam NIEMCZYNSKI; Uniwersytet Jagiellonski, Poland SY EDC (25) 1 THE DEVELOPMENT AND ASSESSMENT OF PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR Muriel BEBEAU University of Minnesota, USA SY EDC (25) 2 PROFESSIONAL ETHICAL SOCIALISATION; MORALITY AND DISCOURSE Helen HASTE University of Bath, U.K. SY EDC (25) 3 NARRATIVES OF PROFESSIONAL MORAL DILEMAS Piero PAOLICCHI Universita di Pisa, Italy +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 8:30 +----------------------------------+ TS EDC 6 Room: AU-B LEARNING PROCESSES AND THINKING SKILLS TS EDC (6) 1 WHAT CONSTITUTES A WORD FINDING PROBLEM? Julie DOCKRELL & Nick BRAISBY; INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION, U.K. TS EDC (6) 2 CHILDREN'S UNDERSTANDING OF FIGURATIVE EXPRESSIONS - DEVELOPMENTAL AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES Valentin E. GONZALEZ & Claes-Gran WENESTAM; UNIVERSITY OF GOETEBORG, SWEDEN TS EDC (6) 3 RHETORICAL MEANS FOR CLEAR-CUT FORMULATIONS A. VUKOVICH ; UNIVERSITY OF REGENSBURG, GERMANY TS EDC (6) 4 MEMORISING AND UNDERSTANDING: THE KEYS TO SOLVING THE MYSTERIES OF THE CHINESE LEARNER? David WATKINS ; UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, HONG KONG TS EDC (6) 5 INPUT MODALITY PREFERENCE: MEASUREMENT AND RELATIONSHIP TO PERFORMANCE Neville J. SCHOFIELD & Bob CONWAY & Kathryn THORNTON; UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA TS EDC (6) 6 FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF LEARNING DISABILITIES IN BILINGUAL CHILDREN Wayne H. HOLTZMAN USA TS EDC (6) 7 CREATIVITY AND PROBLEM SOLVING: "HOW-TO-SOLVE" KNOWLEDGE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE. Henri CHRISTIAANS & Kees VENSELAAR; DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ENGINEERING, THE NETHERLANDS +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 11:30 +----------------------------------+ PS EDC (1) Room: AU B THE SCHOOL OF THE FUTURE Chairperson: Wayne H. HOLTZMAN; THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, USA Participants: J.J. SANCHEZ SOSA, UNAM, Mexico I. LUNT, University of London, UK A. MARCHESI, Secretario de Estado de Educación, Spain +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 8:30 +----------------------------------+ PS EDC (2) Room: AU B THE TEACHER AS A MENTAL HEALTH AGENT Chairpersons: Avigdor KLINGMAN; University of Haifa, Israel & Kalman BENYAMINI; Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Participants: Frances CULBERTSON, Mental Health Associates, USA Victoria GORDILLO, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain Ronda TALLEY, American Psychological Association, USA SY EDC 1 Room: S1 PSYCHOLOGY AND DISABILITY Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Jeff BAILEY; University of Southern Queensland, Australia SY EDC (1) 1 MEDICATION PRACTICES AND EFFECTS FOR ADHD STUDENTS Jeffrey G. BAILEY ; University of Southern Queensland, Australia SY EDC (1) 2 A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAMS FOR DOWN SYNDROME CHILDREN Ron PENNEY ; Nothern Territory University, Australia SY EDC (1) 3 MEASURING SELF-PERCEIVED STRESS IN PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES Paul BRAMSTON ; University of Southern Queensland, Australia SY EDC (1) 4 EVALUATING PROGRAMME EFFECTIVENESS WITH STUDENTS WITH BEHAVIOR DISORDERS Ian PRESLAND University of Southern Queensland, Australia SY EDC 3 Room: S4 AFFECTIVE PROCESSES AND CLASSROOM LEARNING Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Monique BOEKAERTS; Leiden University, The Netherlands SY EDC (3) 1 CONFIDENCE AND DOUBT AND CLASSROOM LEARNING Monique BOEKAERTS ; Leiden University, The Netherlands SY EDC (3) 2 COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE PROCESSES IN UNIVERSITY STUDENT LEARNING Simone E. VOLET ; Murdoch University, Australia SY EDC (3) 3 THE ROLE OF SELF-SCHEMAS IN SELF-REGULATED LEARNING Paul P. PINTRICH & Teresa GARCIA & Elisabeth DE GROOT; University of Michigan, USA SY EDC (3) 4 EFFECTS OF INTEREST ON ATTENTION AND LEARNING FROM TEXT Uli SCHIEFELE & Klaus-Peter WILD; University BUNDESWEHR Munich, Germany SY EDC (3) 5 COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE FACTORS AS DETERMINANTS OF MATHEMATICS PERFORMANCE Anastasia EFKLIDES & Maria PAPADAKI & Georgia PAPANTONIOU; University of Thessaloniki, Greece SY EDC 7 Room: S5 COGNITIVE EDUCATION: INDIVIDUALS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES Convener(s): J.P. DAS; University of Alberta, Canada Chairperson(s): John KIRBY, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada SY EDC (7) 1 THE PREP REMEDIATION PROGRAM J.P. DAS ; University of Alberta, Canada SY EDC (7) 2 SUCCESSIVE PROCESSING AND READING ACHIEVEMENT J.R. KIRBY Queen's University, Canada SY EDC (7) 3 A DYNAMIC APPROACH TO METACOGNITIVE AND COGNITIVE INSTRUCTION R.F. MULCAHY ; University of Alberta, Canada SY EDC (7) 4 COGNITIVE PROCESSING ACROSS ABILITY GROUPS: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY N.J. SCHOFIELD ; University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia SY EDC (7) 5 INTEGRATED CLINICAL COGNITIVE SCIENCE EDUCATION: LEARNING DISABILITIES Sharma SATISH ; RDC Children Hospital, rehabilitation Centre for Handicapped Children, Andhra Pradesh, IndiaTS EDC 1 Room: CV DEVELOPMENT OF COGNITIVE AND SOCIAL SKILLS (Language: Spanish) TS EDC (1) 1 DEVELOPMENT OF POST-CONVENTIONAL MORAL REASONING AND INTELECTUAL DEVELOPMENT Esteban PEREZ-DELGADO & M.J. CANTERO; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN TS EDC (1) 2 EPISTEMOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF PIAGET'S DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES: A LAKATOSIAN INTERPRETATION Mansoor NIAZ ; UNIVERSIDAD DE ORIENTE, VENEZUELA TS EDC (1) 3 PERSONAL GROWTH AND EDUCATION IN SOCIAL VALUES: PROFILE OF STUDENTS WHO BENEFIT MORE FROM PIECAP PROGRAMME Pedro HERNANDEZ HERNANDEZ & Ramon ACIEGO & Raquel DOMINGUEZ; UNIVERSIDAD DE LA LAGUNA, SPAIN TS EDC (1) 4 PROMOTION OF SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN USING COVERT REHEARSAL: PRIMARY PREVENTION OF HUMAN DISFUNCTION Laura HERNANDEZ-GUZMAN MEXICO TS EDC (1) 5 APPLICATION OF THE INVENTORY OF PIAGET'S DEVELOPMENTAL TASKS (IPDT) TO SPANISH SAMPLE Anna LOPEZ PUIG ; UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA, SPAIN TS EDC (1) 6 THE INFLUENCE OF SKILL TRAINING ON SELF-EFFICACY Manon HOEHSTRA ; VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS POSTER SESSION 1 PO EDC 1 THE EFFECT OF THE EDUCATION FOR ALL HANDICAPPED CHILDREN ACT ON DEAF EDUCATION Yael BAT-CHAVA ; NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, USA PO EDC 2 TYPES OF TEST ANXIOUS STUDENTS Menucha BIRENBAUM & Peretz PINKO; TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY, ISRAEL PO EDC 3 INTUITION ANCHORS INTELLECT Carolyn BOLLENBACH USA PO EDC 4 EDUCATORS VERBAL BEHAVIOR AND THE EVOLUTION OF A SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR 3-4 YEARS OLD CHILDREN Yvon BOUCHARD & ROYER, N. & ROUSSEL, C.; UNIVERSITE DU QUEBEC A RIMOUSKI, CANADA PO EDC 5 DIFFICULTIES OF LEARNING: EDUCATIONAL WORK WITH BOTH OPERATORY CONCEPTIONS AND ACADEMIC CONTENTS USING RULE GAMES Rosely Palermo BRENELLI ; UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DE CAMPINAS, BRASIL PO EDC 6 MODALITES D'ENTREE DE L'INFORMATION ET COMPREHENSION TEXTUELLE Jean Pierre BRUCKERT & SANGUIN-BRUCKERT, Ch.; UNIVERSITE PARIS X, FRANCE PO EDC 7 PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE IN THE SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT Francisco CASTILLO & IZQUIERDO, C. & GONZALEZ-TABLAS, M.M. & MANZANO, J.M.; FACULTAD DE MEDICINA, Salamanca, SPAIN PO EDC 8 AN ANALYSIS OF PAUSE DURATIONS IN WRITTEN PRODUCTION BY ADULTS Lucile CHANQUOY & FOULIN, J.N. & FAYOL, M.; JEUNE EQIUPE DE PSYCHOLOGIE DU DEVELOPMENT COGNITIF, FRANCE PO EDC 9 STUDY OF COGNITIVE OVERLOAD IN WRITTEN PRODUCTION Lucile CHANQUOY & M. RIBAUTE; UNIVERSITE PAUL VALERY, FRANCE PO EDC 10 THE EFFECTS OF SPURNING AND SOCIAL SUPPORT ON TEACHER BURNOUT Wai H. CHEUK & Kwok S. WONG; UNIVERSITY OF MACAU, MACAU PO EDC 11 TEACHER'S CLOSE FRIENDSHIP AND COPING EFFECTIVENESS OF STUDENT-RELATED AND SCHOOL STRUCTURE-RELATED PROBLEMS Wai H. CHEUK & Kwok S. WONG; UNIVERSITY OF MACAU, MACAU PO EDC 12 MORAL REASONING AND DEMOGRAPHICAL VARIABLES IN GIFTED AND AVERAGE ABILITY STUDENTS William L. CHOVAN & Nancy FREEMAN; WESTERN CAROLINA UNIVERSITY, USA PO EDC 15 IS THE NEW AGE DANGEROUS TO YOUTH: CRITICS VS. EXPERTS? Arthur A. DOLE ; UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, USA PO EDC 18 IMAGINATION AND CREATIVITY Galya GERCHEVA-NESTOROVA BULGARIA PO EDC 19 THE EFFECTS OF FEEDBACK TYPE, PRESENTATION FORMAT, AND REPETITION ON REPRESENTATIONAL CHANGE DURING PROBLEM SOLVING Ruey-Yun HORNG & Li-Fen HUANG; NATIONAL CHIAO TUNG UNIVERSITY, TAIWAN PO EDC 21 PARENT-CAREGIVER PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM AND CHILDREN'S SOCIO-AFFECTIVE ADAPTATION AT HOME AND AT DAYCARE Marie JACQUES & C. BEAUDOIN & C. DESCHENES & S. MORIN & E. PARADIS; UNIVERSITÉ LAVAL, CANADA PO EDC 23 A FAILURE OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY: THE BELIEF IN AND USE OF AN INVALID TECHNIQUE BY EDUCATORS OF STUDENTS WITH AUTISM Kathleen M. DILLON & Dennis VOGEL & James FENLASON; WESTERN NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE, USA PO EDC 25 ESTIMATION OF CHILDREN'S PSYCHOLOGICAL READINESS FOR STUDIES Tamara N. CHEBYKINA UKRAINE PO EDC 25 A COMPARATIVE STUDY ABOUT READING COMPREHENSION AND VOCABULARY LEVEL IN BILINGUAL 5th. GRADE STUDENTS FROM THE C. VALENCIANA Fernando DOMÉNECH-BETORET ; UNIVERSIDAD "JAUME I", SPAIN PO EDC 26 LOS CONFLICTOS AFECTIVOS Y SU EFECTO EN LA INDECISION VOCACIONAL Marcos Alencar A. BALBINOTTI & Armando MAROCCO; UNIVERSIDADE DO CALE DO RIO DOS SINOS - UNISINOS, BRASIL PO EDC 28 EXPERTISE AND THE CONTEXT: A CASE STUDY OF THE MATCH BETWEEN PERSONS' EXPECTATIONS AND THE CULTURE OF THE WORKING ENVIRONMENT Kirsti KARILA & Eero ROPO; UNIVERSITY OF TAMPERE, FINLAND PO EDC 29 THE TEACHING OF LEARNING STRATEGIES AT THE UNIVERSITY: AN INTEGRATED PROPOSAL IN THE INSTRUCTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY'S SUBJECT Mercé CLARIANA & Carles MONEREO; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA, SPAIN PO EDC 31 CHILDRENS REASONING IN THE GAME OF RULES: EVALUATION AND PSYCHOPEDAGOGICAL INTERVENTION Antonio C. ORTEGA & C.M.B. CALVALCANTE & C.B. ROSSETTI & C.C. DOS SANTOS & F.C. DOS SANTOS & R.M. ALVES & T.J.L. LOUREIRO; FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF ESPIRITU SANTO, BRAZIL PO EDC 32 DEVELOPMENTAL AND EMOCIONAL INDICATORS FOR PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN VERSUS AGE, SEX, FAMILY ORGANIZATION AND INCOME Silvia Virginia COUTINHO AREOSA & Maria Lucia TIELLET NUNES; PUCRS, BRASIL PO EDC 36 IMPACT OF SOCIO-CULTURAL CONDITIONS, SEX AND AGE ON THE BASIC ISSUES OF OEDIPAL CONFLICT IN PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN. Jurema ALCIDES CUNHA & Blanca GUEVARA WERLANG & Maria Lucia TIELLET NUNES; PUCRS. DEPT.MESTRADO EM PSICOLOGIA, BRASIL PO EDC 37 LEARNING STRATEGIES IN ECONOMY AND MANAGEMENT STUDENTS: A DEVELOPMENTAL DESCRIPTION Carmen ARAGONES-PRIETO & Carmen VIZCARRO; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID, SPAIN PO EDC 38 EVALUATION AND MODELING OF COGNITIVE AND ACADEMIC SKILLS IN MEXICO Marta A. ARRIOLA & Sandra CASTAÑEDA & Miguel LOPEZ, MEXICO PO EDC 150 TEACHER EFFICACY AND TEACHER TRAINING Shigeo SAKURAI ; NARA UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, JAPAN +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 11:30 +----------------------------------+ PA EDC Room: S1 NOT JUST THE INDIVIDUAL: A NEW CONCEPTION FOR A NEW EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Gavriel SALOMON; UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, USA SY EDC 4 Room: S4 FROM PRO-SOCIAL BEHAVIOR TO COORDINATION OF COOPERATION AND COMPETITION IN EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Angela U. BRANCO; University of Brasilia, Brazil & Jaan VALSINER; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA SY EDC (4) 1 CONCEPTUAL ISSUES AND APPLICATIONS WITHIN EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS Angela U. BRANCO ; University of Brasilia, Brazil SY EDC (4) 2 PREDICTIVE FACTORS OF PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN: EMPATHY, ATTACHMENT AND PERSPECTIUVE TAKING Félix LOPEZ ; University of Salamanca, Spain & Pedro APODACA & Itziar ETXEBARRIA & Amaia EZEIZA & Maria ORTIZ; University of the Basque Country, Spain & Maria FUENTES, University of Malaga, Spain SY EDC (4) 3 AFFECTIVE AND MOTIVATIONAL BASES FOR CHILDREN'S HELPING BEHAVIOR Gisela TROMMSDORFF & Wolfgang FRIDLMEIER; University of Konstanz, Germany Discussant(s): Pablo DEL RIO, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain SY EDC 8 Room: S5 ASPECTS OF YOUNG'S CHILDREN'S COGNITIONS IN WHOLE CLASSROOM LEARNING CONTEXTS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Alison ELLIOTT; University of Western Sydney Nepean, Australia SY EDC (8) 1 PERCEPTION AND FACILITATION OF SELF-REGULATORY LEARNING STRATEGIES IN PRESCHOOL CLASSROOMS Alison ELLIOT University of Western Sydney Nepean, Australia SY EDC (8) 2 RESEARCHING THE CLASSROOM AS A SYSTEM Kathryn CRAWFORD University of Sydney, Australia SY EDC (8) 3 IDENTIFYING YOUNG GIFTED CHILDREN IN CLASSROOM CONTEXTS Janice M. HALL Macquaire University, Australia SY EDC (8) 4 INCREASING CHILDREN'S METACOGNITIVE AWARENESS OF LEARNING AND TEST STRATEGIES Laurel BORNHOLT University of Sydney, Australia SY EDC (8) 5 PRESCHOOLERS' EXPLORATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS AND TECHNOLOGY Margaret CARR University of Waikato, New Zealand SY EDC (8) 6 FACILITATING WRITTING METACOGNITIONS IN A CLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: THE CASE OF THE COMPUTERIZED WRITING PARTNER Sandy J. HICKS University of Rhode Island, USA Discussant(s): Kathryn CRAWFORD, Australia TS EDC 2 Room: CV ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND PERFORMANCE (Language: Spanish) TS EDC (2) 1 PREDICTIVE VALIDITY IN EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION Ester BARBERA & Mª José CANTERO; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN TS EDC (2) 2 CHILD REARING PRACTICES AS PREDICTORS OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AT COLLEGE LEVEL: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS Juan José SANCHEZ-SOSA MEXICO TS EDC (2) 3 AN ATTRIBUTIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM IN THE SCHOOL: WHY SOMETIMES DOESNT WORK? Jose BUENO-ALVAREZ & Celedonio CASTANEDO-SECADAS, SPAIN TS EDC (2) 4 THE PREDICTION OF THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN THE BEGINNING OF SECONDARY EDUCATION Julio MACHARGO & Esperanza ALONSO & Guadalupe MENDEZ & M. Felisa PEREZ & M. Carmen SOCORRO, SPAIN TS EDC (2) 5 IMPROVING INTELLECTUAL OUTCOMES OF ADOLESCENTS BY COMPUTER PROGRAMS Monserrat TESOURO CID ; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA, SPAIN TS EDC (2) 6 SOME PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS OF SCHOOLARFAILURE: LINGUISTIC USES, SOCIAL CLASS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE Anastasio OVEJERO & A.I. GARCIA ALVAREZ & J.A. FERNANDEZ ALONSO; UNIVERSITY OF OVIEDO, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 13:00 +----------------------------------+ KA EDC 1 Room: S1 ASSESSING THE SKILLS OF EXPERT PEDAGOGUES David C. BERLINER; ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, USA +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 14:30 +----------------------------------+ KA EDC 2 Room: S1 THE DOMAIN ORIENTATION IN INSTRUCTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: THE CASE OF MATHEMATICS Erik DE CORTE; CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN, Belgium PS EDC (3) Room: AU B INITIAL TEACHER TRAINING OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS Chairperson: Africa DE LA CRUZ; Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain Participants: David C. BERLINER, Arizona State University, USA Robert GLASER, University of Pittsburgh, USA Michael KNOWLES, Monash University, Australia Wilbert McKEACHIE, The University of Michigan, USA SY EDC 5 Room: S4 STATE OF THE ART OF INSTRUCTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY IN HISPANIC COUNTRIES (Language: Spanish) Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Sandra CASTAÑEDA; UNAM, Mexico SY EDC (5) 1 INSTRUCTIONAL VS. OBSTRUCTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: UNDOING WRONGDOINGS WITH NEW REMEDIES Alfonso ORANTES ; Central University of Venezuela, Venezuela SY EDC (5) 2 INTEGRAL MODEL FOR UNIVERSITY EVALUATION Miguel LOPEZ ; Autonomus University of Mexico, Mexico SY EDC (5) 3 DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY IN NICARAGUA Angelina ARRIOLA ; Autonomus University of Nicaragua, Nicaragua SY EDC (5) 4 THE RELATION BETWEEN INSTRUCTION AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN COLOMBIAN EDUCATION Rosalía MONTEALEGRE ; University of Los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia SY EDC (5) 5 MEXICAN INSTRUCTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Sandra CASTAÑEDA ; Autonomus University of Mexico, Mexico Discussant(s): Mario CARRETERO, Autonomus University of Madrid, Spain SY EDC 9 Room: S5 LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION IN DIFFERENT DOMANINS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Mario CARRETERO; Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain & Erik DE CORTE; University of Leuven, Belgium SY EDC (9) 1 REASONING IN DIFFERENT SUBJECT MATTER DOMAINS James F. VOSS ; University of Pittsburgh, USA SY EDC (9) 2 DOES MATHEMATICS REQUIRE ITS DOWN THEORY OF LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION; RATIO AS AN INSTANCE OF RELATIONAL THINKING AND PERSPECTIVE TAKING David CARRAHER ; Universidade Federal de Pernambuco & TERC SY EDC (9) 3 CONCEPTUAL CHANGE IN CHEMISTRY: EFFECTS OF THE CONTEXT Juan I. POZO & Angeles SANZ & Miguel A. GOMEZ; Autonomus University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain SY EDC (9) 4 CAUSAL THEORIES IN HISTORY AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR INSTRUCTION Mario CARRETERO & Asunción LOPEZ MANJON & Lilliana JACOTT; Autonomus University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain TS EDC 3 Room: CV LEARNING IN READING AND MATHEMATICS I (Language: Spanish) TS EDC (3) 1 PROPOSAL FOR AN APPLIED THEORETICAL READING MODEL Juan F. ROMERO & Mª J. GONZALEZ; UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA, SPAIN TS EDC (3) 2 THE ROLE OF UNDERSTANDING IN SOLVING ARITHMETIC WORD PROBLEMS BY DEAF PUPILS Carrasumada SERRANO PAU ; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA, SPAIN TS EDC (3) 3 APPLICATION OF THE LEARNING PYRAMID SCHEME: LEXICON, SYNTAXES, AND COMPREHENSION IN MATHEMATICS: SPECIFICALLY IN THE SETS THEORY Corina CUEVAS & Concepción SUAREZ; UNIVERSIDAD NAL. AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO TS EDC (3) 4 IMMEDIATE AND DELAYED COMPREHENSION OF MAYAN HISTORY TEXTS. CONGRUENCY EFFECTS BETWEEN VERBAL AND PICTORICAL ACQUISITION AND RETRIEVAL CONTEXTS Yanko MEZQUITA & Sandra CASTAÑEDA, MEXICO TS EDC (3) 5 SUBLEXICAL PROCESSING IN LEARNING TO READ Mª José GONZALEZ & J. F. ROMERO; UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA, SPAIN POSTER SESSION 2 PO EDC 39 IDENTIFYING GIFTED STUDENTS: RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TEACHER NOMINATION, MEASURED INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Robin A. BAILEY ; TOOWOOMBA PREPARATORY SCHOOL, AUSTRALIA PO EDC 40 PARENTING EDUCATIONAL PRACTICES: THEORY AND RESEARCH José Henrique BARROS & F. NETO; Facultad de Psicología, Porto, PORTUGAL PO EDC 43 LA AVENTURA DE LEER: PROGRAMA METACOGNITIVO PARA MEJORAR LA COMPRENSION LECTORA EN ALUMNOS DE EDUCACION PRIMARIA Ll. Jesús BELTRAN & M. Carmen GONZALEZ, SPAIN PO EDC 47 VALUES IN YOUNG PEOPLE (at the end of the century) Amalio CALVO DIAZ & David H. WALACE & Pepita GONZALEZ CONDE & Elena PEREZ ALVAREZ; I.B. ARAMO, SPAIN PO EDC 49 CAREER CHOICE DEVELOPMENT AND SATISFACTION IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Mª Carmen CAPOTE MORALES & Eduardo MARTIN CABRERA & Luis Alberto GARCIA GARCIA; UNIVERSIDAD DE LA LAGUNA, SPAIN PO EDC 50 WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT HOW OUR STUDENTS LEARN: SUCCESSES AND FAILURES IN LATIN AMERICA Sandra CASTAÑEDA & S. CONTRERAS & M. SMET & M. VILLASEÑOR; UNIVERSIDAD NAL. AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO PO EDC 51 RESEARCH, EVALUATION AND UNIVERSITY LEARNING TUTORING SYSTEM Sandra CASTAÑEDA & Miguel LOPEZ; UNIVERSIDAD NAL. AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO PO EDC 52 PSYCHO-SOCIAL ASPECTS OF YOUTHFUL'S UNEMPLOYMENT: ANALYSIS FROM SCHOOL FAILURE FOR PREVENTIVE INTERVENTION Jorge CASTELLA SARRIERA ; PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDADE CATOLICA DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL, BRAZIL PO EDC 53 INFLUENCES ON THE QUALITY OF SCHOOL LIFE Bob CONWAY & Neville SCHOFIELD; UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA PO EDC 54 VISUAL HEALTH AND LIFE STYLES IN "THE EDUCATIONAL REFORM" Pere CORTADA & María ANTICH, SPAIN PO EDC 57 THE TRANSITION FROM SCHOOL TO THE WORKPLACE: A DIALECTIC PERSPECTIVE Jean-Louis DROLET & Marcel MONETTE; UNIVERSITE LAVAL. CANADA PO EDC 58 PRESENTATION OF THE PROGRAM FOR ANXIETY REDUCTION IN EXAMINATIONS -P.R.A.E.- Amalia ESCALONA & Juan José MIGUEL-TOBAL, UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, SPAIN PO EDC 62 EFECTOS DEL CONTROL DE LA ANSIEDAD POR LA MUSICA EN LA EVOCACION LEXICA Y EN EL RAZONAMIENTO GRAMATICAL José Angel DE FRANCISCO & Matilde BASTIF GUERRERO & Josep RIPOLL, SPAIN PO EDC 63 ERIC: UNDERSTANDING THE MULTIPLE INFLUENCES ON AN AT-RISK STUDENT John G. FREEMAN & Nancy L. HUTCHINSON; UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, USA PO EDC 66 ANALYSIS OF THE SOCIOLOGIC AND PSYCHOPEDAGOGIC VARIABLES THAT MEDIATE IN THE PARENTS' INVOLVEMENT IN THEIR CHILDREN'S LEARNING PROCESS: A STUDY OF THE CANARIAN REALITY Mª Dolores GARCIA HERNANDEZ & de la GUARDIA ROMERO, Rosa María; LA LAGUNA UNIVERSITY, SPAIN PO EDC 67 PROSPECTS, SATISFACTIONS, AND DIFFICULTIES FOR PEOPLE, WHO ARE OVER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OLD, WHEN STUDYING PSYCHOLGY Jose Manuel GARCIA-FERNANDEZ SPAIN PO EDC 68 COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO GROUPS: PEOPLE, OVER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OLD, WHO ENTER THE PSYCHOLOGY COLLEGE AND STUDENTS WHO COME FROM SECONDARY EDUCATION Jose Manuel GARCIA-FERNANDEZ SPAIN PO EDC 69 PORTRAY OF THE POPULATION, OVER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OLD, INTERESTED IN STUDYING PSYCHOLOGY Jose Manuel GARCIA-FERNANDEZ SPAIN PO EDC 76 READING LEARNING AND LITERACY ZONE M. Jose GONZALEZ & J. ROMERO; UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA, SPAIN PO EDC 77 SEX EDUCATION FOR 8 TO 11 YEAR OLD CHILDREN Selma GONZALEZ & Ofelia REYES; UNAM, MEXICO PO EDC 80 INTELLIGENCE, IMAGINATION AND MEMORY IN THE FIRST YEARS OF SCHOOL M. Pilar GONZALEZ ROMAN & Covadonga I. CONTRERAS, SPAIN PO EDC 81 EXPERTAUPE: UN SYSTÉME-EXPERT D'AIDE A L'ORIENTATION EN CLASSE PRÉPARATOIRE AUX ÉCOLES D'INGENIEUR Patrick GOSLING & Philippe LEGOFF; UNIVERSITÉ DE PARIS X-NANTERRE, FRANCE PO EDC 84 SELF-PERCEPTIONS OF SCHOOL-RELATED ABILITIES IN A SAMPLE FRENCH-CANADIAN ELEMENT SCHOOL CHILDREN Martine HEBERT & L. SAINT-LAURENT & N. DESBIENS; UNIVERSITE LAVAL, CANADA PO EDC 85 TALES AS CATALYST IN SCHOOL DEVELOPING WORKS Mads HERMANSEN ; ROYAL DANISH SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES, DENMARK PO EDC 87 MOTIVATION TOWARDS STUDY AND PERSONALITY FEATURES Pedro HERNANDEZ HERNANDEZ & Luis A. GARCIA & Isabel LUJAN; UNIVERSIDAD DE LA LAGUNA, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 16:00 +----------------------------------+ KA EDC 3 Room: S1 THEORY AND APPLICATION IN INSTRUCTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Robert GLASER; UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, USA +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY EDC 10 Room: S5 LEARNING STRATEGIES, METACOGNITIVE ACTIVITY AND TEACHING THINKING (Language: Spanish) Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Javier GONZ´LEZ-MARQUÉS; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY EDC (10) 1 INSTRUCTIONAL OPTIMIZATION THROUGH EVALUATION OF COGNITIVE PROCESSES Bharati BAVEJA Delhi University, India SY EDC (10) 2 COGNITIVE EVALUATION AND INTERVENTION TO DEVELOP LEARNING AND THINKING SKILLS J. GONZALEZ MARQUES Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY EDC (10) 3 METACOGNITION ASSESSMENT BY ITS COGNITIVE COMPONENTS J. MAYOR & J. GONZALEZ MARQUES & A. SUENGAS & J. GARCIA-GALLO & E. MIRANDA & S. VAZQUEZ; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY EDC (10) 4 DATA-BASED SCHOOL PLANNING: A PROCESS AIMED AT SUCCESS Robert J. NEARINE Hartford, CT Public Schools, USA SY EDC (10) 5 DEVELOPMENT OF THINKING ABILITIES USING A COMPUTER PROGRAM Felipe TIRADO & Andres SANCHEZ; UNAM, Mexico SY EDC (10) 6 THE EFFECTS OF INSTRUCTION, APTITUDE AND GROUPING ON MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF FOURTH GRADE GERMAN STUDENTS STUDYING UNDER MASTERY LEARNING AND NORMAL CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION Güzver YILDIRAN & Robert HACKENBERG; BOGAZIÇI UNIVERSITY, TURKEY SY EDC (10) 7 THE SELF-REGULATED LEARNER AS A MATHEMATICS PROBLEM SOLVER Maria CARDELLE-ELAWAR ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY WEST, USA SY EDC (10) 8 DEVELOPING THINKING SKILLS AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL, A PROPOSAL Carmen E. ALFONZO DE LEON & Myriam GOMEZ DE SORIANO & Freddy ROJAS; Universidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas, Venezuela SY EDC (10) 9 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND PRESCRIPTION OF READING COMPREHENSION STRATEGIES AND COGNITIVE STUDY SKILLS IN UNIVERSITY AND HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS Miguel LOPEZ & Sandra CASTAÑEDA, Autonomus University of Mexico, Mexico SY EDC 2 Room: S1 EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS IN CHILDHOOD Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Victoria DEL BARRIO; UNED, Madrid SY EDC (2) 1 USE OF CAQ AS INDICATIVE OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND ADAPTATION María FORNS ; Universidad Central de Barcelona, Spain SY EDC (2) 2 DIAGNOSTIC CONCORDANCE IN EMOTIONAL DISORDERS BETWEEN CLINICIAN AND THE STRUCTURED DIAGNOSTIC INTERVIEW DICA-R Lourdes EZPELETA & N. DE LA OSA & J. JUDEZ & J.M. DOMENECH & J.M. LOSILLA; Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain SY EDC (2) 3 SELF-ESTEEM AND THE NATURE OF INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS IN DEVELOPING YOUTH León NIEBRZYDOWSKI ; University of Lodz, Poland SY EDC (2) 4 CHILDREN'S ANXIETY AND SYMPTOM FORMING Joseph DE RIVERA , Clark University, USA SY EDC (2) 5 CHILDREN'S ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION RELATIONSHIP Andrea FERRERO ; Universidad Nacional de San Luis, Buenos Aires, Argentina SY EDC (2) 6 CHILDREN'S ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION RELATIONSHIP Victoria DEL BARRIO ; UNED, Madrid, Spain SY EDC 6 Room: S4 INNOVATIONS IN RESEARCH, PRACTICE AND ROLES OF PSYCHOLOGISTS IN EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Frances M. CULBERTSON; University of Wisconsin, USA SY EDC (6) 1 LEARNING-DISABLED STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY SETTING Frances M. CULBERTSON ; Professor Emeritus, Uniersity Wiscosin-Whitewater, USA SY EDC (6) 2 THE EFFECTIVITY, MEDIATIONAL, AND COLLECTIVE INTERVENTION OF PSYCHOLOGITS IN EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS Pedro HERNANDEZ HERNANDEZ ; University of La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain SY EDC (6) 3 INCREASING PARENT-TEACHER COHESIVENESS AND ITS EFFECTS ON STUDENTS' SCHOOL READINESS Sharone MAITAL ; University of Haifa, Israel SY EDC (6) 4 COLLABORATIVE PRACTICES AND APPLIED RESEARCH PROGRAMS IN REMOTE CANADIAN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS: NEW ROLES FOR SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS Don SAKLOFSKE & V.L. SCHWEAN; The University of saskatchewan, Canada SY EDC (6) 5 FATHERS' WORK RELOCATION AND ITS EFFECT ON SCHOOL CHILDREN'S EMOTIONAL-MOTIVATIONAL FUNCTIONING Seisoh SUKEMUNE ; Mukogawa Women's University, Japan SY EDC (6) 6 PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SCHOOLS PROGRAM Ronda TALLEY ; Policy and Advocacy in the Schools, APA, USA Discussant(s): Wilbert McKEACHIE; University of Michigan, USA & Belén GARCIA-TORRES, Complutense UNiversity of Madrid, Spain TS EDC 4 Room: CV APPLIED ISSUES IN THE EDUCATIVE AND DEVELOPMENTAL CONTEXT (Language: Spanish) TS EDC (4) 1 SUCCESSIVE AND SIMULTANEOUS PROCESSING IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN Carmen TIMONEDA GALLART & F. PEREZ ALVAREZ; UNIVERSITAT DE GIRONA, SPAIN TS EDC (4) 2 HOW DO CHILDREN PERCEIVE DAILY RISKS?: GENDER AND AGE DIFFERENCES R. MARTINEZ ARIAS & Belen GARCIA TORRES; UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, SPAIN TS EDC (4) 3 THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE TEACHER ACTIVITY María AYMERICH U.A.B.; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA, SPAIN TS EDC (4) 4 PSYCHO-SOCIAL CONDITIONS OF THE PRE-ADOLESCENCE Clemente LOBATO ; I.C.E. DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DEL PAIS VASCO; SPAIN TS EDC (4) 5 A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CHILDREN RESPONSES IN DIFFERENT SITUATIONS OF INCOMPLETE FAMILIES Pedro BENGOECHEA SPAIN TS EDC (4) 6 SCHOOL AND TELEVISION AS MEANS FOR SOCIAL LIVING EDUCATION Concepcion BORREGO DE DIOS ; UNIVERSIDAD DE SEVILLA, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY EDC 11 Room: S1 RECENT EVOLUTIONS AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF/FOR THE PRACTICES OF CAREER PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION Convener(s): Joaquim Luis COIMBRA; Institute of Psychological Intervention, Education and Development, Porto State University, Portugal Chairperson(s): Bartolo CAMPOS; Institute of Psychological Intervention, Education and Development, Porto State University, Portugal SY EDC (11) 1 EVALUATIONS OF A WORKSHOP METHOD DESIGNED TO HELP POORLY MOTIVATED STUDENTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONAL AND CAREER AIMS Jean GUICHARD ; Université Paris Sorbonne Nouvelle, France SY EDC (11) 2 A CAREER LEARNING THEORY: ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR HELPING YOUNG ADULTS Bill LAW NICEC, Hatfield Polytechnic; Hertford, UK SY EDC (11) 3 VOCATIONAL REPRESENTATIONS AND FUTURE PLANS OF STUDENTS IN CHANGING SOCIETY AND ITS CHALLENGES FOR THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE Pentti SINISALO ; University of Joensuu, Finland SY EDC (11) 4 CAREER INTERVENTION FROM A PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE: DEFINITION OF THE MAIN INGREDIENTS OF AN ECOLOGICAL-DEVELOPMENTAL METHODOLOGY Joaquim L. COIMBRA & B.P. CAMPOS & L. IMAGIN´RIO; Institute of Psychological Intervention, Education and Development, PORTO STATE UNIVERSITY, Portugal SY EDC 14 Room: S4 APPLICATION OF VIGOTSKY'S IDEAS TO EDUCATION Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Adrián MEDINA LIBERTY; UNAM, Mexico SY EDC (14) 1 THE QUALITY OF TALK IN THE CLASSROOM Neil MERCER & Rupert WEGERIF; The Open University, UK SY EDC (14) 2 CHILDREN'S ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT IN ADULT-CHILD INTERACTIONS Adrian MEDINA LIBERTY UNAM, Mexico SY EDC (14) 3 THE SCAFFOLFING OF LITERACY PRACTICES IN PRIMARY EDUCATION Sylvia ROJAS-DRUMMOND & R. MERCADO & A. OLMOS & E. WEBER; UNAM, Mexico SY EDC (14) 4 SOCIO-HISTORICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND CONSTRUCTIONISM: IMPLICATIONS FOR SCHOOLING AND LITERACY Richard DURAN University of California, USA Discussant(s): Angel RIVIERE, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain SY EDC 18 Room: S5 MANAGING EDUCATION FOR EFFECTIVENESS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): John RAVEN; Private Practice, Scotland, UK SY EDC (18)1 Herb WALBERG & STARIHA, W.E. & WALLACE, T.; Univ. Illinois at Chicago, USA SY EDC (18)2 CRISES IN CHINA'S HIGHER EDUCATION MANAGEMENT AND COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST THEM. CASE STUDIES Naemi KANG Commission of Fujian Province, Fuzhou, Fujian, China SY EDC (18)3 WE HAVE TO CHANGE THE SYSTEM - BUT WHI KNOWS HOW: CASE STUDIES IN EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION Sandor KLEIN SHL Hungary, Hungary SY EDC (18)4 DEVELOPMENTAL EDDECTS OF PARTICIPATION IN A LARGE GROUP AWARENESS TRAINING Steve HUGHES University of Minnesita, USA SY EDC (18)5 LEARNING MOTIVATION AND LEARNING SKILLS OF COLLEGE STUDENTS Zhongmin LIN Xiamen University, P.R. China SY EDC (18)6 MOTIVATION, ENVIRONMENT, AND OUTCOMES OF LEARNING; A study process in a higher and further education program for HRD-experts. Juhani KIRJONEN University of Jyväskylä, Finland TS EDC 5 Room: CV LEARNING IN READING AND MATHEMATICS II TS EDC (5) 1 A COGNITIVE APPROACH TO TEACHING CALCULUS CONCEPTS TO 10 YEAR OLD STUDENTS IN A MAINSTREAM CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT Janie M. SHAKLEE & Karen McGILL & Steven PULOS & John COONEY & Teresa McDEVITT; UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO, USA TS EDC (5) 2 PREDICTING MOTIVATION TOWARD MATHEMATICS: AN INTEGRATED MODEL Michelle S. FORTIER & Robert J. VALLERAND; UNIVERSITE DU QUEBEC A MONTREAL, CANADA TS EDC (5) 3 ASSESSING AND UNDERSTANDING THE COGNITIVE AND METACOGNITIVE PROCESSES OF ADULTS WITH LOW LITERACY LEVELS. Hélène POISSANT ; LEHMAN COLLEGE, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, USA TS EDC (5) 4 DOES SOUND-SPELLING CONSISTENCY AFFECT CHILDREN'S USE OF ANALOGY IN SPELLING? Julia STURGES & C. STERLING; UNIVERSITY OF NORTHUMBRIA, U.K. TS EDC 10 Room: D-11 FAMILY INFLUENCE IN EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT TS EDC (10) 1 RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF FAMILY AND SCHOOL SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-CONCEPTS AMONG AFRICAN ADOLESCENTS Mzobanzi M. MBOYA ; UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA TS EDC (10) 2 DIFFICULTES D'IMPLANTATION DE LA RECHERCHE DANS LES ECOLS AU PRIMAIRE Catherine GARNIER & Lucie SAUVE & Marta ANADON; CIRADE UNIVRSITE DU QUEBEC A MONTREAL, CANADA TS EDC (10) 3 MATERNAL CHILDREARING PRACTICES WITH PRESCHOOLERS IN RELATION TO INFANT/TODDLER CARE PATTERNS Alice S. HONIG & Kyung Ja PARK; SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, USA TS EDC (10) 4 FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRES IN CANADIAN SCHOOLS Margie I. MAYFIELD ; UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA, CANADA TS EDC (10) 5 RELATIONS PARENTS/ENSEIGNANTS ET ELABORATION DES SAVOIRS CHEZ L'ENFANT Pauline MINIER & Marta ANADON & Catherine GARNIER; UNIVERSITE DU QUEBEC A CHICOUTIMI, CANADA TS EDC 13 Room: CI COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIORAL ASPECTS IN INSTRUCTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY TS EDC (13) 1 BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS AND COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY MEET IN AN INSTRUCTIONAL SETTING Angel CABRERA & L. HODGES & J. MARR & A. THOMAS & E. THOMAS & C. THOMPSON & N. WALKER & J. WOOD; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA TS EDC (13) 2 LEARNER CONTROL EFFICIENCY USING AN ON LINE HELP IN A LEARNING TASK, AND THE ROLE OF FEEDBACK Stéphane VAUTIER & C. GULLEVIC; ALCATEL RESEAUX D'ENTREPRISE / URACOM, FRANCE TS EDC (13) 3 ISOLATION OF A STUDENT WITH UNDERSOCIALIZED CONDUCT DISORDER IN A SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT Bogdan PIETRULEWICZ & Kluz TADEUSZ; UNIVERSITE DE MONCTON, CANADA POSTER SESSION 3 PO EDC 88 WHAT MOTIVATES STUDENTS TO STUDY? Pedro HERNANDEZ HERNANDEZ & Luis Alberto GARCIA; INSTITUTO DE CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACION, SPAIN PO EDC 89 ELABORATIVE STRATEGIES EFECTIVITY IN TEACHING: AUDIOVISUAL INSTRUCTION Pedro HERNANDEZ HERNANDEZ & A.M. SOSA GARCIA & A. SERIO HERNANDEZ; INSTITUTO DE CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACION, SPAIN PO EDC 90 ARE THERE MOTIVATIONAL STRATEGIES IN STUDY PRACTICE? Pedro HERNANDEZ HERNANDEZ & Luis Alberto GARCIA; INSTITUTO DE CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACION, SPAIN PO EDC 91 STRATEGIES HABITS TOWARDS STUDY AND PERSONALITY FEATURES Pedro HERNANDEZ HERNANDEZ & Luis A. GARCIA & Isabel LUJAN; UNIVESIDAD DE LA LAGUNA, SPAIN PO EDC 92 EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOR IN ITS THREE MODALITIES: ANALYTIC, CREATIVE, AND PRACTICAL Rocío HERNANDEZ-POZO & E. OSORIO & G. RODRIGUEZ; UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO PO EDC 94 AMERICAN COLLEGE STUDENTS' CAREER DEVELOPMENT: A SOCIAL SCIENCE REWIEW David A. JEPSEN ; THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, USA PO EDC 95 LES FACTEURS DE FIABILITÉ EN MILIEU SCOLAIRE Michele JOLY ; UNIVERSITE PARIS X - NANTERRE, FRANCE PO EDC 96 A SUCCESSIVE STUDY ON PERCEIVED CONTROL OF JAPANESE JUNIOR-HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN JUKU Masahiko KAMBARA & S. TAKETSUNA & M. SHIGEMORI; TEIKYO UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO EDC 99 PERFECTION IN THE SPHERE OF EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT IN THE UKRAINE: EXPERIENCE, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS Lyudmila KARAMUSHKA & Marina MALYGINA; UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE, UNITED KINDOM PO EDC 101 BOOKS AS YOUNG PEOPLE'S HOBBY: TRENDS BETWEEN 1962 AND 1992 Mikko KORKIAKANGAS & P. SAARINEN; UNIVERSITY OF LAPLAND, FINLAND PO EDC 102 CAREER DEVELOPMENT OF THE STUDENTS IN THE UPPER SECONDARY SCHOOL Pekka A. KOSONEN ; UNIVERSITY OF JOENSUU, FINLAND PO EDC 103 EDUCATIONAL CAREERS OF PUPILS MATHEMATICALLY GIFTED AND NOT-GIFTED Kazimierz KOTLARSKI POLAND PO EDC 106 ORIENTATION UNIVERSITAIRE EN ARTS ET ACTUALISATION DE SOI COMME PREDICTEURS DE LA PERSONNALITE CREATRICE Yvan LEROUX & BUJOLD, S.; UNIVERSITE DU QUEBEC A TROIS-RIVIERES, CANADA PO EDC 108 COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT EVALUATION AND MODELLING BY MEANS OF AN INTELLIGENT SYSTEM Miguel LOPEZ & S. CASTAÑEDA & M. LOPEZ & V. GURAIEB & J. ORDUÑA; UNIVERSIDAD NAL. AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO PO EDC 111 MATERNAL PERCEPTIONS OF FAMILIAR RELATIONSHIPS AND TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS OF CHILDREN'S PSYCHOSOCIAL ADJUSTMENT AMONGST INDIAN SOUTH AFRICAN Manorunjunie MAHABEER ; UNIVERSITY OF DURBAN-WESTVILLE, SOUTH AFRICA PO EDC 112 VALIDATION OF AN ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVE SCALE BASED ON CAUSAL ATTRIBUTION M. Antonia MANASSERO & A. VAZQUEZ; UNIVERSIDAD ILLES BALEARS, SPAIN PO EDC 113 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CAUSAL ATTRIBUTIONS AND ELICITED EMOTIONS ABOUT ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT M. Antonia MANASSERO & A. VAZQUEZ; UNIVERSIDAD ILLES BALEARS, BALEARES PO EDC 114 ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION IN PORTUGAL: PSYCHOMETRIC AND SOCIAL ISSUES FROM STUDIES ON PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS José Federico MARQUES ; UNIVERSITY OF LISBON, PORTUGAL PO EDC 118 REPRESENTATIONS OF THE CHILDS IN THE ADULT'S SPEECH; A PSYCHOANALYTICAL APPROACH TO PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL PHENOMENA Gustavo A.R. MELLO NETO ; UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DE MARINGA, BRAZIL PO EDC 119 THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF PLAY Kazuko MIYAHARA & Hidekazu MIYAHARA; KYUSHU JUNIOR COLLEGE OF KINKI UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO EDC 122 INTEGRATION OF ADULT-ROLES, SALIENCE, THE GRADE OF COMMITMENT, AND SATISFACTION SOUGHT BY YOUNG SPANISH STUDENTS Marlene NEVES STREY SPAIN PO EDC 123 A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY OF CHEATING IN ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS Stephen E. NEWSTEAD & Arlene FRANKLYN-STOKES & Penny ARMSTEAD; UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH, UNITED KINGDOM PO EDC 125 LES EFFECTS D'UN SCHEMA, L'ASSESSORIE ET LE SEXE DANS L'APPRENTISSAGE DE LA SOLUTION DE PROBLEMES Rosa E. NIEVES RODRIGUEZ ; UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO PO EDC 126 THE GENERAL FEATURES OF AN EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING'S SITUATION. JUDGES VALIDATION Rosa E. NIEVES RODRIGUEZ ; UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE EDUCACION A DISTANCIA, MEXICO PO EDC 130 RELATIONS OF VALUES OF VERBAL COMMUNICATION WITH COMMUNICATION NEEDS AND BEHAVIOR IN COLLEGE STUDENTS Nobuko OHTAKE ; TAMAGAWA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO EDC 135 THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN'S PROSOCIAL MORAL REASONING Mª Luisa PADILLA ; UNIVERSIDAD DE SEVILLA, SPAIN PO EDC 136 A FORMATION EXPERIENCE: EDUCATORS TRAINING IN BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATION TECHNIQUES APPLICATION Angel PALOMARES ; C.E.T.E.C.O., SPAIN PO EDC 138 REFERENTIAL COMMUNICATION IN MENTALLY-HANDDICAPPED CHILDREN: A VIGOTSKIAN PERSPECTIVE Josep PEREZ CASTELLO & Rosa I. RODRIGUEZ; UNIVERSITAT DE LES ILLES BALEERS, SPAIN PO EDC 139 MENTORSHIP IN TEACHER EDUCATION: THE VIEW FROM THREE PERSPECTIVES Ruth PIKE ; UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, CANADA PO EDC 140 DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION MODEL OF TEXT COMPREHENSION AT SCHOOL: EMPIRICAL VALIDATION Lourdes PINEDA & Sandra CASTAÑEDA & Miguel LOPEZ & Jesus ORDUÑA; NATIONAL AUTONOMUS UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO, MEXICO +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 11:30 +----------------------------------+ KA EDC 4 Room: S1 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY. PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE: A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE. Ingrid LUNT; UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, UK SY EDC 20 Room: S4 PSYCHOSOCIAL EXPERIENCES IN HIGHER EDUCATION Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Rosa M. GONZ´LEZ-TIRADOS; Instituto de Ciencias de la Educación, Spain SY EDC (20) 1 MEASURING AND CHANGING TEACHING ATTITUDES IN COLLEGE TEACHERS Rodrigo POLANCO-BUENO Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM), Mexico SY EDC (20) 2 GRADE REPETITION AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: ACADEMIC, GENDER AND CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN PREVALENCE AND OUTCOMES Dianna KENNY & Roger ADAMS; Sydney University, NSW, Australia SY EDC (20) 3 THE IMPACT OF DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES ON THE GPA OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AT MEXICO Fernando ARIAS-GALICIA & Silvia BAUM-WOLLENSTEIN, UNAM, Mexico SY EDC (20) 4 DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS THAT INTERVENE IN THE PERFORMANCE OF FRESHMEN YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS AT THE NATIONAL AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO Silvia BAUM-WOLLENSTEIN UNAM, Mexico SY EDC (20) 5 ENGINEERING STUDENTS' EXPECTATIONS AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE UNIVERSITY CAREER Rosa M. GONZALEZ TIRADOS U.P. Madrid, Spain SY EDC 23 Room: CI SCHOOL-BASED MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: CULTURE SENSITIVE APPROACHES TO PRIMARY PREVENTION Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Tara PIR; California School for Professional Psychology, USA SY EDC (23)1 MENTAL HEALTH FOR ASIAN AMERICANS: COLLABORATION BETWEEN SCHOOL, COMMUNITY, SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY George K. HONG California State University, USA SY EDC (23)2 COLLABORATIVE SYSTEMS FOR THE PROMOTION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH AMONGST CULTURALLY DIVERSE TEENAGE STUDENTS Paul MITCHELL City of Westminster College, London, England SY EDC (23)3 THE KIT PROGRAM (KIDS IN TOUCH): APPROACHES TO PRIMARY PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE David L. ROBERTS Children, Yougth and Family Services Consortium /California School of Professional Psychology, USA SY EDC (23)4 TREATING "AT RISK" HISPANIC CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN SCHOOLS: APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY AT ITS BEST Marcel SORIANO California State University, USA Discussant(s): Marcel SORIANO, Mexico SY EDC 24 Room: S5 IMPROVING THINKING SKILLS THROUGH COGNITIVE INTERVENTION Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Javier GONZ´LEZ-MARQUÉS; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY EDC (24) 1 COGNITIVE SKILLS AND LEARNING PROCEDURES IN MATHEMATICS ASSESSMENT E. BARBERA , Spain SY EDC (24) 2 THE LEARNING STRATEGIES IN WRITING COMPOSITION M. CASTELLO Spain SY EDC (24) 3 A PROGRAM OF COGNITIVE MODIFICABILITY APPLIED TO PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS Eloisa DIEZ-LOPEZ & M.V. GARCIA JIMENEZ & M. ROMAN PEREZ; Spain SY EDC (24) 4 THE METACOGNITIVE DIALOGUE AS A WAY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING HOW TO THINK E. GARCIA GARCIA & J. GONZALEZ MARQUES & J. MAYOR; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY EDC (24) 5 METACOGNITION AND LEARNING STRATEGIES TO ENHANCE COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE J. GONZALEZ MARQUES Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY EDC (24) 6 A PROGRAM TO IMPROVE COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE; PROMERENCO (PROgrama para LA MEjora del RENdimiento COgnitivo) J. GONZALEZ MARQUES & J. MAYOR & E. GARCIA GARCIA; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain SY EDC (24) 7 EXHAUSTIVE BINARY DIVISION AS HEURISTIC TO ENHANCE READING COMPREHESION J. MAYOR & J. GONZALEZ MARQUES; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain & G. LOPEZ JIMENEZ, Universidada Valle, Cali, Colombia & S. MAZO, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain & R. MELLO; Universidad de Maringa, Brazil SY EDC (24) 8 CONCEPT MAPS AS A LEARNING STRATEGY FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS M.L. PEREZ CABANI & C. MORENEO FONT; Spain SY EDC (24) 9 UNDERSTANDING LEARNING Pablo RIOS Universidad Pedagógica, Caracas, Venezuela TS EDC 7 Room: CV DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL SKILLS TS EDC (7) 1 YOUNG CHILDREN'S UNDERSTANDING OF REWARD SITUATIONS Anna PEARSON ; UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX, U.K. TS EDC (7) 2 THE SOUTH-AFRICAN EXPERIENCE OF FIRST-YEAR, FULL TIME TERTIARY STUDENTS LIFE SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES NEEDS Jennifer D. PRETORIUS ; VAAL TRAINGLE TECHNIKON, SOUTH AFRICA TS EDC (7) 3 DAY CARE CENTER SETTINGS, PLANNING OF THE SPATIAL ORGANIZATIONAL AND THE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN M. Alice D'AMORIM & A.R. MOREIRA & M.V.P. CIVILETTI & M.L. MOURA & D. FREIRE; GAMA FILHO UNIVERSITY, BRAZIL TS EDC (7) 4 PROMOTING SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN DAY-CARE CENTERS: THE INTERACTION OF DIFFERENT AGE LEVEL CHILDREN M. Alice D'AMORIM & D. FREIRE & M.V. CIVILETTI & M.L. MOURA & A.R. MOREIRA; GAMA FILHO UNIVERSITY, BRAZIL TS EDC (7) 5 THE PECULIARITIES OF FORMATION OF THE I-CONCEPCION AND WE-CONCEPTION OF ADOLESCENTS Igor SLOBODJANJUK ; WINNITSA PEDAGOGICAL INSTITUTE, UKRAINA TS EDC (7) 6 DAY CARE CENTERS SETTINGS, TOYS AVAIABLE AND THE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN M. Alice D'AMORIM & M.V.P. CIVILETTI & M.L. MOURA & D. FREIRE & A.R. MOREIRA; GAMA FILHO UNIVERSITY, BRAZIL TS EDC 11 Room: D-11 SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT TS EDC (11) 1 PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING IN THE JAPANESE LANGUAGE CLASSROOM Yukie AIDA ; UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN, USA TS EDC (11) 2 THE DYNAMIC OF DAILY ATTENTION AND SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT: SUSTAINTMENT AND MODULATION Giovanni B. MONETA FRANCE TS EDC (11) 3 SELF-CONCEPTS, SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENTS AND STUDENTS' LEARNING PROCESS Maznah ISMAIL & Yoong SUAN; UNIVERSITY SAINS MALAYSIA, MALAYSIA TS EDC (11) 4 TEACHER RATING SCALES: DEVELOPING STRONG TOOLS FOR TOUGH TASKS Dianna KENNY & John IZARD; SYDNEY UNIVERSITY, AUSTRALIA TS EDC (11) 5 PSYCHICALLY-BASED NEURAL SCHEMATA AFFECTING SCHOOL UNDERACHIEVEMENT IN HEALTHY LEARNERS. HOW TO INDUCE CHANGE Paola GARAU & Oretta DI CARLO; AIO (Internat. Assoc. of Ontopsychology), ITALY TS EDC (11) 6 GOAL THEORY AND INDIGENOUS MINORITY SCHOOL MOTIVATION: RELEVANCE AND APPLICATION Dennis M. McINERNEY ; UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN SYDNEY, MACARTHUR, AUSTRALIA +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 13:00 +----------------------------------+ KA EDC 5 Room: S1 COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT AND THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS Stella VOSNIADOU; NATIONAL AND CAPODISTRIAN UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS, Greece +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY EDC 12 Room: S1 LIFE PLANNING FOR SELF-REALIZATION THROUGH VOCATIONAL CAREERS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Edgar KRAU; Tel Aviv University, Israel SY EDC (12) 1 LIFE CAREER PLANNING AND PREDICTION Edgar KRAU Tel Aviv University, Israel SY EDC (12) 2 LIFE PLANNING FOR SELF-REALIZATION: CAREER INTERESTS AS SOLUTIONS Mark L. SAVICKAS Northeastern Ohio Universities, USA SY EDC (12) 3 VOCATIONAL IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT ACROSS LIFESPAN: A DEVELOPMENTAL-CONTEXTUAL PERSPECTIVE Fred W. VONDRACEK Pennsylvania State University, USA SY EDC (12) 4 LIFE PLANNING FOR SELF-REALIZATION THROUGH VOCATIONAL CAREERS Jean-Blaise DUPONT University of Lausanne, Switzerland SY EDC (12) 5 POUR UN PROJECT PROFESSIONEL, EXPRESSION D'UN VERITABLE PROJECT DE VIE Pierre GOGUELIN Versailles, France SY EDC (12) 6 WORK PLANNING, PLANNING DISPOSITION AND SELF-REALIZATION Winfried HACKER Dresden University of Technology, Germany SY EDC 16 Room: S4 LEARNING STRATEGIES: CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Carmen VIZCARRO; Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain SY EDC (16) 1 HOW TO EVALUATE AND TO MODEL LEARNING STRATEGIES: CONVERGENCES, DIVERGENCES, SUCCESSES AND PROPECTIVES Sandra CASTAÑEDA UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MEXICO, MEXICO SY EDC (16) 2 LEARNING STRATEGIES ON METACOGNITIVE AND REAL ACTION LEVEL Joachim LOMPSCHER SY EDC (16) UNIVERSITAT POSTDAM SY EDC (16) 2 CAREER DECISION MAKING IN GERMAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: PROBLEMS AND COPING Eberhard TODT PRANGE, S.& PREISS, K. UNIVERSITY OF GIESSEN, GERMANY SY EDC (16) 3 A STRUCTURAL MODEL TO EXPLAIN INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN LEARNING Alexander MINNAERT CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN, BELGIUM SY EDC (16) 4 LEARNING STRATEGIES: AN INTEGRATED SYSTEM OF ASSESSMENT AND INSTRUCTION. Carmen VIZCARRO ARAGONES, C. & DEL CASTILLO, M. & BERMEJO, I. UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRIN, SPAIN SY EDC (16) 5 PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF THE STUDY PROCESS QUESTIONNAIRE: EVIDENCE FROM UNITED ARAB EMIRATES COLLEGE STUDENTS Mohamed A. ALBAILI UNITED EMIRATES UNIVERSITY SY EDC (16) 6 Training in inductive thinking Welko TOMIC UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, USA Discussant(s): Paul E. PINTRICH, University of Michigan, USA SY EDC 22 Room: S5 CAREER INDECISION AND BARRIERS TO CAREER DECISION MAKING Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Fred W. VONDRACEK; The Pennsylvania State University, USA SY EDC (22) 1 A TAXONOMY OF THE DIFFICULTIES IN MAKING CAREER DECISIONS Itamar GATI THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM, ISRAEL SY EDC (22) 3 CAREER INDECISION OF JAPANESE STUDENTS: METHODOLOGICAL AND EMPIRICAL FINDINGS Kazuaki SHIMIZU VONDRACEK, F.W. THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, USA; SHIMIZU, K. KANSAI UNIVERSITY, JAPAN SY EDC (22) 4 SOME COGNITIVE IMPEDIMENTS TO VOCATIONAL DECISION MAKING: THREE DECADES OF FACT AND ARTIFACT Richard F. HAASE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, USA Discussant(s): Rainer SILBEREISEN, The Pennsylvania State University, USATS EDC 8 Room: CV SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES IN EDUCATION TS EDC (8) 1 THE PROBLEMS OF DETECTING RACIAL DISCRIMINATION: THE CASE OF BARRISTER TRAINING IN THE U.K. Christopher DEWBERRY ; University of London, U.K. TS EDC (8) 2 A STUDY OF THE CREATIVITY AND INTEREST OF THIRD (SENIOR) GRADE MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM VARIOUS SOCIO-ECONOMIC LEVELS Neriman ÇAGATAY-ARAL & Sule BILIR; ANKARA UNIVERSITY, TURKEY TS EDC (8) 3 LE PRÉVENTION DE L'EXCLUSION SCOLAIRE DES ÉLÕVES EN DIFFICULTÉ DE COMPORTEMENT ´ L'ÉCOLE SECONDAIRE Egide ROYER & Lise SAINT-LAURENT; UNIVERSITÉ LAVAL, CANADA TS EDC (8) 4 IDENTIFYING CHILDREN AT RISK FOR DROP-OUT IN MIDDLE SCHOOL Ines V. POZA-JUNCAL & Wayne HOLTZMAN; HOGG FOUNDATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, USA TS EDC (8) 5 ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION AND CONFLICT IN RELATION TO SOCIO METRIC STATUS OF FOREIGN AND INDIAN STUDENTS, AFFILIATED TO RANI DURGAWATI UNIVERSITY OF JABALPUR Surendra BHARSAKLE ; Govt. Girls P.G. College, INDIA TS EDC 12 Room: D-11 INTEREST, VALUES, AND ATTITUDES TS EDC (12) 1 ENGLISH, ISRAELI-ARAB AND SAUDI-ARABIAN ADOLESCENT VALUES Cyril V. SIMMONS ; LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY, UNITED KINGDOM TS EDC (12) 2 SOCIAL INFLUENCE AND ADOLESCENT LIFESTYLE ATTITUDES Helen C. HARTON & Bibb LATANE; FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY, U.S.A. TS EDC (12) 3 THE STRUCTURE OF PREFERENCES FOR SCHOOL SUBJECTS Frank NAYLOR ; THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE; AUSTRALIA TS EDC (12) 4 ATTITUDE CHANGE DURING COLLEGE: A 4-YEAR LONGITUDINAL STUDY Serge GUIMOND ; ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE, KINGSTON, ONTARIO, CANADA TS EDC (12) 5 HETEROSWXUAL ADULTS' ACCOUNTS OF CODOM USE:IMPLICATIONS FOR AIDS EDUCATION Carla WILLIG ; MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY, U.K.TS EDC 14 Room: CI VOCATIONAL COUNSELLING TS EDC (14) 1 AN OVERVIEW OF THE PROFESIONAL REALITY OF YOUNG ADULTS Geneviève FOURNIER & Charles DUBE; UNIVERSITE LAVAL, CANADA TS EDC (14) 2 ACOR: UN LOGICIEL EDUCATIF D'AIDE A L'ELABORATION DU CHOIX PROFESSIONNEL Patrick GOSLING ; UNIVERSITÉ DE PARIS X-NANTERRE, FRANCE TS EDC (14) 3 L'INFLUENCE D'UNE MICRO-INTERVENTION ÉDUCATIVE SUR LES PROJETS PROFESSIONNELS DURANT L'ADOLESCENCE Armando MAROCCO & Bernard TETREAU; UNIVERSIDADE DO VALE DO RIO DOS SINOS, BRAZIL TS EDC (14) 4 YOUNG PEOPLES' BELIEFS ABOUT WORK AND UNEMPLOYEMENT Rob G. MILLAR & Michael MURRA; UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER, NORTHERN IRELAND TS EDC (14) 5 THE ROLE OF EXPERIENTAL COURSES IN THE TRAINING OF HUMAN SERVICES J. Michael RUSSELL & M. PARKER, CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY OF FULLARTON, U.S.A. POSTER SESSION 4 PO EDC 24 INFLUENCIA DE LAS INSTRUCCIONES, LOS ESQUEMAS Y LAS ILUSTRACIONES EN LA COMPRENSION Y RECUERDO DE TEXTOS CIENTIFICOS Nekane BALLUERKA ; UNIVERSIDAD DEL PAIS VASCO, SPAIN PO EDC 55 A STUDY OF THE PSYCHO-SOCIAL LEVELS OF FIRST (FRESHMAN) AND FOURTH (SENIOR) GRADE STUDENTS ATTENDING FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ANKARA Neriman ÇAGATAY-ARAL & Fatma ALISINANOGLU & Aysel KÖKSAL; ANKARA UNIVERSITY, TURKEY PO EDC 97 AGE DIFFERENCES IN THE EFFECTS OF CLASS SIZE ON TEACHER-STUDENTS INTERACTION Yoshiyuki KAMIZONO & ISHII, S. & KOYAMA, T.; HIROSHIMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO EDC 133 PARENTS TRAINING AND LEISURE Carmen ORTE & María ANTICH, SPAIN PO EDC 141 AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE MODULAR PROFILE ASSOCIATED WITH THE READING AND SPELLING SKILLS OF THE DYSLEXIC CHILD Stephen BENTON & Carol HAVEL (UK); UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA, INDONESIA PO EDC 141 PROCESSUS DE SIGNIFICATION DANS L'ACTIVITED APPRENDRE: ANALYSE D'UNE EXPERIENCE D'ENSEIGNEMENT DE MATHEMATIQUES Angel PINO ; UNIVERSITE DE CAMPINAS, BRAZIL PO EDC 142 A STUDY INTO THE ABILITY OF CROSS-MODAL PRESENTATION OF STIMILI TO ENHANCE VOCABULARY ADQUISITION IN THE DEAF/HEARING IMPAIRED CHILD Stephen BENTON & Yvonne GRIFFITHS (U.K.); UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA, INDONESIA PO EDC 142 METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIES IN NURSERY EDUCATION Antonia QUINTANA & M. ANTICH; C.P. "PONENT" INCA, SPAIN PO EDC 143 INSTRUCTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AS A PROFESSION: O.D.: BACKBONE FOR TRAINING EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS Nelson DIAZ MORA & Alfonso ORANTES; UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DE VENEZUELA, VENEZUELA PO EDC 144 SEX DIFFERENCES IN THE CONTEXT OF HUMORISTIC DRAWINGS CREATED BY THE SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN Anna RADOMSKA & Iga MARIK-KOWALSKA;WARSAW UNIVERSITY, POLAND PO EDC 145 INSTRUCTIONAL VS. OBSTRUCTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: UNDOING WRONGSDOINGS WITH NEW REMEDIES Alfonso ORANTES ; UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DE VENEZUELA, VENEZUELA PO EDC 145 FACTORS ASSOCIATED TO THE BURNOUT SYNDROME IN MEXICAN FACULTY Gloria ROBLES VALDES I.T.A.M, MEXICO PO EDC 146 CHANGING PEOPLE'S ATTITUDES TO THE EXCEPTIONALLY GIFTED Rosa RODRIGUEZ & Josep A. PEREZ; UNIVERSIDAD DE LAS ILLAS BALEARES, SPAIN PO EDC 147 SUBJECT VARIABLES THAT PREDICT READING LEARNING Juan F. ROMERO & M.J. GONZALEZ; UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA, SPAIN PO EDC 147 PETER - "PICTORIAL EVALUATION OF TEST REACTIONS": A PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING THE TESTING EXPERIENCE Yosi TOUBIANA ; TEL-AVIV UNIVERSITY, ISRAEL PO EDC 148 A COMPARISON OF BEHAVIORS, ASPIRATIONS, ATTITUDES AND VALUES BETWEEN ENTERING COLLEGE STUDENTS EN JAPAN AND THE U.S.A. Jack E. ROSSMANN ; MACALESTER COLLEGE, U.S.A. PO EDC 149 UNDERSTANDING THE COMPUTER GAME PHENOMENON: SEX DIFFERENCES IN "HIGH" AND "LOW" PLAYERS Julie C. RUTKOWSKA ; COGNITIVE & COMPUTING SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX, UK PO EDC 151 MODELO DE INTERVENCION PSICOLOGICA Y EDUCATIVA DESDE UNA PERSPECTIVA MUNICIPAL José Angel SALGADO BALLESTEROS & Paloma ARANGUEZ TABERNERO & José Luis ESTEBAN RODRIGUEZ & Mª Lucila GARCIA COBO & Mª José ROMO TORREGLOSA & José Angel SALGADO BALLESTERO & Antonio SANTOS BARBA; SERVICIO MUNICIPAL DE ATENCION PSICOLOGICA Y EDUCATIVA, SPAIN PO EDC 152 A PILOT STUDY TO REVIEW AND CROSS-VALIDATE THE "SURVEY OF ATTITUDES TOWARD STATISTICS" IN AN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY COURSE Lauran H. SANDALS ; UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY, CANADA PO EDC 154 STATISTICALLY REVEALING PLURAL DEVELOPMENTAL PATHS IN BASIC ARITHMETIC SKILLS Kenpei SHIINA ; WASEDA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO EDC 156 HOW DO BLIND SCHOOL-CHILDREN RECOGNIZE WRITTEN WORDS?: EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS Cecilia SIMON & E. OCHAITA & J.A. HUERTAS, UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID, SPAIN PO EDC 160 SOCIAL ESSENCE INDIVIDUAL PSYCHICAL STATES OF STUDENTS Julia SOSNOVIKOVA ; MOSCOW STATE PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY, RUSSIA PO EDC 161 USING GEOGRAPHIC AND STRUCTURAL MAPS TO INCREASE THE RECALL OF INSTRUCTIONAL TEXT William STOCK & KULHAVY, R.W. & GOMEZ-BENITO, J. (Spain) & CATERINO, L.C.; ESPE, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, USA PO EDC 162 THE EFFECT OF THE LOCUS OF CHOOSING PICTORIAL MATERIALS ON RECOGNITION MEMORY Masanobu TAKAHASHI ; KYOTO TACHIBANA WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO EDC 165 CAN A COMPUTER PROGRAMME IMPROVE YOUR INTELLECTUAL EFFICIENCY? Monserrat TESOURO CID UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA, SPAIN PO EDC 166 AGE OPPORTUNITY AND THE GROWTH OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR ROAD SAFETY Stephanie THORNTON ; UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX, U.K. PO EDC 168 CONTEXT EFFECTS AND SOCIAL MARKING IN SCHOOL TASKS Joaquim P. VALENTIM ; UNIVERSIDADE DE COIMBRA, PORTUGAL PO EDC 174 TEACHER'S CLOSE FRIENDSHIPS, SOCIAL SUPPORT AND SPURNING Kwok S. WONG & Wai H. CHEUK; UNIVERSITY OF MACAU, MACAU PO EDC 177 PROGRESINT: PROGRamas para la EStimulación de la INTeligencia Carlos YUSTE & Jose M. SANCHEZ-QUIROS & Dolores DIEZ & Jose L. GALVE & Lourdes GUARGA & M. Luisa TRILLO, SPAIN PO EDC 178 A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF THE RATING SCALES VALIDATION FOR OBSERVATION OF THE INFANT BEHAVIOR (3-6 months) Elena ZOLESIO & L. MAGLIO & C. LAICARDI; Dept. of Psychology, Rome, ITALY +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY EDC 13 Room: S1 ANALYSIS OF VALUE PROFILES IN FUTURE TEACHERS. A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY (Language: Spanish) Convener(s) : Isabel LUJAN; Universidad de Las Palmas de G.C., Spain Chairperson(s): Shalom SCHWARTZ; The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel SY EDC (13)1 MEASURING VALUES: THEORY AND QUESTIONNAIRE Shalom SCHWARTZ The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel SY EDC (13)2 VALUE PROFILE OF PRESENT AND FUTURE BRAZILIAN TEACHERS Alvaro TAMAYO University of Brasilia, Brazil SY EDC (13)3 ANALYSIS OF VALUE PROFILES IN FUTURE TEACHERS. A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY: THE PORTUGUESE DATA. Margarida CÉSAR Univ. de Lisboa, Protugal SY EDC (13)4 ANALYSIS OF VALUE PROFILES IN FUTURE TEACHERS Carmen BOSCH & LUJAN HENRIQUEZ, Isabel, Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain SY EDC (13)5 ANALYSIS OF VALUE PROFILES IN FUTURES TEACHERS. A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY. THE VENEZUELAN CASE. Luisa IRURETA NUÑEZ Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela SY EDC 17 Room: S4 DEVELOPMENT OF MORAL JUDGEMENT AND SOCIO-AFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE EDUCATIONAL AMBIT Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Esteban PEREZ-DELGADO; & Vicenta MESTRE, Universidad de Valencia, Spain SY EDC (17)1 THE PROBLEM OF MORAL DEVELOPMENT AND MORAL EDUCATION L. DEL VALLE Universidad Católica de Uruguay, Uruguay SY EDC (17)2 THE EFFECT OF FORMAL, EDUCATION ON MORAL REASONING DEVELOPMENT IN YOUNG ADOLESCENTS E. PEREZ DELGADO Universidad de Valencia, Spain SY EDC (17)3 SCIOMORAL REASONING LEVE AND VARIABLE OF PERSONALITY V. MESTRE ESCRIVA Universitat de Valéncia, Spain SY EDC (17)4 MORAL REASONING, VALUES AND NON VIOLANCE IN THE CLASSROOM Daniel M. MAYTON Lewis-Clark State College, USA SY EDC 21 Room: S5 ACTION THEORY AS APPLIED TO CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND COUNSELLING Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Richard A. YOUNG; University of British Columbia, Canada & Ladislav VALACH; University of Berne, Switzerland SY EDC (21) 1 A "HUMAN RIGHTS" PERSPECTIVE ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACTION THEORY AND CAREER DEVELPOMENT: THE CHILD AS A VOICE FOR SOCIAL CHANGE. Jo-Anne M. DILLABOUGH MCGILL UNIVERSITY, CANADA SY EDC (21) 2 GUIDANCE COUNSELLING IN TRANSITION FROM SCHOOL TO SCHOOL Mª Luisa POMBENI UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA, ITALY. SY EDC (21) 3 PARENT-ADOLESCENT DISCOURSE ON A CAREER IN A POSTCOMMUNIST SOCIETY Ladislav VALACH YOUNG, R.A. & MANAK, UNIVERSITY OF BERNE, SWITZERLAND. SY EDC (21) 4 CAREER CHANGE, PERSONAL CONVERSION AND THE RECOLLECTION OF AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORY IN NEUROTICS OF MORITA THERAPY, "SHUDANKAI". Yoshio YANO KYOTO UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, JAPAN SY EDC (21) 5 PARENT- ADOLESCENT CONVERSATIONS ABOUT CAREER DEVELOPMENT: AN ACTION THEORY PERSPECTIVE Richard A. YOUNG UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA Discussant(s): Beryl HESKETH, Univeristy of New South Wales, Australia TS EDC 9 Room: CV TEACHERS' ACTIVITIES ISSUES TS EDC (9) 1 KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS' SCHEMAS OF BOYS AND GIRL IN FINLAND, ESTONIA AND JAPAN Soili KESKINEN & LEPPIMAN, A. (Estonia) & SATO T.; University of Turku, FINLAND TS EDC (9) 2 LES ATTITUDES DES ENSEIGNANTS ENVERS LES ELEVES ORDINAIRES ET DIFFICULTE SCOLAIRE Pierre POTVIN ; UNIVERSITE DU QUEBEC A TROIS-RIVIERES, CANADA TS EDC (9) 3 SCHOOL PRINCIPAL'S LPC, SITUATIONAL CONTROL, LEADER BEHAVIOR AND TEACHER'S JOB-SATISFACTION Sanshiro SHIRAKASHI & Kwang-Shik HONG (Korea) & Yusuke OKAMOTO; OSAKA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN TS EDC (9) 4 TEACHERS' INTERPRETATION OF THEIR OWN TEACHING BEHAVIOR, COMPARED WITH AN OBJECTIVE OBSERVATION (CAFIAS) Nevat EPHRATY ; THE ZINMAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AT THE WINGATE INSTITUTE, ISRAEL TS EDC (9) 5 MENTORSHIP IN TEACHER EDUCATION: THE VIEW FROM THREE PERSPECTIVES Ruth PIKE ; UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, CANADA TS EDC (9) 6 SOCIAL REPRESENTATIONS IN TEACHER-PUPIL INTERACTION Elisa CASADO G. & Cristina M. TABOADA; UINIVERSIDAD DEL PAIS VASCO, SPAIN TS EDC (9) 7 FACTORS INFLUENCING EARLY CAREER TEACHER JOB SATISFACTION Elias MPOFU & T.J. MANDISODZA, University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe(Zimbabwe) TS EDC 15 Room: CIII HIGHER EDUCATION TS EDC (15) 1 SOCIO-ECONOMIC DISADVANTAGE IN A UNIVERSITY CONTEXT Paul CLEMENTS ; CURTIN UNIVERSITY, AUSTRALIA TS EDC (15) 2 SOME ASPECTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENT'S CREATIVE FEATURES IN THE PROCESS OF TRAINING IN THE PEDAGOGICAL SYSTEM "TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY" Tatyana PACHOMOVA ; UKRANIAN MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, ODESSA POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, UKRAINE TS EDC (15) 3 ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE TRANSMITTED TO AND RECEIVED BY STUDENTS WITHIN THREE UNIVERSITY COURSES: THE ITALIAN CASE Cesare KANEKLIN & Barabara BERTANI; UNIVERSIT¸ DEGLI STUDI, ITALY TS EDC (15) 4 EFFECTS OF TIME MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON COLLEGE GRADES Elias MPOFU & Jonathan RUNGANO, University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe TS EDC 16 Room: D-11 COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT TS EDC (16) 1 ABSTRACT REASONING, LANGUAGE SKILLS AND MATHEMATICS ABILITY WITH IMMIGRANT CHILDREN AND NATIVE DUTCH CHILDREN IN PRIMARY SCHOOL Peter J. TELLEGEN ; Personality and Educational Psychology, THE NETHERLANDS TS EDC (16) 2 INFLUENCE D'UNE CATÉGORISATION TEMPORELLE SUR L'EXERCICE DE L'EFFICIENCE COGNITIVE: LE COŠT TEMPOREL D'UNE OPÉRATION Hervé BRUNI ; Université Lyon II, FRANCE TS EDC (16) 3 PRESCHOOLERS' LEARNING OF CLOCK DISPLAYS FROM TELEVISION Nail SAHIN & A. DURAK & N. KILIÇ-DUR; MIDDLE EAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, TURKEY TS EDC (16) 4 SOCIAL REGULARITIES, CULTURE AND COGNITIVE ACTIVITY Joaquín VALENTIM ; UNIVERSIDAD DE COIMBRA, PORTUGAL TS EDC (16) 5 REPRESENTATIONS OF INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGY: AN ANALYSIS OF CHILDRENS' STORIES Michael VAN DUUREN ; UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX, U.K. TS EDC 17 Room: CI EVALUATION AND APPLICATION OF EDUCATIVE PROGRAMS TS EDC (17) 1 THE STRUCTURE OF CHOICES FOR TERTIARY EDUCATION PROGRAMS Gerald ELSWORTH ; THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA TS EDC (17) 2 EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF BIOFUNCTIONAL COGNITION Asghar IRAN-NEJAD ; THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, USA TS EDC (17) 3 TEACHING THEORY AND APPLICATION TOGETHER: AN EXPERIMENTAL CURRICULUM PROGRAM Harvey A. WICHMAN & Ronald K. TEEPLES; CLAREMONT McKENNA COLLEGE, USA TS EDC (17) 4 EVALUATION DES METHODES EDUCATIVES: QUE FAIRE DES RESULTATS NULS ? Daniel CHARTIER & Even LOARER; AFPA DEPT.ETUDES ET METHODES, FRANCE TS EDC (17) 5 COOPERATIVE GROUP COMPUTER COMPETENCY INSTRUCTION: EFFICACY AND EFFECT ON COMPUTER ANXIETY. AN APTITUDE TREATMENT INTERACTION STUDY Valentina McINERNEY & Dennis M. McINERNEY; University of Western Sydney, Australia, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN SYDNEY, MACARTHUR, AUSTRALIA

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