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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28801957/monitoring-and-depth-of-strategy-use-in-computer-based-learning-environments-for-science-and-history
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Victor M Deekens, Jeffrey A Greene, Nikki G Lobczowski
BACKGROUND: Self-regulated learning (SRL) models position metacognitive monitoring as central to SRL processing and predictive of student learning outcomes (Winne & Hadwin, 2008; Zimmerman, 2000). A body of research evidence also indicates that depth of strategy use, ranging from surface to deep processing, is predictive of learning performance. AIMS: In this study, we investigated the relationships among the frequency of metacognitive monitoring and the utilization of deep and surface-level strategies, and the connections between these SRL processes and learning outcomes across two academic domains, science and history...
August 12, 2017: British Journal of Educational Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28798713/knowledge-vs-action-discrepancies-in-university-students-knowledge-about-and-self-reported-use-of-self-regulated-learning-strategies
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Nora M Foerst, Julia Klug, Gregor Jöstl, Christiane Spiel, Barbara Schober
University students are supposed to be autonomous learners, able to adapt to an educational environment significantly less guided than school. Entering higher education poses a challenge of self-regulation, in which beginning students are often not prepared with self-regulation strategies needed. Since there are many studies assessing self-regulated learning (SRL) via classical self-reports, we know a lot about how students generally self-assess their SRL strategies. However, SRL and performance do not always correlate highly in these studies...
2017: Frontiers in Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28791689/theorizing-and-researching-levels-of-processing-in-self-regulated-learning
#3
Philip H Winne
BACKGROUND: Deep versus surface knowledge is widely discussed by educational practitioners. A corresponding construct, levels of processing, has received extensive theoretical and empirical attention in learning science and psychology. In both arenas, lower levels of information and shallower levels of processing are predicted and generally empirically demonstrated to limit knowledge learners gain, curtail what they can do with newly acquired knowledge, and shorten the life span of recently acquired knowledge...
August 9, 2017: British Journal of Educational Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28782249/self-regulated-learning-from-illustrated-text-eye-movement-modelling-to-support-use-and-regulation-of-cognitive-processes-during-learning-from-multimedia
#4
Katharina Scheiter, Carina Schubert, Anne Schüler
BACKGROUND: When learning with text and pictures, learners often fail to adequately process the materials, which can be explained as a failure to self-regulate one's learning by choosing adequate cognitive learning processes. Eye movement modelling examples (EMME) showing how to process multimedia instruction have improved elementary school children's learning from text and pictures in previous studies. AIMS: We tested whether the positive effects of EMME for improving self-regulated multimedia learning extend to university students and teaching of more comprehensive processing strategies...
August 7, 2017: British Journal of Educational Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28769832/supporting-third-year-medical-students-skill-acquisition-and-self-efficacy-with-coping-models-and-process-feedback-during-laparoscopic-knot-tying-simulation
#5
Michael S Dempsey, Douglas F Kauffman
Background: During the third year general surgery clerkship, medical students are required to develop laparoscopic knot-tying skills. Knot-tying skills studies often rely on objective variables (e.g., time, materials used, number of iterations) that lend themselves to correlational analysis of pre- and post-intervention skill level. This study differs by examining how instructional interventions-role modeling and feedback-affect medical students' skill acquisition and self-efficacy during a laparoscopic surgical simulation training session...
2017: Frontiers in Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28762295/a-constant-conversation-tuning-into-and-harmonizing-the-needs-and-priorities-of-the-body-and-mind
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Annie T Chen, Samantha J Kaplan, Rachel Carriere
PURPOSE: Individuals rely upon many types of information to manage an illness, including information provided by their own bodies. This study investigated how people tune into and manage the flow of information from their bodies to manage their health. METHOD: We developed a platform for participants to share and collaboratively reflect on how they engaged in this dialogic process, in which participants contributed to a discussion on topics relating to body listening and body awareness...
December 2017: International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28760726/triaging-patient-complaints-monte-carlo-cross-validation-of-six-machine-learning-classifiers
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Adel Elmessiry, William O Cooper, Thomas F Catron, Jan Karrass, Zhe Zhang, Munindar P Singh
BACKGROUND: Unsolicited patient complaints can be a useful service recovery tool for health care organizations. Some patient complaints contain information that may necessitate further action on the part of the health care organization and/or the health care professional. Current approaches depend on the manual processing of patient complaints, which can be costly, slow, and challenging in terms of scalability. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to evaluate automatic patient triage, which can potentially improve response time and provide much-needed scale, thereby enhancing opportunities to encourage physicians to self-regulate...
July 31, 2017: JMIR Medical Informatics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28753639/self-regulation-strategy-feedback-timing-and-hemodynamic-properties-modulate-learning-in-a-simulated-fmri-neurofeedback-environment
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Ethan F Oblak, Jarrod A Lewis-Peacock, James S Sulzer
Direct manipulation of brain activity can be used to investigate causal brain-behavior relationships. Current noninvasive neural stimulation techniques are too coarse to manipulate behaviors that correlate with fine-grained spatial patterns recorded by fMRI. However, these activity patterns can be manipulated by having people learn to self-regulate their own recorded neural activity. This technique, known as fMRI neurofeedback, faces challenges as many participants are unable to self-regulate. The causes of this non-responder effect are not well understood due to the cost and complexity of such investigation in the MRI scanner...
July 2017: PLoS Computational Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28744133/real-time-functional-magnetic-resonance-imaging-in-obsessive-compulsive-disorder
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Óscar F Gonçalves, Marcelo C Batistuzzo, João R Sato
The current literature provides substantial evidence of brain alterations associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) symptoms (eg, checking, cleaning/decontamination, counting compulsions; harm or sexual, symmetry/exactness obsessions), and emotional problems (eg, defensive/appetitive emotional imbalance, disgust, guilt, shame, and fear learning/extinction) and cognitive impairments associated with this disorder (eg, inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility). Building on this evidence, new clinical trials can now target specific brain regions/networks...
2017: Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28735606/effects-of-the-self-regulation-empowerment-program-srep-on-middle-school-students-strategic-skills-self-efficacy-and-mathematics-achievement
#10
Timothy J Cleary, Brittany Velardi, Bracha Schnaidman
The current study examined the effectiveness of an applied self-regulated learning intervention (Self-Regulation Empowerment Program (SREP)) relative to an existing, school-based remedial mathematics intervention for improving the motivation, strategic skills, and mathematics achievement of academically at-risk middle school students. Although significant group differences in student self-regulated learning (SRL) were not observed when using self-report questionnaires, medium to large and statistically significant group differences were observed across several contextualized, situation-specific measures of strategic and regulatory thinking...
October 2017: Journal of School Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28722172/intentional-learning-a-concept-analysis
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Sarah Mollman, Lori Candela
AIM: To use a concept analysis to determine a clear definition of the term "intentional learning" for use in nursing. BACKGROUND: The term intentional learning has been used for years in educational, business, and even nursing literature. It has been used to denote processes leading to higher order thinking and the ability to use knowledge in new situations; both of which are important skills to develop in nursing students. But the lack of a common, accepted definition of the term makes it difficult for nurse educators to base instruction and learning experiences on or to evaluate its overall effectiveness in educating students for diverse, fast-paced clinical practices...
July 19, 2017: Nursing Forum
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28718752/the-impact-of-presentation-format-on-younger-and-older-adults-self-regulated-learning
#12
Jodi Price
Background/Study Context: Self-regulated learning involves deciding what to study and for how long. Debate surrounds whether individuals' selections are influenced more by item complexity, point values, or if instead people select in a left-to-right reading order, ignoring item complexity and value. The present study manipulated whether point values and presentation format favored selection of simple or complex Chinese-English pairs to assess the impact on younger and older adults' selection behaviors. METHODS: One hundred and five younger (Mage = 20...
July 2017: Experimental Aging Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28693468/the-self-regulated-learning-of-medical-students-in-the-clinical-environment-a-scoping-review
#13
Kenneth K Cho, Brahm Marjadi, Vicki Langendyk, Wendy Hu
BACKGROUND: Self-regulated learning is the individual's ability to effectively use various strategies to reach their learning goals. We conducted this scoping review to explore what has been found regarding self-regulated learning in the clinical environment and how this was measured. METHODS: Using Arksey and O'Malley's five-stage framework, we searched three medical and educational databases as well as Google Scholar for literature on the self-regulated learning of medical students in the clinical environment published between 1966 and February 2017...
July 10, 2017: BMC Medical Education
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28691734/regulating-approaches-to-learning-testing-learning-strategy-convergences-across-a-year-at-university
#14
Luke K Fryer, Jan D Vermunt
BACKGROUND: Contemporary models of student learning within higher education are often inclusive of processing and regulation strategies. Considerable research has examined their use over time and their (person-centred) convergence. The longitudinal stability/variability of learning strategy use, however, is poorly understood, but essential to supporting student learning across university experiences. AIMS: Develop and test a person-centred longitudinal model of learning strategies across the first-year university experience...
July 10, 2017: British Journal of Educational Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28690567/the-construct-validity-of-the-german-academic-self-regulation-questionnaire-srq-a-within-primary-and-secondary-school-children
#15
Julia Kröner, Christina Goussios, Caroline Schaitz, Judith Streb, Zrinka Sosic-Vasic
The assessment of students' motivation can be a powerful tool in enhancing and understanding students' learning. One valid and often applied self-report measure is the Academic Self-Regulation Questionnaire (SRQ-A) which is grounded in the self-determination theory. However, to date, there is still no German equivalent to the English version of this questionnaire. Therefore, the aim of the present study was to adapt and validate the SRQ-A on a representative German student sample, consisting of 672 children (327 girls), ages 8-14 from one primary and two secondary German schools...
2017: Frontiers in Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28689547/-the-correlation-between-motivation-emotions-land-learning
#16
Ellen Holm, Hanne Blæhr Jørsboe, Kirsten Holm, Jette Led Sørensen
This article explores the importance of emotions as conditional for motivation in medical education. The main principles in self-determination theory and in control-value theory are outlined, and practical consequences which may be drawn from these theories are discussed. Based on the literature we hypothesize that human need for autonomy and competence may be violated by strict regulations and detailed plans for medical education, and that constructive feedback may modify these potential negative effects and support feelings of competence and autonomy...
July 3, 2017: Ugeskrift for Laeger
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28684117/exploring-the-impact-of-pharmacist-led-feedback-on-prescribing-behaviour-a-qualitative-study
#17
M Lloyd, S D Watmough, S V O'Brien, N Furlong, K Hardy
BACKGROUND: Prescribing errors occur frequently in hospital settings. Interventions to influence prescribing behaviour are needed with feedback one potential intervention to improve prescribing practice. Doctors have reported a lack of feedback on their prescribing previously whilst the literature exploring the impact of feedback on prescribing behaviour is limited. OBJECTIVES: To explore the impact of pharmacist-led feedback on prescribing behaviour. METHODS: Semi-structured interviews were conducted with doctors who had received prescribing error feedback...
June 29, 2017: Research in Social & Administrative Pharmacy: RSAP
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28670292/decisional-procrastination-in-academic-settings-the-role-of-metacognitions-and-learning-strategies
#18
Valeria de Palo, Lucia Monacis, Silvana Miceli, Maria Sinatra, Santo Di Nuovo
Nowadays, university students suffer from a broad range of problems, such as educational underachievement or the inability to control themselves, that lead to procrastination as a consequence. The present research aimed at analyzing the determinants of decisional procrastination among undergraduate students and at assessing a path model in which self regulated learning strategies mediated the relationship between metacognitive beliefs about procrastination and decisional procrastination. 273 students from Southern Italy filled out a questionnaire composed by: the socio-demographic section, the Metacognitive Beliefs About Procrastination Questionnaire, the procrastination subscale of the Melbourne Decision Making Questionnaire, and the Anxiety, the Time Management, and the Information Processing subscales of the Learning and Study Strategies Inventory...
2017: Frontiers in Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28653585/international-workshop-on-professionalism-in-the-practice-of-medicine-where-are-we-now
#19
Ora Paltiel, Lior Lowenstein, Jonathan Demma, Orly Manor
Medical professionalism refers to attributes, values, behaviors, responsibilities and commitments of physicians that are congruent with the public's expectations. An international workshop on medical professionalism took place at the Dead Sea, Israel, on December 11-12, 2016. The meeting brought together local medical professionals, physicians and others, as well as international experts, to discuss definitions of professionalism and wrestle with current challenges facing the profession including its perceived status and physician satisfaction, unprofessional behavior and its relation to health care quality and patient safety, and professionalism as a learned competence...
April 3, 2017: Israel Journal of Health Policy Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28648240/eventual-sport-performance-level-what-about-the-role-of-type-of-sport-perception-of-critical-life-events-and-practice-quality
#20
Tynke Toering
The target article describes an interesting study, which provides some challenging findings regarding athletes' pathway to excellence. The suggested links between critical life events, need for success, personal characteristics, and eventual performance level make sense from a psychodynamic perspective. This commentary will discuss some critical points related to the application of the findings in talent identification and -development programs. These are (1) the possible effect of the selection of participants on the results (including the impact of dependence on others for team sport athletes and the opportunity for multiple medal attainment), (2) a lack of detail in the description of how the athletes approached the critical life events (the perception of an event may contribute more to development than the event itself), and (3) a lack of detail in the description of the practice process throughout development...
2017: Progress in Brain Research
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