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Mrs Fateme Asghari, Mr Siamak Khademi, Mr Mansour Vesali,
Volume 7, Issue 4 (2-2020)

Researchers emphasise the effect of metacognition on learning and teaching. The purpose of this article was to investigate the metacognitive knowledge and skills of physics students at Farhangian University in mechanic's problem solving. This qualitative study is an interpretive phenomenology and the methods of think-aloud protocols, interviewing and observation in natural conditions have been used to collect data and evaluate the metacognitive knowledge and skills of students and instructors at Farhangian University. The sample of the current study were forty two girls in the first semester, who studied physics at the Nasibeh Campus of Farhangian University in Tehran. Metacognitive evaluations were also performed to solve problems in mechanics in the kinematic field. In this study, the samples included students who had successfully passed the university entrance exam in the previous six months. In addition, one day before the start of the research, they participated in the university's basic physics exam, therefore, they had the necessary preparation and knowledge to solve the problems. The study was conducted in three stages. In the first stage, two to three problems were solved by the students with the think-aloud protocols. To familiarize students with the think-aloud protocols, they practiced this method with the help of a researcher. In the second stage, the researcher interviewed six students who were more interested and cooperative. In the third stage, the behavior of all forty-two students was observed and recorded during the academic semester, while solving problems under normal conditions. The results showed that most of the students surveyed had moderate metacognitive knowledge and very poor metacognitive skills

Miss Shilan Shokri, Dr Farnaz Farshbaf Manisefat, Dr Ali Khademi,
Volume 10, Issue 4 (volume10, Issue 4 2023)

Cognitive and neuropsychological problems play a special role in the course, prognosis, and treatment of obesity. The present study was conducted with the aim of designing and validating the Cognitive rehabilitation program and its effect on cognitive control and Problem-solving in women with obesity. The present study was conducted in the form of an experimental design with a pretest-posttest with a control group and follow-up. Participants in this study included 40 female obese patients living in Urmia who were randomly assigned to two groups cognitive rehabilitation (n = 20) and control (n = 20). The experimental group received cognitive rehabilitation intervention in 16 sessions and the BRIEF-A, cognitive flexibility test, and London tower in the pre-test, post-test, and follow-up stages for both groups were used and the findings were analyzed using a mixed analysis of variance test. Took. Also, after completing the course, the control group received cognitive rehabilitation intervention. The results showed better performance of the experimental group in cognitive control variables (inhibition, working memory, and cognitive flexibility) and problem-solving sub-components in the post-test and follow-up stage than the control group. This means that the experimental group that received the cognitive rehabilitation intervention performed better in the proposed components in the post-test and follow-up phase. Taken from the findings, it can be concluded that cognitive rehabilitation intervention as an effective and efficient treatment option can have positive effects and significant cognitive-educational consequences for patients with obesity. Therefore, specialists, researchers, and therapists in this field can use this intervention as an effective treatment option to improve the cognitive functions and psychological neuropathy of obese and overweight patients and consequently improve the mental health and quality of life of these patients.

Zahra Tarazi, Molok Khademi Ashkezari, Mahnaz Akhavan Tafti,
Volume 11, Issue 3 (Volume11, Issue 3 2023)

Aim: The aim of this research was to investigate and compare the effectiveness of attributional retraining program, emotion regulation and cognitive-social problem solving on Improvement of social adjustment and reduction of academic burnout in Students with early learning disabilities in Tehran. Methods: This was a quasi-experimental study with pretest-posttest, and follow-up.The participants consisted of 40 students with learning disability of 8 to 12 years old.They were selected through Simple random sampling and randomly divided into 3 experimental groups and a control group. attributional retraining, emotion regulation and social-cognitive problem solving training were presented in 8 sessions, each lasting 1 hours, in the 3 experimental groups. Brosu et al. academic burnout Questionnaire and Sinha and Sing Social Adjustment questionnaire were used in the pretest, posttest, and follow-up stages. The data were analyzed using MANCOVA, ANCOVA. Findings: The results showed that attributional retraining, emotion regulation and social-cognitive problem solving training caused a significant increase in social adjustment and a significant decrease in academic burnout. In addition the emotional regulation and cognitive-social problem solving programs were more effective with the same effect than the attributional retraining program in increasing social adjustment. Conclusions: the use of the present research results can be effective in the designing of preventive educational programs and improving educational achievements.


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