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A. Esfahani, A. S. Asgarnejad, H. Ahadi, A. M. Mousavi,
Volume 1, Issue 2 (3-2014)

This research has studied the effect ofmeta-cognitive trainings in the reading functions of the third grade male dyslexia Students of the Elementary Schools. Research design of the study was experimental and its type was pre-post test with the control group. Population of this research included all the third grade male dyslexia students of the elementary schools in Abik city in the academic year 2012-2013. Sample of the study included 30 dyslexia students who were selected on the random basis. These subjects were put in two groups of 15: an experimental group and a control group. The tools applied in this study were dyslexia and reading (NAMA) test and children`s Wechsler Intelligence test. The experimental group received the meta-cognitive trainings for 8 sessions of 60 minutes while there was no interfering in the control group. Following the interference, the dyslexia and reading test was executed for the both groups. The data then was analyzed by the covariance analysis. Results of the study showed that the meta-cognitive trainings were effective in the reading functions of the dyslexia students.  

Ms Parisa Sharifi, Dr Seyyed Alimohammad Mousavi, Dr Jafar Hasani,
Volume 6, Issue 2 (9-2018)

The present study was conducted with the aim of determining the discrimination role of reinforcement sensitivity theory, emotion regulation processes strategies and cognitive flexibility in discrimination of people with internet addiction. The research design was a two-group diagnostic function. The study population included Internet user students at Imam Khomeini International University in Qazvin (18 to 35 years). Sample selection was done using convenience sampling method. The research sample consisted of 92 participants (46 = Internet addiction, 46 = normal). Data were collected using the Internet addiction inventory, cognitive flexibility inventory, emotion regulation process strategies inventory and Jackson's five-factor scale; and were analyzed using discriminant analysis. The findings showed that reappraisal and cognitive flexibility negatively, and then BAS, BIS and suppression positivey, in order, had the strongest relationship with the present function and discriminated the groups from each other. But the system of FFFS did not have a significant role in the discrimination of the two groups. In general, cognitive flexibility, emotion regulation processes strategies, and BAS and BIS sensitivity are important factors in discrimination people with Internet addiction from normal people.

Raziyeh Sajedi, Samaneh Shojaie, Parvaneh Shamsipour Dehkord, Seyed Mohammad Kazem Vaez Mousavi,
Volume 8, Issue 4 (volume8, Issue 4 2021)

Efforts to further progress in practice and learning have introduced cognitive imagery and action observation. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of different practice ratios on consolidation the motor memory of girls with cognitive load. This research was a quasi-experimental study with a pretest, acquisition and retention design. The statistical population of the study includes primary school students in the 18th district of Tehran in the academic year of 97-98 who were selected by convenience sampling method. 98 elementary school girl students in the age range of 8-12 years were randomly divided into 10 groups (physical practice, motor imagery, action observation, motor imagery - physical practice and action observation - physical practice) based on inclusion criteria. Were. Demographic, motion imaging (MIQ-R) and motion imaging resolution (VMIQ-2) questionnaires, Strope task and serial color matching task were used to collect information. Participants made an effort in the 1920 acquisition phase and 48 hours later in an 80-block memorial session. To analyze the data, analysis of covariance test 2 (assessment steps: acquisition, retention) × 5 (experimental groups) with repetition on the factor of assessment steps, SPSS software was used. The results of analysis of variance showed that the main effect of practice type and cognitive load type was significant (p <0.05). The results of Bonferroni post hoc test showed that the participants in the practice observation and imaging group with low cognitive load had the best performance and the participants in the practice group with low cognitive load had the weakest performance compared to the other groups. Performing practice in a combination of observation and imaging will lead to better performance in learning and consolidation motor memory.

Samira Nasr Abadi, S. M. Hossein Mousavi Nasab, Ghasem Askari Zadeh, Mohsen Shahba,
Volume 9, Issue 3 (volume9, Issue 3 2021)

Executive dysfunction is a hallmark of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and is associated with significant complications. Deficiency in problem-solving, emotion regulation, and attention is one of the most common phenomena after brain injury. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of short-term intervention of dual executive function on problem-solving, emotion regulation, and selective attention in patients with traumatic brain injury. This quasi-experimental design used pre-test and post-test with a control group. Twenty subjects with brain injury were selected with the Purposive sampling method. They were randomly entered into two experimental and control groups (10 in the experimental group and 10 in the control group). After performing the pre-test, the experimental group received the short-term intervention and double executive function in 8 sessions of 90 minutes, while the control group did not receive any intervention. The assessment was performed in two stages of pre-test-post-test using a set of software tests of the Tower of London, Stroop and John and Gross (2003) Emotion Regulation Questionnaire. Analysis of covariance was used to analyze the data. The results showed a significant difference in the mean scores between the experimental group and the control group in all variables after the test. Therefore, it can be concluded that short-term intervention of dual executive function has a significant effect on improving attention, emotion regulation, and problem-solving in people with traumatic brain injury.

Mis Seyedeh Zahra Mousavi, Dr Farideh Sadat Hoseini,
Volume 10, Issue 1 (volume10, Issue 1 2022)

In recent years, research on increasing cognitive and psychological status through play has received much attention. For this purpose, there are two categories of game including interactive home game and cognitive game that the first run in the home environment and the latter is implemented as computer software to increase cognitive abilities. The aim of this study was to compare the effectiveness of cognitive computer games and parent-child interactive games on problem solving and positive and negative affects in children. For this purpose, 40 10-year-old children in Shiraz were selected by available sampling method in 4 groups included Lumosity game (10 people), home game (10 people), combination of Lumosity and home game (10 people) and control group (10 people). Data were analyzed by multivariate analysis of covariance. Based on the significance of Pillai test, there is a difference between the groups in terms of two variables of problem solving and positive and negative affect. Binary comparisons of the groups showed that there was a significant difference between the Lumosity and control groups in terms of problem solving. Also, the combination group with the control group and home group, and the Lumosity group with the control group had a significant difference in terms of positive affect. Acording to the results of the present study, it is suggested that Lumosity game be used to increase problem-solving ability and Lumosity game and the combination of Lumosity and home game to increase pleasant feelings and positive affects in 10-year-olds. 

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