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An investigation into affect-related working memory for adolescents with dyslexia
Background Working memory and socio-emotional differences are often associated with the neurodiverse profile of dyslexia. However, it is not well understood how affect (i.e., feelings, emotion or mood) interacts with working ...
What works: exploring the impact of a modified, universal, emotional regulation module for transition year students in an Irish post-primary school
Aims: The aim of this research was to explore the impact of a modified, emotional regulation module for a universal group of adolescents (Mean Age=15.49), in an Irish post-primary school. The study sought to examine ‘what ...
An evaluation of the effectiveness of the zones of regulation cognitive behavioural intervention on emotional regulation outcomes for school aged children with autism spectrum disorders in Ireland.
Background and Aims: Emotional regulation is a transactional process between an individual, their environment and involves controlled or automatic strategies executed in response to stimuli which trigger emotions (Gross ...