SES vs. Executive Functioning Skills: Comparing the long-term effects on reading and math achievement


Working memory and executive functioning skills are empirically supported predictors of reading and math academic achievement, with deficits in these skills being associated with lower academic performance. Furthermore, there... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Shontell Smith (University of Texas)
  2. Caroline Carberry (University of Texas)
  3. Luis Velasquez (University of Texas)
  4. Timothy Keith (University of Texas)

Topic Areas

Education , Cognition and Attention


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