Assessing preschoolers' self-regulation in homes and classrooms: Lessons from the field

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): McCabe, Lisa A.; Hernandez, Magdalena; Lara-Cinisomo, Sandraluz; Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne;
Date Issued: 2000
Publisher(s): Council for Exceptional Children
Description: A pilot study of the Games As Measurement for Early Self-Control (GAMES) method for assessing preschool children’s ability to control their attention span and inhibitions, based on a sample of 71 children in a Head Start program


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