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Executive Function Mapping Project: Untangling the terms and skills related to executive function and self-regulation in early childhood: Project report

Based on a review of literature, this report looks at the similarities, differences, and relationships between executive function (EF) and other regulation-related skills primarily in children ages 3-6. It presents a map of EF and other regulation-related skills, a framework to distinguish these skills, the project's findings based on the literature review, and implications and considerations for stakeholders.
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