Multisensory Teaching and Beta and SMR Oscillatory Activities in Foreign Language Vocabulary Retention: A Neurolinguistic Study

Farnaz Farrokh Alaee; Hassan Soleimani; Hossein Haghir; Alireza Aghayusefi; Manoochehr Jafarigohar

Volume 3, Issue 11 , October 2020, Pages 7-25

  Retention and learning are neurolinguistic and psycholinguistic processes. The brain electrical response to the cognitive processes that happen in the cortices is inescapable. During neuronal activities, created waves can be recorded and displayed by quantitative electroencephalogram (QEEG) in a non-invasive ...  Read More

The Effect of Memorizing Particle Phrases through Student-Generated Sketches on EFL Learners’ Spoken Fluency

Reza Saeedehghan; Mohammad Khatib; Farid Ghaemi

Volume 3, Issue 11 , October 2020, Pages 27-40

  Using chunks is said to bring about fluency into speech as they save speakers from constructing their speech upon a word-by-word basis. Particle phrases (A term coined in this study to refer to phrasal verbs and their derived and deviated nouns and adjectives) are also among those chunks. This study ...  Read More

The Effect of Over-learning and Off-line Different Periods on Stabilization-based Consolidation Process and Proactive Interference in Explicit Motor Memory

Somayeh Bakhshi; Jaleh Bagherli; Saleh Rafiee

Volume 3, Issue 11 , October 2020, Pages 41-49

  This study attempted to investigate the effect of over-learning and off-line different periods on stabilization-based consolidation process and proactive interference in explicit motor memory. Previous experiences can affect future performance. However, it is not clear how much exercise is needed to ...  Read More

Effectiveness of Emotional and Cognitive Processing Strategies on Academic Adjustment and Academic Engagement of High School Students of Kerman

mohammad mohammadrezakhani; Ali Farnam; hossein Jenaabadi

Volume 3, Issue 11 , October 2020, Pages 51-59

  The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of emotional and cognitive processing strategies on students' academic adjustment and academic engagement. This study was applied and in terms of research method was quasi-experimental with pre-test-post-test design and control group. The statistical ...  Read More

Comparing Cup Stacking and Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on Working Memory and Processing Speed

parvaneh feiz; sazan emamipour; Peyman Hassani-Abharian; Shirin Kooshki

Volume 3, Issue 11 , October 2020, Pages 61-68

  Students with attention disorders face many challenges in the educational process, which also affects their academic future. The goal of this study was to compare the effect of the Cup Stacking Method and Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on the working memory and information processing rate on ...  Read More

The Effectiveness of Flipped Classroom Technique in Promoting Academic Motivation and Self-Efficacy among Students

Tayebeh Fallah; Fariba Hafezi; Behnam Makvandi; Sasan Bavi

Volume 3, Issue 11 , October 2020, Pages 69-75

  A flipped classroom, as one of the participatory learning techniques, is based on group dynamics and social interactions. The present study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of the flipped classroom technique in promoting academic motivation and self-efficacy among high school students. The research ...  Read More

The Effects of Autonomy Support on Observational Motor Learning

Saeed Ghorbani; Parinaz Ghanati; Amir Dana; Mir Hamid Salehian

Volume 3, Issue 11 , October 2020, Pages 77-87

  Previous studies have shown that autonomy support (AS) can foster a person’s motivation and facilitate motor learning. However, the effects of AS on observational motor learning are not well understood. The present study investigated this issue by manipulating to-be-observed-model. Forty-eight ...  Read More