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    The Implicit Contribution of Fine Motor Skills to Mathematical Insight in Early Childhood.Ursula Fischer, Sebastian P. Suggate & Heidrun Stoeger - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    The Supporting Role of Mentees’ Peers in Online Mentoring: A Longitudinal Social Network Analysis of Peer Influence.Manuel D. S. Hopp, Heidrun Stoeger & Albert Ziegler - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    Domain-Specificity of Educational and Learning Capital: A Study With Musical Talents.Marold Reutlinger, Wolfgang Pfeiffer, Heidrun Stoeger, Wilma Vialle & Albert Ziegler - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    How Mentors Think About the Attainability of Mentoring Goals: The Impact of Mentoring Type and Mentoring Context on the Anticipated Regulatory Network and Regulatory Resources of Potential Mentors for School Mentoring Programs.Matthias Mader, Heidrun Stoeger, Alejandro Veas & Albert Ziegler - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12:737014.
    Research shows that trained mentors achieve better results than untrained ones. Their training should particularly address their expectations for their future mentoring. Our study involved 190 preservice teachers, potential mentors of ongoing school mentoring for primary and secondary school students of all grades. They were randomly assigned to one of four conditions in a 2-x-2 between-subjects design of mentoring type (traditional mentoring versus e-mentoring) and mentoring context (non-pandemic versus COVID-19 pandemic). Participants assessed mentoring conducted under these four conditions in terms (...)
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    Fine Motor Skills and Lexical Processing in Children and Adults.Rebecca E. Winter, Heidrun Stoeger & Sebastian P. Suggate - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    Children’s fine motor skills link to cognitive development, however, research on their involvement in language processing, also with adults, is scarce. Lexical items are processed differently depending on the degree of sensorimotor information inherent in the words’ meanings, such as whether these imply a body-object interaction or a body-part association. Accordingly, three studies examined whether lexical processing was affected by FMS, BOIness, and body-part associations in children and adults. Analyses showed a differential link between FMS and lexical processing as a (...)
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