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2017

Oberer, Nicole; Gashaj, Venera; Roebers, Claudia M. (2017). Motor skills in kindergarten: Internal structure, cognitive correlates and relationships to background variables. Human Movement Science, 52, pp. 170-180. Elsevier 10.1016/j.humov.2017.02.002

2016

Gashaj, Venera; Oberer, Nicole; Mast, Fred; Roebers, Claudia (30 August 2016). Basic numerical skills, fine motor skills, and informal home numeracy predict mathematical school achievement in 2nd grade (Unpublished). In: Biennial Meeting of EARLI SIG 15 - "Special Educational Needs: Cognition, Socio-emotional Functioning and the Environment: Bridging the Divide". Leuven, Belgium. 29.08.-30.08.2016.

Gashaj, Venera; Oberer, Nicole; Mast, Fred; Roebers, Claudia (11 July 2016). Predicting mathematical school achievement by precursors of mathematics, executive functions, and motor skills (Unpublished). In: 24th biennial meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development ISSBD2016. Vilnius, Lithuania. 10.07.-14.07.2016.

Gashaj, Venera; Uehlinger, Yoann; Roebers, Claudia M. (2016). Numerical magnitude skills in 6-years-old children: Exploring specific associations with components of executive function. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 6(1), pp. 157-172. Canadian Center of Science and Education 10.5539/jedp.v6n1p157

2015

Gashaj, Venera; Sprenger, Nicole; Mast, Fred W.; Roebers, Claudia M. (12 September 2015). Factors of executive functions and their individual relations to precursors of mathematical skills (Unpublished). In: 17th European Conference on Developmental Psychology (ECDP). Braga, Portugal. 08.09.-12.09.2015.

2014

Hartmann, Matthias; Gashaj, Venera; Stahnke, Antje; Mast, Fred W. (2014). There is more than "more is up": Hand and foot responses reverse the vertical association of number magnitudes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 40(4), pp. 1401-1414. American Psychological Association 10.1037/a0036686

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