Adrian Rosan

Adrian Rosan
Babeş-Bolyai University | UBB · Department of Special Psychopedagogy

Professor,PhD

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The association between visual attention and reading development has been investigated as a possible core causal deficit in dyslexia, in addition to phonological awareness. This study aims to provide a meta-analytic review of the research on attentional processes and their relation to reading development, to examine the possible influence on it of...
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This paper aims to test the predictive role of nonword reading abilities (accuracy and fluency) and rapid naming (RAN) over word reading fluency. Letter knowledge (LK) and phonological awareness (PA) for literacy were accounted for as control factors due to their ceiling effects. We test the direct impact of the main predictors and their indirect o...
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This study aimed to investigate the measurement invariance of the Alabama Parenting Questionnaire (for both long [APQ-lg] and short [APQ-9] forms) across age, gender, clinical status, and informant (i.e., parent vs. child reports). The sample was composed of adolescents (community sample: N = 1,746; clinical sample: N = 166) and parents ( N = 149)....
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Emotional dysregulation problems seem to affect more than 80% of people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and may include irritability, aggressive behaviors, self-injury, and anxiety. Even though these types of problems are very common and affect the well-being of individuals with ASD, there are no objective assessment tools developed for this po...
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3D technology has become one of the basic elements of computer-aided workflows, and due to its attention-grabbing effect, it is also used in education, whether it is illustrative methods used in teaching or computer-aided design. In this paper we analyzed the effectiveness of the 2D and 3D environment while performing a problem-solving task using e...
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Recent research indicates there are different cognitive patterns and coping mechanisms related to increased levels of Internet use and emotional distress in adolescents. This study aims to investigate the relationship between coping mechanisms, dysfunctional negative emotions, and Internet use. A total of 54 participants aged between 14 and 19 year...
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Due to the development of digital tools in the information society, all arenas of society are constantly changing, including the process and methods of education and learning. Both students and educators familiar with the use of digital devices have a significant presence of digital technology in their daily lives, not only in connection with teach...
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Eye movement tracking systems offer the opportunity to observe and study a complex cognitive process such as programming. As a consequence of the growing number of program systems, software developers need to be able to use more and more programming technologies effectively. The paper analyses one of the possibilities of the C# programming language...
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Recognition of facial expressions is one of the basic skills used to understand the feelings and intentions of others and it represents a crucial ability for establishing interpersonal connections in life. Previous studies have shown that the ability to recognize emotions, the speed and accuracy, with which individuals process emotions, appears to...
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The continuous visual tracking of activity performed in perception and action activities requires continuous eye motion. The visual computer monitoring, recording and evaluation of human motion provides many opportunities in the development of human-computer interfaces. In most activities performed by humans, eye-hand coordination plays a significa...
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Through the analysis of eye motion, human cognitive activity, specific cognitive processes may be indirectly monitored. To track eye motion, several video-based devices have been developed, such as Gazepoint GP3. In the demo, the gaze path recording is demonstrated using GP3 device, then the evaluation of gaze fixations using OAGAMA software are ev...
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Eye-tracking is a widely used method to examine the hidden cognitive processes. In this paper a program source code debugging process is examined by eye-tracking method. A computer based analysis was elaborated to test the debug process and record the main parameters of eye movement. During the test, two typical groups were established, in case of...
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Recently, researches based on eye-tracking have more often appeared on the field of cognitive studies, education support systems and virtual reality. Eye-tracking based analysis may be useful in IT, particular in algorithm thinking, program code debugging. The purpose of this paper is to introduce the conditions of Gazepoint GP3 device and OGAMA us...
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This chapter refers to the implications of inclusive education for the whole dynamic of the educational system and for all the partners involved in its delivery. It identifies the factors that facilitate a functional outcome, but also the factors that become barriers and are not adequately addressed. Within different European contexts, inclusive ed...
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Our study explores some important values which we would call it values in action and their application within the spiritual life. After some general explanations, we will present a case study and its very interesting results. Through this method, we will obtain some data valid for the Romanian context where the Orthodox faith is the major one. Our...
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Publicat în volumul ”Educație si formare în contextul provocării lumii contemporane”: http://psihoped.psiedu.ubbcluj.ro/resurse/2016%20A-Rosan%20V-Timis%20G-Hagau%20-%20Educatie%20si%20formare%20in%20contextul%20provocarilor%20lumii%20contemporane%20-%20Argonaut.pdf
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In the current study, the cross-cultural generalizability of theories about different variants of psychopathy was tested in 125 detained male adolescents between the ages of 14 and 18 years old. Participants were recruited from two juvenile detention facilities in Romania situated in two different regions of the country. The results of the current...
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Our study examined the associations between callous-unemotional traits (eg., absence of guilt and remorse, reduced empathy, toughness towards others), peer aggression and psychopathic traits in a sample of 125 adolescent boys, aged between 14 and 19 years, from two detention centers. The results confirmed the association between callousness and ant...
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Our study examined the associations between callous-unemotional traits (eg., absence of guilt and remorse, reduced empathy, toughness towards others), peer aggression and psychopathic traits in a sample of 125 adolescent boys, aged between 14 and 19 years, from two detention centers. The results confirmed the association between callousness and ant...
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This study investigate relationship between the four types of aggression and callousu unemotional traits in a sample of non refferd adolescents aged 14-18 in Romania.

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