Ausra Daugirdiene

Ausra Daugirdiene
Lietuvos Edukologijos Universitetas · Psychology Didactics

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This study explored a moderated mediation model, which is based on the assumption about the direct relationship between teachers’ autonomy-supportive behaviours and students’ learning strategies and via perceived classroom management as well as the effect of growth mindset for the relationships between (1) teachers’ autonomy-supportive behaviours a...
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The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound effect on the system of education—gaps in students’ learning, their socioemotional and mental health problems and growing inequality have been recorded. These problems confront students from low socioeconomic status (SES) in particular, therefore supportive relationships with teachers are of great importance. Th...
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The sustainable school is important in today’s education system to ensure the well-being of younger generations. This research work attempted to empirically test the different predictions of a sustainable school environment for secondary school students’ engagement in learning. The following objectives were formulated: to analyse the differences of...
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Lithuanian schools face the challenge of low learning achievement. International and national studies show that the results of Lithuanian school students are not tantamount. There are significant differences among different groups: between boys and girls, between students from different social–economic–cultural backgrounds, different types of local...
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The understanding and generalisation of causality are important thinking abilities, as they form the basis for a person’s activity. Researchers exploring these abilities do not have a unified opinion regarding the age of children when they develop causative understanding and its determinant factors (e.g. age, prior knowledge, the content of a task,...
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Explanations about the surrounding world are of particular significance for children since it is a way for them to learn and cognise the environment. However, Legare (2014) maintains that little is known about the impact of explanations on learning. For the past decade, explanations have been one of the major themes in the studies of cognitive psyc...
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The asymmetric sequential color-matching technique was used to determine the shifts in chromaticity of real Munsell chips induced by four test illuminants. The reference illuminant was C. Illuminants green (G) and purple (P) induced shifts orthogonal to the Planckian locus, while illuminants S and A induced shifts along the Planckian locus. Vectors...
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The temporal sensitivity of human visual system was investigated. The two separate lights flashing at different temporal intervals were presented under neutral background. The three primary LED's (red, green and blue) were used as flash lights. The background extending full visual field was illuminated by D65 illuminant composed of three primary LE...
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Vis daugėja straipsnių dviženklių skaičių apdorojimo tema. Tyrimai atskleidžia, kad įtakos dviženklių skaičių apdorojimo būdui turi tyrimo dalyvių amžius ir lytis. Šio tyrimo tikslas – išanalizuoti skirtingo amžiaus ir lyties žmonių dviženklių skaičų automatinį apdorojimą. II klasės mokiniai (amžius M = 8 m. 5 mėn.), IV klasės mokiniai (M = 10 m. 5...
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The link between chromatic constancy (compensation for hue and saturation shifts) and lightness constancy (compensation for a change in surface reflectance) was tested theoretically by computing cone contrasts and by asymmetric matching experiments. The effect of a thin achromatic line (a frame) around the test sample was tested empirically. When t...
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Tyrimo tikslas yra patikrinti, kaip keičiasi objekto dydžio suvokimas, kintant jo projekcijos padėčiai akies tinklainėje, ir kaip objekto dydžio suvokimas priklauso nuo akies tinklainės receptorių (kūgelių ir lazdelių) tankio. Tiriamieji, žiūrėdami viena akimi ir fiksuodami žvilgsnį, dalijo skirtingų ilgių atkarpas – nustatydavo suvokiamą vidurį. A...
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A successive asymmetric colour-matching task was used to study the changes in colour appearance of simulated Munsell samples. Colour shifts were induced with two Planckian illuminants, standard illuminant A (u'=0.256, v'=0.524) and illuminant S (u'=0.174, v'=0.392). Measurements were conducted with a 20 degrees field and a 120 degrees field. Adapta...
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A successive, asymmetric color-matching paradigm was used to investigate the link between cone contrast and the stability of perceived colors. We measured the perceived color shifts of 10 Munsell samples, induced by test illuminant A, simulated in u'v' color space. The capacity of the visual system to resist these shifts, otherwise known as color c...
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The light reflected from an object depends both on the object's surface and on the illuminant. Visual systems attempt to resolve this intrinsic ambiguity by comparing the light reflected from the object with respect to the background by computing the difference between the object-background light sampled by three cones. The cone-contrasts for the s...
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Sequential asymmetrical colour matching of forty Munsell samples simulated under illuminant C and one of eight test illuminants was carried out. The subjects matched the appearance of each sample under illuminant C with its appearance under the test illuminant. Samples and background (N7) were presented for 1 s under the test illuminant and were is...
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A cone-opponent-based vector model is used to derive the activity in the red-green, yellow-blue, and achromatic channels during a sequential asymmetric colour-matching experiment. Forty Munsell samples, simulated under illuminant C, were matched with their appearance under eight test illuminants. The test samples and backgrounds were photometricall...
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The effects of chromatic adaptation on colour constancy were studied under six illuminants, using Munsell samples and asymmetric colour matching. In our colour constancy studies we used test stimulus within a neutral background field and additional blank surround in a region outside the background. We did experiments with a different time (200 ms,...

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To find why a chromatic constancy index is higher for real objects.