Nicole Oberer

Nicole Oberer
Universität Bern | UniBe · Institute of Psychology

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Nicole Oberer currently works at the Institute of Psychology, Universität Bern. Nicole does research in Developmental Psychology. Their most recent publication is 'Executive functions, visual-motor coordination, physical fitness and academic achievement: Longitudinal relations in typically developing children'.
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Research Findings: This study examined the interrelations between fine motor skills, executive functions, and basic numerical skills in kindergarten as well as their predictive value for mathematics achievement in 2nd grade in a sample of 136 children. Structural equation modeling techniques were used to uncover the unique predictive value and medi...
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The present longitudinal study included different school readiness factors measured in kindergarten with the aim to predict later academic achievement in second grade. Based on data of N = 134 children, the predictive power of executive functions, visual-motor coordination and physical fitness on later academic achievement was estimated using a lat...
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The present study aimed to contribute to the discussion about the relation between motor coordination and executive functions in preschool children. Specifically, the relation between gross and fine motor skills and executive functions as well as the relation to possible background variables (SES, physical activity) were investigated. Based on the...
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