Dr. Pooja Jha Nair

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The Importance of Evaluating Index of Impulsivity and Non-inhibition – The Role of BBIT in Evaluating Both Skills

The group of cognitive processes called executive function (EF) includes the flexible control of attention, the ability to hold information through working memory, and the ability to maintain inhibitory control. These cognitive processes are crucial for learning, especially for young children. These help students control their anxiety when they face challenging academic tasks. However, the …

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Role of Cognition in Academic Performance – How BBIT Evaluates Cognitive Skills

Any teacher will know that each of their students learns differently. They also know that this difference has a huge connection to the processes that the brains use to learn. There are processes such as attention, speed, memory, visual and auditory learning, etc., that the brain uses. These along with other things enable each learner …

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