NIH Toolbox is a multidimensional set of brief measures assessing cognitive, emotional, motor and sensory function from ages 3 to 85, meeting the need for a standard set of measures that can be used as a “common currency” across diverse study designs and settings. NIH Toolbox monitors neurological and behavioral function over time, and measures the domain constructs across developmental stages. This facilitates the study of functional changes across the lifespan, including evaluating intervention and treatment effectiveness.
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- Purpura, David J.; Schmitt, Sara A.; Ganley, Colleen M.: Foundations of mathematics and literacy: the role of executive functioning components (2017)
- Blankson, A. Nayena; Blair, Clancy: Cognition and classroom quality as predictors of math achievement in the kindergarten year (2016)
- Viterbori, Paola; Usai, M. Carmen; Traverso, Laura; De Franchis, Valentina: How preschool executive functioning predicts several aspects of math achievement in grades 1 and 3: A longitudinal study (2015)
Further publications can be found at: http://www.nihtoolbox.org/Publications/Pages/Articles1.aspx