Memory Maestros: Neurocognitive development

Relevant LifeCourse Constructs Year 2012 2012 2012 2013 2014
Phase 1: Baseline and screening 2: Intervention 3: 6 month follow-up 4: 12 month follow-up 5: 24 month follow-up
Age 6-7 years 6-7 years 6-8 years 7-8 years 8-9 years
N 1802 Substudy: 452 Substudy: 452 Substudy: 452 Total: 1269
Substudy: 397
Arithmetic reasoning T:LSAC-ARS I T:LSAC-ARS I O:WRAT4 I T:LSAC-ARS I O:WRAT4 I
Attention T:GRIT I T:GRIT I T:GRIT I
Child development status P:PEDS I 1 P:M-M I P:M-M I
Cognitive functions O:Cogmed I
Executive cognitive functions P:C3AI-P I P:C3AI-P I P:C3AI-T I O:AWMA I T:LSAC-ARS I O:WASI-II I P:C3AI-P I P:C3AI-T I O:AWMA I T:LSAC-ARS I P:BRIEF I 2 O:AWMA I T:LSAC-ARS I T:BRIEF I 2
Intelligence O:WASI-II I
Language development O:CNRep I
Learning disability P:C3AI-P I P:C3AI-P I P:C3AI-T I P:C3AI-P I P:C3AI-T I
Memory P:BRIEF I 2 T:BRIEF I 2 O:CNRep I
Memory assessment O:AWMA-BDR I 3 O:AWMA-SS I 3 O:Cogmed I O:AWMA I O:AWMA I O:AWMA I O:CELF-4-RS I
Persistence T:GRIT I T:GRIT I T:GRIT I
Pervasive developmental disorder P:C3AI-P I P:ELVS-DD Fam P:C3AI-P I P:C3AI-T I P:C3AI-P I P:C3AI-T I
Visuospatial reasoning O:AWMA-SS I 3 O:AWMA I O:WASI-II I O:AWMA I O:AWMA I

Featured measurements

Notes

1

Authorised Australian Version, adapted with permission from Frances Page Glascoe, Ellsworth & Vandermeer Press Ltd.


2

Adapted and reproduced with special permission from the publisher, Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.


3

Two sub-tests used as a screener for working memory proficiency


Legend

B
= Biosample collected
BA
= Biosample analysis
L
= Data linkage
N
= Nurse completed questionnaire
O
= Observation or direct assessment
Of
= Offspring completed questionnaire
P
= Parent/guardian completed questionnaire
Pe
= Peer completed questionnaire
R
= Records abstraction
S
= Self (primary participant) completed questionnaire
T
= Teacher completed questionnaire
X
= Other source
X F
= Pertains to father
X Fam
= Pertains to family
X G
= Pertains to grandparent(s)
X I
= Pertains to primary participant
X IP
= Pertains to partner
X M
= Pertains to mother
X O
= Pertains to offspring
X P
= Pertains to parent/guardian(s)
X Pe
= Pertains to peers
X Si
= Pertains to sibling(s)
X T
= Pertains to teacher(s)
X X
= Pertains to other reportees

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