The development of executive functions:
building the brain's 'air traffic control system'
Young children depend on their emerging “executive function skills” to navigate the classroom and the playground, but what are these skills and why do they matter?
Join Dr. Jenkins as he reviews the three dimensions of executive function (inhibitory control, working memory, cognitive flexibility) and examines the development of these skills across childhood.
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