The relationship between intelligence and executive function among gifted adolescents

Widyorini, Endang (2022) The relationship between intelligence and executive function among gifted adolescents. In: The 17th Asia-Pacific Conference on Giftedness: Embracing Diversity, Blooming Talents. (Submitted)

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Executive function is a term for a number of complex cognitive processes that are interdependent and critical to purposeful, goal directed behaviour (Lezak, et al 2004). Executive functions refer to a variety of correlated abilities ranging from simple voluntary initiation and inhibition of behaviour to those involving complex planning, problem solving, and insight. Planning problem solving, and insight certainly correspond to psychological and even lay concepts of “intelligent behaviour”. However, evidence for a relationship of intelligence tests to executive function measures is inconsistent and not strong. The purpose of this research, in order to know the relationship between intelligence and executive function (EF) in gifted children. The hypothesis: (a) there is relationship between Intelligence and EF of the gifted adolescents; (b) There is a relationship between three domains (Working Memory, Cognitive Flexibility, and Inhibitory Control) in Executive Function and Intelligence in gifted adolescents

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Subjects: 100 Philosophy and Psychology > 150 Psychology
Depositing User: Ms Endang Widyorini
Date Deposited: 24 Jan 2023 05:47
Last Modified: 09 Dec 2023 22:53

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