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In the Name of God

Book of Abstracts Copyright © Institute for Cognitive Science Studies May 2013

Book of Abstracts

5th International Conference of Cognitive Science 7- 9 May 2013, Tehran - Iran

Editor: Seyed Vahid Shariat, Phd Co- Editors: Pegga Alaii Tahereh L. Ansari Zahra Moradi

Disclaimer The names, affiliations and personal information, appear as directly provided by the contributors. The organizers of the conference or the institute for cognitive science studies bear no liabilities whatsoever as regard their validity.

Welcome Message In the Name of God the Most Merciful On behalf of the Institute of Cognitive Science Studies (ICSS) and Shahid Beheshti University (SBU), we welcome you to the 5th International Conference of Cognitive Science (ICCS). We hope you enjoy this scientific program, which is a magnificent collection of speeches, group discussions, poster presentations, workshops, and network meetings. We extend our very Persian welcome to our International contributors and participants, many of whom endured long journeys to I. R. Iran. The rapid growth in cognitive science and technology studies and research has allowed us to raise and formulate novel questions and provide solutions, which can be relied on in scientific endeavors of scholars from this field as well as other converging science and technology domains. Ultimately, our goal from inception at the ICCS has been to increase our focus on the numerous studies and research in cognitive science. This goal has allowed the ICCS to continue its efforts in making the biennial conference possible, and allow further scientific expansion and collaboration in theoretical, empirical, applied, and technological work in cognitive science fields. ICCS 2013 has been affluently enriched by 8 keynote speakers from all around the world. We had received more than 500 submissions; however, we were only able to accommodate 276 contributions to be delivered in the form of 55 oral and 221 poster presentations during this three-day event. There are a total of 13 countries represented at ICCS 2013, including: Austria, Canada, China, Denmark, India, Iraq, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Russia, Sweden, Turkey, and the United Kingdom. The conference owes its continued success to many individuals and organizations. We would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to all of them, especially members of the Scientific and Organizing Committees and Mr. Nosrat, Executive Chairman of the Committee. We would like to thank the National Council for Cognitive Science and Technology (NCCT), Organization for the Islamic Conference (OIC), and Center for Innovation and Technology Corporation (CITC), for their invaluable loyalty and financial support. Finally, we would like to thank Dr. Kamal Kharrazi, the Architecture of Cognitive Science in Iran, whose constant pursuit in helping to expand and evolve cognitive science in Iran has been the driving force of the conference. We wish you a pleasant stay in Tehran and hope that the connections you make here will open new windows for future opportunities and collaborations.

Hamid Reza Pouretemad President of the Conference

Vahid Shariat Scientific Chairman of Conference

5th International Conference of Cognitive Sceince 7- 9 May 2013, Tehran - Iran

Conference Secretariat Abolghasemi, Zahra Azimi, Aslan Ghadami, Akram Sadat Kharrazi, Hesam Mehrpour, Ali Nabavi,Marjan Noorian , Nahid Sharifi, Hamidreza

Chairman: Pouretemad, Hamid Reza, Ph.D Scientific Secretary: Shariat, Seyed Vahid, M.D Executive Secretary: Nosrat, Hossein

Organizing Committee Hadjizadeh, Sohrab Moradi, Alireza Nosrat, Hossein Pouretemad, Hamid Reza Shariat, Seyed Vahid

Scientific Advisory Committee Aguilar-Vafaie, Maria Aghazadeh, Moharram Aarabi, Babak Bagherian, Fatemeh Davaei, Mehdi Family, Neilofar Hadaeghi, Fatemeh Hemmati Moghaddam, Ahmadreza Karbasizadeh, Amir Moghaddam, Alireza Morvarid, Mahmood Nasehi, Mohammad Nejati, Vahid Nilipour, Reza Piri, Morteza Raiesdana, Somayeh Sadeghi Abdollahi, Bahar Shariat, Seyed Vahid Talkhabi, Mahmoud Vahid, Hamid Yavari, Fatemeh Zarrindast, Mohammad Reza Editor: Seyed Vahid Shariat Co- Editors: Pegga Alaii Tahereh L. Ansari Zahra Moradi

Alaii, Pegga Barkhan Khosh, Tayebe Tayebe Keshvari, Fatmeh Khosravi, Shahnaz Moharreri, Marjan Safarkhani, Maryam Valadan, Ali

Abootalebi, Vahid Ahmadi-Pajouh, Mohammad Ali Bakouei, Fatemeh Baghdadi, Golnaz Delgoshai, Yalda Ghassemi, Farnaz Hatami, Javad Kharrazi, Kamal Moghtadaei, Motahareh Moradi, Alireza Naghavi, Hamidreza Nazari, Mohammad Ali Nematzadeh, Shahin Nouri, Ali Pouretemad, Hamid Reza Razavi, Mohammad Reza Sadeghi Marascht, Abdolhossein Sheykh Rezaee, Hossein Tehrani-doost, Mehdi Younesi, Ali

The Engineering and Humanities University Students’ Critical Thinking Skills in Iranian EFL Context

Alemi, Minoo

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Working Memory, Spiritual Intelligence and Academic Achievement in Monolingual and Bilingual Female Students

Zahmatkesh, Zeinab

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Khan, Azizuddin

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Asli Azad, Moslem

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Cognitive Dysfunction, Need for Cognition and Self-Efficacy in Episodic Prospective Memory

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The Efficacy of Meta-cognitive Training and its Application in the Mutual Interactions of Parents with Children Suffering from the Oppositional Defiant Disorder on the Reduction of the Symptoms of the Oppositional Defiant of These Children The Efficacy of Training to Apply Meta-cognitive Knowledge on the Reduction of Hyperactivity and Increasing the Attention of the Kids with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder

Asli Azad, Moslem

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Bilingual EFL Learners’ Metaphorical Conceptualizations

Akbari, Mohsen

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Irrational Beliefs Relation with Alexithymia

Karami, Jahangir

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Comparative Neurocognitive Functions of Schizophrenics and Patients with Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

Fadaie, Fatemeh

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Comparative Investigation of Mathematics Anxiety and Learning Mathematics in Male and Female Students of Distance Education University

Homayouni, Alireza

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Evolutionary Assessment in Emotional and Cognitive Empathy in Preschoolers and School-Age Children

Jalali, Maryam

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The Study of the Relationship between Scrupulosity, Obsessive- Compulsive Symptoms, and Obsessive-Compulsive Related Cognitive Styles

Kaviani, Sara

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Cognitive Director and Discourse Actor in the Language Film: An Analysis of How Background Thoughts Shape Foreground Speeches for Specific Purposes

Weisl, Hiwa

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Alemi, Minoo

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Investigating the Relationship of Irrational Beliefs with Anxiety and Their Effect in Two Different Academic Systems in Iran

Saghafi, Fatemeh

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Investigating the Relationships between Emotional Intelligence, Coping with Stress, and Problem Solving Skills

Mohammadi, Shahnaz

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Zemestani, Mehdi

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Khayer, Zahra

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Mirshojaee, Seyyed Bagher

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Abbassi, Ensie

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New Results about the Sensitivity of Psycholinguistic Tasks to Foreign Language Proficiency

Ujma, Péter

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A Neuro-Educational Explanation of Dialogic Learning as a Permanent Educational Strategy

Nouri, Ali

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Simor, Péter

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Alsadat Sadeghi, Mansoureh

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A Socio-Cognitive Approach to Persian Scientific Terminograhy

Gholi Famian, Ali Reza

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An Informational Argument against Strong Artificial Intelligence

Maleeh, Reza

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Toward Agents with Switchable Emotion Understanding Ability

The Effects of Racial Diversity on Critical Thinking Skills among Iranian EFL Learners

An Open Trial of a Brief Transdiagnostic Metacognitive Therapy for Depression and Anxiety

Impact Assessment of Stress Induction on the Visual Working Memory of Emotional and Non-emotional Stimuli among Male and Female University Students

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Can the Brain Answer Why Learning Happens? Processing of Words with Emotional Meaning in the Cerebral Hemispheres: Automatic n the Left and Attentional in the Right

Increased Alpha Power Indicates Wake-Like EEG Oscillations during Different Sleep Stages in Nightmare Disorder Differences of Features of Cognitive Concepts Categorization in Blind and Sighted Students

Kazemifard, Mohammad

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Cross-Gender Differences in Using Hedges in Conclusion Section of Applied Linguistics Papers

Azarmi, Bagher

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Cognitive Assessment in Elderly Admitted to Day Care Centers: The Relationship between the Abbreviated Mental Test and Sociodemographic Variables

Rashedi, Vahid

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What is More Important in Predicting Academic Performance? Cognitive or Affective Aspects of SelfConcept

Abu-Hilal, Maher Mohammad

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Alikhademi, Abbas

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Radahmadi, Maryam

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Fallahzadeh, Pardis

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Concepts Acquisition: Epistemological and Metaphysical Approaches

The Effect of Stress Period Duration on Memory Deficit in Rats

Visual Long-Term Memory and Misremembering an Everyday Common Object: Poor Recall of Turkish One Lira Coin Features

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Modification of Interpretation Bias in Patients with Social Anxiety Psychometric Properties of Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in Parkinson’s Disease Patients A Cross-Cultural Study of Love Metaphors: When Love is Pain!

Fatehhi, Mehri

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Emsaki, Golita

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Sorahi, Mohammad Amin

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Hamedi Shirvan, Zahra

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The Effects of Feedback on L2 Learners’ Listening Comprehension during Group Dynamic Assessment (G-DA)

Shabani, Karim

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Language Non-selective Activation of Semantics in Hindi-English Bilinguals

Mishra, Ramesh

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Spectral Analysis of Purkinje Cell Output

Abbasi, Samira

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Analysis of the Cognitive Model of Anger in the Persian Language

Maghsudloo, Mahdis

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Effects of Motor-Perception Training on Phonics Performances of Elementary Students with Dyslexia

Zareei Mahmoodabadi, Hassan

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Effectiveness of Executive Functions Training on Academic Performance of Children with Math Learning Disability

Akbari Motlaq, Maryam

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Case Study: The Effects of Social Stories Role-Playing on Social Maturity of High Function Autism Child

Maghsudloo, Mahdis

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Cannabinoids Modulate Aversive Memory in the Nucleus Accumbens

Rasekhi, Khalil

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The Treatment Effect of Treadmill Running on Memory of Animal Model of Alzheimer

Hosseini, Nasrin

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Bidi, Fatemeh

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Case Study: The Effects of Poetry Therapy in Children with Autism, Dyspraxia and Split Brain

The Effect of Metacognitive Skills Training on Students’ Achievement Motivation and Reading Comprehension

Bidi, Fatemeh

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Neural Activation in the Rat Forebrain in Social Recognition

Haghgoo, Hojjat Allah

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Problem-Solving Deficits in Iranians with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

Akbari Dehaghi, Ashraf

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Effect of (rTMS) over Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex on Craving Intensity in Methamphetamine Users

Mansouriyeh, Nastaran

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Does It Make a Significant Contribution? An Investigation into the Effect of Learners’ Psychological Learning Process on Leaning Language via Mobile

Jalilifar, Ali Reza

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The Role of GABA B Receptors in Morphine Self-administration

Ramshini, Effat

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Facial Emotion Recognition in Adolescents with Bipolar Disorder

Bozorg, Bonnie

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Successful Cognitive Learning Styles in Reading Comprehension:  The Focus On Style and Reading Strategy-Based Instructions (SRSBI)

Vanaee, Mehdi

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Syntactic Representations in Bilinguals: The Role of Word Order in Cross-Linguistic Priming

Family, Neiloufar

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Processing Subject and Object Relative Clauses in a Flexible Word Order Language: Evidence from Greek.

Katsika, Kalliopi

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Combination Effect of Social Isolation and 5-HT7 Receptor Agonist as 19 Induction on the Development of Neural Connections

Ahmadi, Milad

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Beirami, Mansoor

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Effectiveness of Rhythmic Movements of Karate Sport Training on Intelligence in Children with Special Learning Disabilities

Ghanaei Chaman Abad, Ali

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Effect of Cognitive Fatigue on Aggression and Level of Aspiration in Mehr News Agency Employees

Abedinnejad, Masoumeh

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Investigation of Neuropsychological Correlates of Different Dimensions of Insight toward Illness in Psychotic Patients

Ostadghafour, Sarvenaz

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Effects of Multi-session Attention Modification Programs for Threat on Symptoms of Social Anxiety

Ahmari, Mahsa

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The Relation between Metacognition Components (Metacognition Strategies, Objectivity, Beliefs, and Secure Behaviors) to Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Zareei Mahmoodabadi, Hassan

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Metacognitive Processes and Learning Styles as Main Predictors of Mathematics Anxiety in University Students

Homayouni, Alireza

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The Role of GABAergic System of the Dorsal Hippocampus on Inhibitory Avoidance Memory in Rats

Khakpai, Fatemeh

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Golfam, Arsalan

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Nikmorad, Alireza

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Effect of two Methods of Structural and Cognitive-Behavioral on Self-esteem of Female Students

Effectiveness of Metacognitive Therapy in Reducing PTSD Symptoms in Adolescents

Cognitive Effects of Some Discourse Markers in Farsi Speech

Comparative Effectiveness of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing in Reducing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

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The Comparison Executive Function in Prisoners with Antisocial Personality Disorder and Individuals without Disorder

Zahmatbar, Samira

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The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Super Intelligence and Its Ethical Challenges

Ramezani, Majid

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Artificial Intelligence and Challenges of Human-Machine Simulation

Ramezani, Majid

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Izadpanah, Parmis

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Influence of Conceptual Mapping in Understanding Abstract Meanings of Words in Pre-school Children’s Language Development: A Cognitive Approach

Ghaderyan, Peyvand

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Effect of Using Metaphor in Text on Comprehension and Recalling of High School Students

Rabiei Pour Salimi, Maysam

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Is Willingness to Communicate (WTC) Self-Efficacy and Cognitive Specific? A Study of English Conversation Learning

Gooniband Shooshtari, Zohre

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An Investigation into the Incorporation of Critical Thinking Skills in the Questions of University Entrance Exam

Alizadeh, Iman

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Influence of N-Methyl D-Aspartate Receptor on ACPA Induced Amnesia in Mice Dorsal Hippocampus

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Providing a Feasible Seizure Prediction Algorithm for Implantable Devices

Amin Yavari, Samaneh

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Deep Brain Stimulation, Cognition, and Dementia in Advanced Parkinson’s Disease

Azizbeigi, Ronak

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Davidson and Global Skepticism: A Response to Professor Otavio Bueno

Vaez Shahrestani, Mohammad Reza

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Compression of Social Information Processing and Emotional Intelligence of Normal Students and Students with Physical Activity Aged between 9-11 Years in Tehran

Jafary, Simin

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The Effect of Psychological Characteristics on Metaphor and Metonymy: A Survey Based on Bodily Communication

Sharafzadeh, Mohammad Hossein

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Metaphorical Conceptualization of Sadness in Farsi: A Cognitive Study

Sharafzadeh, Mohammad Hossein

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Barouni Ebrahimi, Alireza

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Unal, Gulten

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The Role of RS 28597190 (5HT4 Receptor Antagonist) of BLA Area in Amnesia Induced by ACPA

Chegini, Hamidreza

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Effects of External Focus of Attention on Written Spelling to Dictation in Dysgraphic Primary School Students of 2nd and 3rd Grades in Tehran

Namvarpour, Zahra

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Figural Creativity and Cognitive Inhibition

Rahimi, Mohaddese

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Hanif, Amina

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Kadkhoda, Mohammad

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Mosanezhad Jeddi, Elnaz

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Beliefs and Their Effects on Performance

The Development of Episodic Cognition and Mental Time Travel in Turkish Preschoolers: What, Where, and When

IC CS

Cognitive Dissonance and Familial Structure

Increase Organization Productivity: An S-Intelligence Solution

EEG Spectrum Weighted Frequency Changes after Neurofeedback Treatment in Reading Disabled Children

Azimirad, Vahid

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Alimohammadi, Maryam

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Interaction Modeling of Single Neuron and Carbon Nanotube

Hossienpoor, Mina

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The Effect of Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback Training on the Arousal of International Women Basketball Players

Azimipour, Fereshte

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Mobini, Ghazale

95

Razavi Movahed, Samira

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Chitsaz, Maziar

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Raghibdust, Shahla

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Khosravizadeh, Parvaneh

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Yazdanbakhsh, Kamran

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Askari, Saeid

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Khalily, Muhammad

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A New Rehabilitation Method for Autistic Children

Fabrication and Implementation of Brain Machine Interface System

A Study of Emotion Metaphors in Persian language Based on Cognitive Linguistics Approach Involvement of D1 Dopaminergic Antagonist upon Open-Arms Exploratory Behavior Induced by NMDA in to Nucleus Accumbens Shell Psychologism in Logic: Plausible or Implausible?

Developmental Patterns in the Comprehension and Production of Generic Noun Phrases in PersianSpeaking Children Language Attrition from Various Perspectives

Effectiveness of Past Memories Mental Review Therapy on Social Adjustment of Retirees Avoidance Component of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Relation to Psycho-Social Resources The Occurrence of Neurological Symptoms in Currently Abstinent Misusers of Alcohol

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The Comparison of Metacognitives Beliefs in Patients with Epilepsy and Normal Group

Heidari, Rozita

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Shirazi, Asma

104

Rahmani, Soudeh

105

Yaghoubi Karnami, Mohammad Reza

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Miri, Anvar

107

Comparison of Iranian and Non-Iranian Television Programs (Satellite and Foreign Cartoons) with Aggression in Children

Pourmaveddat, Khatoon

108

Investigating the Relationship between Aggression and Social Skills

Pourmaveddat, Khatoon

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Rahgoshay, Seyedeh Raheleh

110

NiaRoushan, Javad Hassan

111

Riazi, AmirHosein

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Coaching: New Approach in Cognitive Behavioral Learning

Fazel, Pendar

113

Sex Differences in Farsi Past-Tense Formation in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease

Johari, Karim

114

Making Cognitive Process Happy through the Provision of Metaphors for Improving Grammatical Accuracy

Sattarpour, Simin

115

Word Meaning Recognition through Textual vs. Pictorial Clues: A Study of Reaction Time (RT) in Iranian EFL Learners

Hajihassani, Neda

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Fayyazi, Maryam Sadat

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Mental Phenomena from a Western and Islamic View

Shukri Nordin, Zaimuariffudin

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Bilateral Eye Movements Influence Response Conflict

Modification of Coding of Human Brain Data Based on Cognitive Method Personality and Health: The Mediating Role of Sensation Seeking The Effect of Teachers’ Skills in Using Teaching Models on the Improvement of Students’ Learning and Studying Strategies at Cognitive and Metcognitive Levels

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Training Cognitive Strategies to Improve Spelling Disorder in Elementary School Students

The Relationship between Guessing as a Cognitive Strategy and the Complex Cognitive Ability of Reading Comprehension in the Iranian Context The Concept of Time and its Relation to the Subject of Identity: the Present Hole Model

Detection of Default Mode Network Abnormalities in Epilepsy by Fusion of fMRI and DTI Using Combined CCA and Joint ICA

A Cognitive Approach with the Concept of Coordination in Contemporary Persian

Akbari Chermahini, Soghra

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Semantic Analysis of Privacy in Persian: A Cognitive–Cultural Perspective

Afrashi, Azita

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Language Profiles in ASD, with Neurolinguistic Perspective

Ghanaei, Ali

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Momeniyanessari, Eisa

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Investigating the Relationship between Metacognitive State and Academic Self-Concept with Learning Math and English Language of Boy Students

Khani Jazani, Reza

123

Category-Specific Semantic Impairment and Domain-Specific Syntactic Impairment in Aphasia: The Case of Broca’s and Wernicke’s Aphasic Patients

Allami, Hamid

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Effects of Experimentally Induced Failure on Problem Solving Performance: The Importance of Controllability Beliefs

Salehi, Javad

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Job Satisfaction, Stress, Work Load and Cognitive Errors in Relation to Subjective Fatigue

Cognitive Abilities and Personality among Lingual and Bi-lingual Students

Structural and Semantic Processing of Persian Idioms: A Study Based on ERPs Assessment of Photo Aesthetics via Sparse Coding

Socio-Pragmatic Motivation of Conceptual Projection: A Cognitive Approach to Metaphor in Persian TV Commercials

Kotta, Chandraiah

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Sadat Safavi, Molood

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Nazemi, Amir

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Rezaei, Hadaegh

129

Cappuccio, Massimiliano

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The Effect of Individual Counseling of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Caused by War

Pouladei Rishehri, Ali

131

Investigation of the Influence of Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies on the Reading Comprehension and Problem Solving of Second Grade Students

Pouladei Rishehri, Ali

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Comparing the Effects of Psychological Interventions and Psychotropic Medication on Improvement of Mental Health of Infertile Women

Pouladei Rishehri, Ali

133

Cognitive Process through the Presentation of Complex Learner-Based and System-Based Multimedia Contents

Naderi Shoorabi, Nasrin

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Investigating the Influence of Cognitive and Meta-cognitive Strategies on the Reading Comprehension and Problem Solving in Second-Grade Female Students in Guidance Schools

Pouladei Rishehri, Ali

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Peaking Performance: Sport Psychology and Embodied Cognition

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Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Field (50 Hz) on Motor Coordination in Mice Is Anti-Individualism Based on Semantic Externalism? Efficiency of Cognitive Model of Social Information Processing in Predicting Children’s Internalizing Behavior Disorders

Saba, Valiallah

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Bikaraan Behesht, Hamed

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Shamsi, Abdolhossein Hossein

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Rezaei, Mohammad

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Effects of Gender on Phonemic Verbal Fluency

Shamspar, Leila

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Effectiveness of Brain Based Teaching in Memory Performance Improvement of Students’ with Mathematical Learning Disability in Fifth Grade Elementary School in Isfahan: A Single Subject Study

Samadi, Maryam

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Auditory Impairments in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS): Role of Central Auditory Behavioural Tests

Valadbeigi, Ayub

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Corresponding Children’s Performance with Their Mental Representation and Working Memory Components

Elahi, Tahereh

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Study and Comparison of Metacognitive Strategies in Gifted and Typical Students

Elahi, Tahereh

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Ahmadzadeh, Maryam

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Relation between Phonological Awareness and Non-word Reading Speed in Deaf Children

Effect of Attention Games on Improvement in Working Memory Performance in Boys with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Single-Subject Research A Longitudinal Study of Assessing Spatial Ability in Williams Syndrome Child Cognitive Control of Creativity

Maghsudloo, Mahdis

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Akbari Chermahini, Soghra

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Khademi, Sedigheh

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Case study: Assessing the Effects of Poem with Mimic in Word Generation by a Split-Brain Child

Maghsudloo, Mahdis

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Cultural Neuro-Phenomenology Interdisciplinary Disciplined for Studying the Process of Consciousness in Humans

Mohammadi, Rizgar

150

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) for the Treatment of Neuropsychiatric Disorders: A Review

Majidi, Ali

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Impulsivity and Task Condition in Prospective Memory Performance: Converging Evidence from Experimental and Questionnaire Study

Khan, Azizuddin

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Dysfunctional Integration of Frontal and Posterior Brain Regions among Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Quantitative EEG Analysis

Fauzan, Norsiah

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On the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Listening Comprehension Ability of Elementary Learners with Mild Hearing Loss

Fazilatfar, Ali Mohammad

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The Study of Teaching - Learning through Thinking Skills in the First Grade of Primary School

Talkhabi, Mahmoud

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Relationship between Spatial Intelligence and Situational Model of Discourse Comprehension

Yaseri Moghadam, Sajad

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A Performance of Young Children with Developmental Learning Disabilities in Neuropsychological Test (NEPSY): Executive Function/Attention-Memory

Behruz, Monir

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Studying the Personal Cognitive Construct System of Brand Regarding the Gender of Iranian Consumers within the Framework of George Kelly’s Theory and the Repertory Grid Technique

McKian, Somayeh Sadat

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The Nicotinic Alpha7 Receptor Antagonist Methyllycaconitine Attenuates the Learning Impairment Caused by the NMDA Glutamate Antagonist Dizocilpine in Rats

Heshmati, Pooneh

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How to Manipulate Dreams: Sophisticated Evaluation of Possible Effect of Distinct Auditory Stimulation during REM Sleep on Dream Content

Rahimi, Sadegh

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Antidepressant-like Effects of Elettaria Cardamomum Essential Oil in the Forced Swim Test and Tail Suspension Test in Male Mice

Akhlaghi, Boshra

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The Effect of Teaching Problem Solving and Decision Making on Anxiety of Acute Coronary Syndrome’s Patients

Rastbood, Zahra

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Humor Appreciation in Schizophrenic Patients

The Increase in Germane Cognitive Load in Students When Solving Problems Cognitive Deficits in Crystallized Heroin Abusers before and after One Month Abstinence The Effect of ACPA on Fear Memory Performance and Exploratory-like Behaviors Connectivity Problems in Children with Intellectual Disabilities

Metaphor and Proverb Interpretations: Comparison of Schizophrenic Patients with Normal Individuals

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Kavian Mobarake, Zahra

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Hassani-Abharian, Peyman

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Farrahizadeh, Maryam

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Fauzan, Norsiah

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Khademi, Sedigheh

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The Effect of Age Differences on Proverb Interpretation in Schizophrenic Patients and Normal Individuals Investigation the Relationship between P100 Components of VEP with Dyslexia The Interrelationships between Locus of Control and Willingness to Communicate

Khademi, Sedigheh

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Daemi, Mostafa

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Shooshtary, Zoohre

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Zakeri, Mahdi

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Inter-individual Differences in Perception of Maps

Šašinka, Čeněk

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Graph Theoretical Approach to Functional Connectivity of Cognition via fNIRS

Einalou, Zahra

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Ability Hypotheses: A Defense

Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Cognitive Rehabilitation (CACR) and Psycho-stimulant Drugs on Executive Functions of Children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Azami, Saeed

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Functional near Infrared Spectroscopy Investigation of Functional Connectivity in Schizophrenia using Mutual Information

Dadgostar, Mehrdad

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Mild Treadmill Exercise Can Alleviate Stress-Induced Impairment in Cognitive Function

Rahmani, Ahmad

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Perceptual – Cognitive Influence of the Physical Spaces of the Educational Environments on Students

Tabaeian, Marzieh

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The Effect of Theory of Mind and Social Skills Training on the Expression of Emotions and Conversational Interaction in Children with Autism

Beyranvand, Ziba

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Doustkam, Mohsen

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Fariba Samadi, Masoumeh

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Effects of Phonological Awareness Training on Visual and Audio Memory of Students with Spelling Difficulties

Zohdi, Mohita

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The Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Life Quality in the Students of Midwifery and Nursing Faculty of Qaen

Raeioon, Mohammad Reza

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Comparing the Sensory Learning and Sensory Integration Programs on Reduction of Autistic Symptoms in Autistic Children

Rajabi Nasab, Mona

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Hashemi, Mohammad Reza

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Karimi, Farhad

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Effects of Subliminal Anxious, Happy and Sad Faces on Galvanic Skin Response (GSR)

Predicting Self-efficacy of Teachers by Professional Competence and Achievement Motivation

On the Brain’s Processing of Written Formulaic Sequences: An ERP Perspective

The Study of Major Components of Metacognition in Mathematic Word Problem Solving

Jalali, Mohammad Reza

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Meaningfulness of Religious Language in the Light of Conceptual Metaphorical Use of Image Schema: A Cognitive Semantics Approach

Taheri, Javad

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Metaphor Illusion: How Not to Be Stranded in the Wrong Analysis of Language and the Misconception of the Meaning Metaphorically

Abdi Ghavidel, Hadi

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Effects of problem solving and anger control training on instructional methods and mental health of preschool teachers

Shokoohi Yekta, Mohsen

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Mahmoodi, Ali

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Introduction of Thermo Organic, Based on Systematic Epistemology

Where Are You from? It Determines How You Make Decision

Effect of Smart Board on Reasoning, Problem Solving and Group Learning Can We Predict Effect of Neurofeedback Training for ADHD Children? Entrepreneurial Cognition: A Sense Making Approach

The Relationship between Marriage Satisfaction in Married Teachers in Paveh City with Study Achievement and Self-Regulation Learning of Their Children

Khani Kerdabadi, Mojtaba

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Asadollahpour Kargar, Amin

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Dastourian, Banafsheh

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Nadery, Sara

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Haghshenas, Roohollah

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The Effect of Word Length and Font Type on Eye Movement While Reading Familiar and Unfamiliar Passages

Nouri, Zohreh

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Specific Training Using PAARYAD Package to Improve Sensory Motor Integration in ADHD: A Case Report

Noori, Sana

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Descriptive Writing of the Schizophrenics in Comparison with Normal Individuals: The Analysis of Conjunctive Cohesive Devices

Khalili, Roya

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Inhibitory Control Is Altered in Children with ADHD: An Event-Related Potential (ERP) Investigation

Azarang, Sahar

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Research of Cognitive Processing of Cartographic Visualizations with Original Web Tool MuTeP

Šašinka, Čeněk

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Cognitive Science of Religion: An Epistemological View

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Descriptive Speech in Schizophrenia: An Analysis of the Effect of gender on Structural Cohesive Devices in Schizophrenic Patients Compared to Normal Individuals

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Cognitive Science of Free Will: From Compatibilism to Buddhism

Sohrabi, Ahmad

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Processing of Non-Canonical Linguistic Constructions in Hearing Impaired Children

Teymouri, Robab

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Effect of Neurofeedback in Cognitive Training with Integrated Visual Auditory Continuous Performance Test

Ofoghi, Zahra

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The Relationship between Cognitive Intelligence with Math Anxiety Components in Secondary School Students

Taghypourkaran, Hassan

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The Role of Drawing Inferences in EFL Learners’ Reading Comprehension and Recall of Short Stories

Smadi, Fatemeh

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The Relationship between Metacognitive Components and Dysfunctional Attitudes in Opium Addicts

Doostian, Yoones

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Shirvani Jouzdani, Ali

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The Comparison of Dysfunctional Attitudes and Coping Responses in Drug Addicts and Healthy People

Aazami, Yoosef

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Differentiation of Emotional Syndromes Based on Verbal/Imaginal Mental Processing

Elhamiasl, Mina

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Foundation of Bilingualism: The Effects of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) in Education

Toranj, Somaye

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Whitesmoke TM is a good tool for automated essay scoring?

Effect of Human Computer Interaction on Iowa Gambling Task Performance

Toranj, Somaye

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Impact of English Proficiency Level on Performance in Computerized English Version of D-KEFS Color-Word Interference Test

Ghawami, Heshmat A.

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Teaching Conversational Skills and Impact on the Development of Theory of Mind to Children with Autism

Beiranvand, Ziba

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Comparison of Reading Comprehension in Students with Hearing Impairment in Special and Mainstreamed Schools

Mohammadi, Nadjmeh

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Exploring the Effect of Danger Ideation Reduction Therapy (DIRT) and Attention Reinforcement Techniques on the Attention of Patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Babaei, Mahnaz

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Comparison of Executive Functions in Students with and without Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder

Mosavi, Tayebeh

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Intra CA1 Microinjection of Naloxone Improves Learning and Memory Deficits Induced by Cholesterol in Male Adult Rats

Parsa, Hoda

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Comprehension of Concrete and Abstract Nouns: A Cognitive Approach

Ameri, Hayat

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Moradi, Mehdi

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An Assessment of the Impact of Entrepreneurship Education on Entrepreneurial Cognition Development among the Students of Technical and Vocational Education (TVE)

Asghar, Muhammad

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Eye Movements (Fixation, Mutation, Regression) during Reading Familiar and Unfamiliar Contents when Read Aloud and Compare with Reading Silent

Nouri, Zohreh

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Afzali-behbahani, Foozhan

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Rahimian, Mahdi

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Effects of a Subchronic Course of Treatment with a Benzodiazepine Drug on Memory Status in Y-maze Task in Wistar rat

Mombeini, Tajmah

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The impact of Number of Syllables on Phonological Awareness: Evidence from Persian Preschool Children

Danaye Tous, Maryam

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Effectiveness of Educational Cognitive - Behavioral Anxiety and Social Adjustment of High School Students in the City of Chalus

Samdaliri, Afsaneh

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Building Humor Ontology Using www.uncyclopedia.co

Understanding Inference as a Source of Knowledge: A Cross-Cultural Study Frequency and Vocabulary Acquisition in a Cognitive System

Clinical Assessment of Persian-Speaking Children with Language Impairment in Iran Reacting to Learners’ Cognitive Behavior in English Language Classes

Levelt Theory of Lexical Access: Evidence from a Fluent Aphasic Patient

Neurocognitive Dysfunction in Adults with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

The Effect of Serotonergic System of Accumbense Shell Arena upon Amnesia Induced by ACPA

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Morady Moghaddam, Mostafa

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Ghoreishi, Zahrasadat

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Saremi, Ali

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Keramati Nojedehsadat, Marzieh

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The Impacts of Watching Animated Flash Stories with English Subtitle and without subtitle on Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition of Elementary Iranian EFL Learners

Mousavi, Fatemeh

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Mohammadzadeh, Azar

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Naming of Super-ordinate Category in School-aged Persian Speaking children with Specific Language Impairment

Mohammadi, Mehri

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Working Memory in Dyslexic Persian Children

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Saleh, Monir

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Review of Theory of Mind (Intentionality) Studies Using the “Moving Shape Paradigm” in Iran

The Impact of Neuroscience and Cognition on Understanding and the Process of Creativity

Pouriliyaei, Sadaf

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Momenian, Mohammad

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Evaluation of Iranian Emblems Hand Gestures) in Native Adults

Age of Acquisition and Second Language Mental Lexicon Representation

Grammatical Deficits in Persian and English-Speaking Autistic Children: Similarities and Differences Investigation of Magno, Parvo and Konio-Cellular Pathways Functioning in Children with Dyslexia

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Pouretemad, Hamid R.

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Ghassemi, Farnaz

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Tense and Agreement in Autistic Children’s Speech in Minimalist Program

Zare, Ameneh

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An Experimental Time-Based Prospective Memory Task in Current Tramadol Abusers

Azad, Morad

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An ERP Study of Moral Judgment

Melodic Intonation Therapy in the Persian Aphasia

A Cognitive Model for Self-Management System in IT Environment

The Effect of Social Skills Training on Perceived Competence of Female Adolescents Who Are Deaf Influence of GABAergic System of CA1 on ACPA- Induced Conditioned Place Preference

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How Are the Metaphorical Items in the Movies Absorbed by Educated People in Comparison to Nonmetaphorical Ones?

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Soleimani, Hanieh

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The Engineering and Humanities University Students’ Critical Thinking Skills in Iranian EFL Context Minoo Alemi*, Roya Pashmforoosh

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Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

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The ability to think critically and to arrive at a sound judgment is an integral part of any higher education program. As evidenced by studies (Kuhn, 2005; Williams, Oliver, Stockdale, 2004; Williams, Worth, 2001), without a commitment to critical thinking, there would be little progress or reform. Regarding a multidirectional view of education, the consistently valued learning outcome is the ability to possess higher-order intellectual skills to gain control over the environment. English education, like any other forms of education, requires critical thinking skills to equip students with the ability to analyze and evaluate the new English teaching materials. While other studies have predominantly focused on critical thinking ability in education, the ways in which academic disciplines shape university students’ critical thinking skills has gone unnoticed. This study is aimed to direct the trend of research toward investigating the effect of Iranian university students’ demographic profiles (i.e., major and gender) on their critical thinking skills, composed of inference, recognition, deduction, interpretation, and evaluation. It is significant to bridge the gap that so often deters curriculum designers and instructors from fostering rigorous thinking conventions within students’ academic disciplines at the university level.

in their daily life. In fact, they benefit from utilizing mathematics in simple daily tasks as well as complex ones. These analytical students possess flexible thinking abilities, a set of skills and perceptions to overcome encountered difficulties. They possess degree of mathematical thinking power, the knowhow, and the application of scientific methods emphasized in an engineering education. However, the reverse trend appears to be true for those majoring in humanities and social sciences since they are skeptical of causal explanations and mindful of faulty assumptions. Students in humanities are reluctant to use numbers and statistics and do not easily accept them as correct. They actively look for bias that motivates much reasoning and contaminate many arguments. More specifically, the performance of undergraduates in humanities on measures of critical thinking are attributed to their college experiences in looking beyond widely accepted truths and questioning statements. However, students build their knowledge quite similarly in terms of their interpretive and evaluative skills outside their area of expertise. These complex and widely variant issues across disciplines are important enough to merit general recognition, despite the fact that curriculum designers and instructors are often ignorant of them. With regard to students’ gender, males and females showed non-significant differences in the five aspects of critical thinking.

Methods

To this end, Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal (1980) was administered to 174 engineering and humanities undergraduates.

Results

he composite score for the five subsections indicated is a great advantage for engineering students specifically for inference, recognition, and deduction. The results of this study suggest that the two groups differed in terms of their formulation of hypotheses and extension of arguments. Based on the findings, it appears that students who possess mathematical thinking skills have the ability to comprehend and interpret large quantities of data

Conclusion

In fact, there is a need to invite critical inquiry and interpretation among engineering professionals. However, those who argue in favor of humanities require more support in terms of the cognitive components and analogic reasoning to formulate hypothesis and build knowledge. The applications of critical thinking skills to the development of individualized decision-making abilities address concern about students’ variations across disciplines. Critical thinking skills need to be taught, however a precursor to fostering critical thinking is the incorporation of a domain-specific curriculum. Therefore, since there are differences among undergraduates in different majors of study, curriculum designers and instructors need to count for such differences when designing courses on critical thinking.

*Corresponding author. E-mail address: [email protected]

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Working Memory, Spiritual Intelligence and Academic Achievement in Monolingual and Bilingual Female Students Zeinab Zahmatkesh*

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Educational Organization, Bojnourd, Iran

Results

This paper investigates the interrelationships between working memory, Spiritual intelligence and academic achievement in monolingual (ml) and bilingual (bl) female students. Both working memory capacity and Spiritual intelligence have been found to independently affect the performance on school-type tasks, but their effects in interaction have not been considered.

Methods

Conclusion

BLs had a significantly better performance in all variables than ML peers. In this case, bilingualism does not appear to have negative consequences for the development of academic performance and Spiritual intelligence. Consequently BLs have more flexibility in language implementation. This study may contribute to a better understanding of the spiritual intelligence profile in bilingual and monolingual student. This study has the potential to be extended to some programs for improving student s’ spiritual development and working memory as well as improving the quality of their academic achievement.

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Monolingual (ML) and Bilingual (BL) groups were selected from the whole population by using multistage sampling. The students were assessed on working memory and spiritual intelligence using the Psycho-matrix Spirituality Inventory, a 4-point scaled, self-reported, 49-item questionnaire which covers seven spiritual factors (divinity, mindfulness, extrasensory perception, community, intellectuality, trauma, and childhood spirituality). Three high school courses (physic, English, and Mathematic) were also used to assess academic achievement. These tests were administered to 400 (200 ML and 200 BL) high school female native Persian students.

There was a significant relationship among WM, Spiritual intelligence and academic achievement in both groups. But WM was the best predictor for academic achievement. Moreover, the highest significant relationship did exist between WM and Spiritual intelligence in BL group. Indirect path coefficient between WM and academic achievement in MLs was also statistically significant. Furthermore, comparative analyses of models using invariant method demonstrated that BL yielded significantly higher scores than did ML group.

*Corresponding author. E-mail address: [email protected]

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Cognitive Dysfunction, Need for Cognition and Self-Efficacy in Episodic Prospective Memory Azizuddin Khan*

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Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India

Results revealed that there was a significant main effect of cognitive failure, need for cognition and general self- efficacy. However, none of the interaction was significant except between cognitive failure and general self-efficacy on habitual prospective memory. There was also a significant and positive correlation between errors in episodic prospective memory and cognitive failure and significant negative correlation with general self efficacy. Apart from that, there was positive and significant relationship between cognitive failure and errors in habitual prospective memory, and significant negative correlation between errors in habitual prospective memory and need for cognition and general self-efficacy. Further, errors in internally cued prospective memory were significantly and positively correlated with cognitive failure and negatively related to need for cognition and general self-efficacy. Moreover, the frequency of using various prospective memory aiding strategies was significantly correlated with cognitive failure.

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Memory is a very complex, dynamic and multidimensional construct. One of the characteristics of human beings is that most of the behaviors are future oriented. Many of our action are goal directed .The realization of future goals is as important as recalling past information. Prospective memory is memory for action to be performed in the future like remembering to return the library books on due date, taking medicine on time. Meacham and Leiman (1975) made a distinction between episodic and habitual intentions. Episodic intentions are performed irregularly and infrequently, for example, going to receive somebody at airport. On the other hand, habitual intentions are those that are performed on a regular basis, such as brushing one’s teeth every morning. Episodic intentions have been further categorized into single and repeated intentions (Kvavilashvili, 1992b). Despite the recent increasing interests on prospective memory, it is still not clear how cognitive failure, self-efficacy and need for cognition influence episodic prospective memory. The present study was an attempt to understand role of cognitive failure, need for cognition and general self-efficacy on episodic prospective memory.

Results

Methods

Two hundred and fifty two subjects (152 Female and 100 Male) participated in this study. The mean age of the subjects was M=33.28±11.84 with age range of 18 to 75 years of age. Cognitive Failure Questionnaire, need for Cognition Scale and General Self-Efficacy Scale and Prospective Memory Questionnaire were administered to the participants. Multivariate Analysis and regression analysis were conducted.

Conclusion

As these findings indicate, there was a significant linear relationship between the criterion variable and the entire set of predictor variables. Thus, about 28% of the variance of the episodic prospective memory in the sample can be accounted for by cognitive failure, need for cognition and general self-efficacy.

*Corresponding author. E-mail address: [email protected]

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The Efficacy of Meta-cognitive Training and its Application in the Mutual Interactions of Parents with Children Suffering from the Oppositional Defiant Disorder on the Reduction of the Symptoms of the Oppositional Defiant of These Children 1. Isfahan University, Isfahan, Iran 2. Allame Tabatabie University, Tehran, Iran

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Moslem Asli Azad*1, Tahereh Farhadi1, Mozhgan Arefi1, Abolfazl Hatami2

There are many children with a severity of problems that require the need of treatment. Though 80% of these cases don’t receive suitable interferences, behavioral disorders lead to the deficiency at school, education, family, and may finally lead to educational fall down, firing from school, criminal behaviors, and it may be the cause of many unpleasant consequences. One of the most prevalent behavioral disorders of children at the primary school level is the Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD). This disorder is one of the classified behavioral disorders for the treatment of which various methods are applied. The present research aims to study the efficacy of the meta-cognitive training and its application in mutual interactions to the parents of children afflicted with ODD and the reduction of the oppositional defiant symptoms in these children.

Results

The results of the present study showed that the meta-cognitive educational interventions and its application in the mutual interaction with the parents of the kids afflicted with the ODD on the reductions of the Oppositional Defiant symptoms and distractions in children in the post testing stage p