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ebadi Z, asadi M, mashaloor M, mousavi S, zarbakhsh M R. Comparing Meta-Cognition in Students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Visual Impairment and Children with Typical Development. Exceptional Education. 2018; 7 (150)
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Studies have shown that blind people perform better in certain hearing, touch, and chemical tasks. However, few studies in the similar study evaluated blind and visually impaired children as compared to ADHD children in various cognitive sensory states. This research was conducted to compare the meta-cognition of ADHD children, the blind and normal children of Ahwaz city. In this research, the causal-comparative method has been used. The statistical population of the study includes all children of Ahvaz in 2017, who was selected through a target and random sampling method as a statistical sample. The sample group includes 60 children (30 were normal and 15 were blind and 15 were ADHD). Research was carried out by referring to the medical centers, the exceptional children's school in Ahvaz, as well as the welfare of the city. In this study, we used children's meta-cognition questionnaire MCQ to measure and compare the variables. To analyze the data, Spss23 computer software was used. Descriptive findings including frequency, mean, standard deviation, and univariate analysis of variance have been studied. Findings showed that there was significant difference between meta-cognition among three groups. Meanwhile, the meta-cognition level of blind children as well as over-active children was not similar to that of normal children. In general, the effect of meta-cognition in perceiving an individual from his abilities with the continuation of psychopathology cannot be ignored. Therefore, efforts should be made to maximize the function of meta-cognition and its dimensions in advancing educational goals, mental health, and psychopathology of ordinary and special children
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: يادگيري
Received: 2017/Dec/Wed | Revised: 2018/Oct/Mon | Accepted: 2018/May/Sat | Published: 2018/Aug/Mon | ePublished: 2018/Aug/Mon

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