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    Title: The role of inhibitory control in the ability to solve problems of university students
    Other Titles: El rol del control inhibitorio en la habilidad para resolver problemas de estudiantes universitarios
    Authors: Ramos-Galarza, Carlos
    Acosta-Rodas, Pamela
    Ortiz-Granja, Dorys
    Lepe-Martínez, Nancy
    Valle, Milenko
    Ramos, Valentina
    Bolaños-Pasquel, Mónica
    Issue Date: 2020
    Publisher: Revista Ecuatoriana de Neurologia. Volume 29, Issue 1, Pages 47 - 52
    Abstract: The aim of the present study was to analyze the role of inhibitory control in the ability to solve problems of university students. The sample consisted of 90 young people with typical development (Mage= 20.58, SD= 1.27), 39 females (43.33%) and 51 males (56.7%). The Stroop and the Anillas' Test tasks were applied as instruments. As results, it was found a directly proportional and predictive relationship between inhibitory control and problem-solving of university students (correlation between: r= .34 and .47, p= <.01; prediction: r2= .14, F(1,88)= 13.88, p= <.01). It concludes by reflecting on the contribution of conscious control to solve problems faced by the university student on a day-to-day basis in an efficient way and invites future research in order to train inhibitory control. © 2020 Fundacion para la difusion neurologica en Ecuador - FUNDINE. All rights reserved.
    URI: http://revecuatneurol.com/magazine_issue_article/role-inhibitory-control-ability-solve-problems-university-rol-control-inhibitorio-habilidad-resolver-problemas-estudiantes-universitarios/
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