A/Prof Steven J. Howard
A/Prof Steven J. Howard
Associate Professor, Early Start & School of Education, University of Wollongong
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Self-regulation in childhood as a predictor of future outcomes: A meta-analytic review.
DA Robson, MS Allen, SJ Howard
Psychological bulletin 146 (4), 324, 2020
An early years toolbox for assessing early executive function, language, self-regulation, and social development: Validity, reliability, and preliminary norms
SJ Howard, E Melhuish
Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment 35 (3), 255-275, 2017
A comparison of Chinese and Australian university students' attitudes towards plagiarism
J Ehrich, SJ Howard, C Mu, S Bokosmaty
Studies in Higher Education 41 (2), 231-246, 2016
Adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines for the early years and associations with social-cognitive development among Australian preschool children
DP Cliff, J McNeill, SA Vella, SJ Howard, R Santos, M Batterham, ...
BMC public health 17 (5), 207-215, 2017
Clarifying inhibitory control: Diversity and development of attentional inhibition
SJ Howard, J Johnson, J Pascual-Leone
Cognitive Development 31, 1-21, 2014
Giving learning a helping hand: Finger tracing of temperature graphs on an iPad
S Agostinho, S Tindall-Ford, P Ginns, SJ Howard, W Leahy, F Paas
Educational Psychology Review 27 (3), 427-443, 2015
Cognitive load theory and human movement: Towards an integrated model of working memory
S Sepp, SJ Howard, S Tindall-Ford, S Agostinho, F Paas
Educational Psychology Review 31 (2), 293-317, 2019
Associations of physical activity and gross motor skills with executive function in preschool children from low‐income South African settings
CJ Cook, SJ Howard, G Scerif, R Twine, K Kahn, SA Norris, CE Draper
Developmental science 22 (5), e12820, 2019
Evaluation of a differentiation model of preschoolers’ executive functions
SJ Howard, AD Okely, YG Ellis
Frontiers in psychology 6, 285, 2015
An investigation of teachers' awareness and willingness to engage with a self-directed professional development package on gifted and talented education.
KT Fraser-Seeto, SJ Howard, S Woodcock
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 40 (1), 1-14, 2015
Longitudinal associations of electronic application use and media program viewing with cognitive and psychosocial development in preschoolers
J McNeill, SJ Howard, SA Vella, DP Cliff
Academic pediatrics 19 (5), 520-528, 2019
Early childhood media exposure and self-regulation: Bidirectional longitudinal associations
DP Cliff, SJ Howard, JS Radesky, J McNeill, SA Vella
Academic pediatrics 18 (7), 813-819, 2018
Australian alcohol policy 2001–2013 and implications for public health
SJ Howard, R Gordon, SC Jones
BMC Public Health 14 (1), 1-13, 2014
Physical activity and modified organized sport among preschool children: Associations with cognitive and psychosocial health
J McNeill, SJ Howard, SA Vella, R Santos, DP Cliff
Mental Health and Physical Activity 15, 45-52, 2018
Children’s sports participation and self-regulation: Bi-directional longitudinal associations
SJ Howard, SA Vella, DP Cliff
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 42, 140-147, 2018
Early self-regulation, early self-regulatory change, and their longitudinal relations to adolescents' academic, health, and mental well-being outcomes
SJ Howard, KE Williams
Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 39 (6), 489-496, 2018
Enhancing preschoolers’ executive functions through embedding cognitive activities in shared book reading
SJ Howard, T Powell, E Vasseleu, S Johnstone, E Melhuish
Educational Psychology Review 29 (1), 153-174, 2017
Acute effects of reducing sitting time in adolescents: a randomized cross-over study
A Penning, AD Okely, SG Trost, J Salmon, DP Cliff, M Batterham, ...
BMC Public Health 17 (1), 1-11, 2017
Increasing physical activity among young children from disadvantaged communities: study protocol of a group randomised controlled effectiveness trial
RM Stanley, RA Jones, DP Cliff, SG Trost, D Berthelsen, J Salmon, ...
BMC Public Health 16 (1), 1-13, 2016
Catching fish and avoiding sharks: Investigating factors that influence developmentally appropriate measurement of preschoolers’ inhibitory control
SJ Howard, AD Okely
Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment 33 (6), 585-596, 2015
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