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Do emotions and prior performance facilitate the use of the learner-generated drawing strategy? Effects of enjoyment, anxiety, and intramathematical performance on the use of the drawing strategy and modelling performance

Schukajlow, Stanislaw ; Blomberg, Judith ; Rellensmann, Johanna ; Leopold, Claudia

In: Contemporary Educational Psychology, 2021, vol. 65, no. 101967, p. 1-11

The use of self-generated drawings has been found to be a powerful strategy for problem solving. However, many students do not engage in drawing activities. In this study, we investigated the effects of the enjoyment of the drawing strategy, anxiety about the drawing strategy, and prior intramathematical performance on the use of the drawing strategy and modelling performance. We explored the...

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Quelles priorités dans l’accompagnement des personnes polyhandicapées adultes ? : Analyse du contenu des projets personnalisés

Petitpierre, Geneviève ; Gyger, Jacqueline

In: Revue suisse de pédagogie spécialisée, 2013, no. 3, p. 6-14

Désireuses d’en savoir plus sur les priorités d’accompagnement des adolescents et adultes polyhandicapés, nous avons analysé le contenu de leurs projets individualisés (PI) 1. On note une sous-représentation de certaines sphères et un risque de rétrécissement de perspective à l’âge adulte. Plusieurs pistes d’ interprétation sont envisagées et des prolongements sont en cours...

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Odor Perception in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and its Relationship to Food Neophobia

Luisier, Anne-Claude ; Petitpierre, Geneviève ; Ferdenzi, Camille ; Clerc Bérod, Annick ; Giboreau, Agnes ; Rouby, Catherine ; Bensafi, Moustafa

In: Frontiers in Psychology, 2015, p. 6:1830

Atypical sensory functioning in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has been well documented in the last decade for the visual, tactile and auditory systems, but olfaction in ASD is still understudied. The aim of the present study was to examine whether children with ASD and neuro-typically (NT) developed children differed in odor perception, at the cognitive (familiarity and identification...

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Accompagnement alimentaire et neurodiversité

Luisier, Anne-Claude ; Petitpierre, Geneviève ; Delgrande, Stephane

In: Revue suisse de pédagogie spécialisée, 2020, vol. 10, no. 4, p. 17-23

Manger est un acte quotidien, vital, obligatoire. C’est une habitude de vie incontournable pour tout être vivant. Il concerne tout le monde et interroge les valeurs personnelles. S’il suscite parfois des craintes comme celle très répandue de grossir, il est le plus souvent source de plaisir et synonyme de rencontre. Accompagner cet acte demande d’agir sur les motivations...

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Designing a Training Programme to Promote the Exercise of Self-Determination and Civic Engagement in Individuals Having an Intellectual Disability : Feedback on Collaborative Research

Fontana-Lana, Barbara ; Petitpierre, Geneviève

In: Creative Education, 2017, vol. 8, no. 6, p. 975-992

Individual self-determination and civic engagement are key resources in the life of every individual. All the more so in the case of individuals with an intellectual disability (ID), who are frequently prevented, voluntarily or passively (for example through the failure to promote favourable conditions for learning), from implementing the resources that are required for acquiring and...

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Eating behavior in autism : senses as a window towards food acceptance

Petitpierre, Geneviève ; Luisier, Anne-Claude ; Bensafi, Moustafa

In: Current Opinion in Food Science, 2021, vol. 41, p. 210-216

Atypical eating behaviors are common in autism. This article sheds light on the role of sensory processing on food acceptance and selectivity in autism. The role of the senses in eating behavior is described, suggesting that changes in liking to food sensory stimuli in autism occur and are linked to food neophobia. Interventions addressing sensory processes to improve eating behavior through...

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Fathers of children with autism spectrum disorder : Their perceptions of paternal role a predictor of caregiving satisfaction, self-efficacy and burden

Rudelli, Nicola ; Straccia, Claudio ; Petitpierre, Geneviève

In: Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 2021, vol. 83, p. 101744

Background: The positive effect of a father’s involvement in children’s upbringing is now recognised. However, research on fathers raising children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are still few. This study examines the relationship between the perception, fathers of children with ASD have of the importance of their role in the development of their children and the feelings...