The Learning Lead - Volume 4, 2020 - Nutrition and Executive Functions in Children
The ability to coordinate one’s thoughts, feelings, and actions depends on the development of a specific set of cognitive processes responsible for cognitive control and purposeful and goal-directed behavior called executive functions (EFs).1 As such, EFs are considered important building blocks for learning and creativity in children.1,2
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