Inhibitory Control

Updated: 8/30/2019
Inhibitory Control
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Executive Function Example

Executive Functioning Skills

By Meghan Kyne

Executive Function is a set of three cognitive processes - Working Memory, Inhibitory Control, and Cognitive Flexibility - that work together to allow us to plan, focus, and multitask for the successful completion of day-to-day tasks.

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Storyboard Description

Inhibitory Control: Executive Function examples and activities for your classroom.

Storyboard Text

  • Inhibitory control is the ability to control attention, behavior, thoughts, and emotions, instead of acting on impulse or desire.
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