Exploring the presence of Matthew effects
in learning disabilities.
Which groups of children are likely to experience the hypothesized Matthew effect in reading?
As detailed below, previous investigations of the Matthew effect have yielded inconsistent findings.
In light of this finding and the preceding discussion on the Matthew Effect
, one implication for practitioners in classroom settings may be to provide storybook experiences to groups of children with similar vocabulary sizes.
Characteristics and impact of the Matthew effect
The results suggest that indeed the Matthew effect as described by Stanovich (1986) was apparent by the time these children were in grade one.
Our second research question aimed to explore the possible Matthew effects in grade one.
Matthew 25:14-30, and of Merton's Matthew effect
Group heterogeneity and performance in graduate-level educational research courses: The role of aptitude by treatment interactions and Matthew effects
All manufacturers suffered tremendous pressure; competition pattern presents Matthew effect
In the market, the more intense the competition is, the more obvious will be the Matthew effect
in reading: Some consequences of individual differences in the acquisition of literacy.