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Research


Florida Atlantic University Study

A recent study conducted by the Department of Exceptional Student Education at Florida Atlantic University found that children ages 2-4 years old showed a significant increase in self-regulation skills when the Time Timer® was used to facilitate their activity.

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Special Needs

"Using a Time Timer to increase appropriate waiting behavior in a child with developmental disabilities"
- by I.Grey, O.Healy, G.Leader, D.Hayes. Trinity College; National University of Ireland Galway

"Time, Value & Anxiety"
- by D.Gilbride (MRC/LPC)

"The Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for Effective Differentiated Instruction, Edition 5"
- by M. Mastropieri and T.E. Scruggs


Business

"Time Timer as a Toyota Manufacturing Productivity Tool"
- University of Dayton School of Business Administration


Are you researching time-based behaviors?

If so, please contact us to learn how Time Timer might be able to be a part of your study.