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The aims of this research were to develop the enhancement of attention based on NLP program for primary school student, and to test the effectiveness of the enhancement of attention based on NLP program for primary school students. The sample consisted of 52 elementary student grade 4th-6th at BANPLAIKHLONG 20 School, Chachoengsao province. The sample was selected by PANT use reaction time max 52 persons. The sample was randomly assigned into two groups: experimental and control group, each group consisted of 26 students. The research instruments were; 1) The enhancement of attention based on NLP program for primary school students, which was developed by the researcher, 2) PEBL Attention Network Test (PANT) 3) The Wisconsin card sorting (WCST-64). The experimental group received the attention enhance program with NLP for primary students. The experiment lasted for 4 sessions, one session in each week. Each session lasted for 50 minutes. The control group joined the regular school’s activities. The assessments were done in 3 phases: pre-test, post-test and follow-up. The data were analyzed by a repeated measures analysis of variance and paired-different test by Bonferroni method.
The results revealed that; 1) there was the interaction between the experimental methodology and the duration of the experiment were found statistically significant at .05 level. 2) The experimental group had the mean score of atttention higher than those in the control group in the post-test and follow-up with statistically significant at .05 level. 3) The experimental group had the mean score of attention in the post-test and follow-up higher than the pre-test with statistically significant at .05 level. It was concluded that the attention enhancement program with NLP had the effect on enhancing attention among primary students.
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