Seeing the benefits of failure shapes kids’ beliefs about intelligence

Posted by on April 28, 2016 5:21 pm
Categories: Science

Parents’ beliefs about whether failure is a good or a bad thing guide how their children think about their own intelligence, according to new research. The research indicates that it’s parents’ responses to failure, and not their beliefs about intelligence, that are ultimately absorbed by their kids.

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