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curiosity may be a more important trait to foster in children than self-control
2018/05/09 02:15
New research published in the journal Pediatric Research in April suggests there may be one simple trait that can help kids learn and succeed in school, regardless of their socioeconomic background.
2018/05/09 02:15
kids whose parents rated their children's behavior as most curious did the best in school, regardless of socioeconomic status
2018/05/09 02:15
The kids' reading and math scores were consistently better the more curious they were.
2018/05/09 02:16
Even if a child manifests low effortful control, higher curiosity may be associated with more optimal academic achievement,
2018/05/09 02:16