Students who view intelligence as malleable do better academically and enjoy school more

Research showed students who view intelligence as malleable have a higher grade point average, greater academic performance and enjoyed the academic process more. This intervention also led to a decrease in stereotypes.


Published by the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology

Research by Joshua Aronson, Carrie B. Fried, Catherine Good

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