jueves, 17 de marzo de 2016

Conscientiousness Is the Most Powerful Noncognitive Predictor of School Achievement in Adolescents

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We conclude that – in addition to intelligence as powerful cognitive predictor – conscientiousness is the crucial noncognitive predictor for school achievement and should be focused on when supporting students in improving their performance.

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