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Implicit Theories of Intelligence and Self-Perceptions of Academically Talented Adolescents and Children. (English)
J. Youth Adolesc. 25, No. 2, 137-48 (1996).
Beliefs of 153 academically talented students in grades 3 through 11 about the stability of intelligence paralleled a normal distribution. About half had easily modified views, and 9\% were at risk of underachievement based on self-perceptions of low ability and the belief that intelligence is stable. (ERIC)
Classification: C20
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