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Child development: The right kind of early praise predicts positive attitudes toward effort

Toddlers whose parents praised their efforts more than they praised them as individuals had a more positive approach to challenges five years later. That?s the finding of a new longitudinal study that also found gender differences in the kind of praise that parents offer their children.
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