Disadvantaged children's struggles at school have "little to do" with character, attitude, or a lack of 'growth minset'
Developing social and emotional skills are hugely valuable for children, but is it the magic bullet for tackling the socioeconomic achievement gap? Read what the researchers have to say.
Want to achieve your goals? Get angry!
How can this powerful emotion help you reach challenging goals? This article unveils how the negative emotion - anger - will result in positive outcomes.
Changing feelings can boost creativity for conventional thinkers
Can we train conventional thinking employees to think more creatively? Can negative emotions be used as opportunities to practice flexible thinking?
Do you have a "winning mindset"?
The socially dominant don’t always win. There is a ”winning mindset” which can overcome rank—but it doesn’t happen naturally.
More economic worries mean less caution about COVID-19
Scarcity mindset can play a role in how well people are able to focus on responding to the pandemic - workers experiencing job and financial insecurity are less likely to follow the CDC’s guidelines for COVID-19.
In times of COVID-19 the way to resilience is to live in the moment - but plan ahead
People who manage to balance living in the moment with planning for the future are best able to weather stress without succumbing to negative moods.
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