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- How does high school extracurricular participation predict bachelor’s degree attainment? It is complicated
- Language as thought: Using natural language processing to model noncognitive traits that predict college success
- A national experiment reveals where a growth mindset improves achievement
- Impact of a growth mindset intervention on key predictors of academic success in a nationally representative sample
- Language as thought: Using natural language processing to investigate mindsets, learning environments, and college success
- Using psychological science to help children thrive
- A brief behavioral measure of frustration tolerance predicts academic achievement immediately and two years later
- A big biodata approach to mindsets, learning environments, and college success
- Advanced, analytic, automated (AAA): Measurement of engagement during learning
- Student Experience Research Network’s portfolio of research on mindsets and the learning environment
- Mindset programs that forecast common challenges prior to the transition of college can reduce achievement gaps
- When students zone out, zero in on their desire to “matter” in life
- Current frontiers of non-cognitive measurement: Insights for policy and practice
- How do Learning Environments Shape Student Mindsets?
- Press release: Results from the National Study of Learning Mindsets
- Lessons from the first round of the Mindsets & the Learning Environment Initiative
- The 2020 Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings
- The 2019 Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings
- AERA: Measuring Persistence and Self-Control Through Tasks, Not Tests
- A Small Fix in Mind-Set Can Keep Students in School
- Preparing Students for College Challenges Reduces Inequality
- Should Grit Be Taught and Tested in School?
- Scholars: Better Gauges Needed for 'Mindset,' 'Grit'
- Don't Grade Schools on Grit
- Testing for Joy and Grit? Schools Nationwide Push to Measure Students' Emotional Skills
- A Key Researcher Says 'Grit' Isn't Ready For High-Stakes Measures