A very thought-provoking article...it would be interesting to take this framework and apply it to adult motivation and achievement. Does professional success and financial stability come about from hard work, or is success predisposed and should people be rewarded for effort (e.g. rewarded with entitlements)? What mind-set are we reinforcing, and/or how might a child's experiences with motivation in school follow them through life?
It is disheartening to hear that so many studies fail to replicate, but encouraging that the discussion on replication continues to be advanced and encouraged. It is not a matter of pointing fingers, but is a matter of working to make our science the best it can possibly be. Time to regroup and reevaluate:
A spin on introvert/extrovert qualities within the business world. As with many personality characteristics, it is far too simplistic to boil someone's personality down to being purely introverted or extroverted, but practical implications are fun to consider. Big takeaway: listening is quite a valuable, and underutilized quality:
Interesting insight on potential introvert/extrovert preferences for vacations. Rationally I suppose it makes sense. Would be a fun and interesting study to run. I enjoy visiting cities and beaches, but I'll take the mountains any day:
This was absolutely hilarious. Language was a bit off-putting, but blunt commentary too funny:
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