Specific praise may help children succeed later in life

02/12/2013 | HealthDay News

Children who were complimented for their actions more than their characteristics were more likely to have positive attitudes toward challenges at ages 7 to 8, according to a study in the journal Child Development. These children were also more capable of coming up with solutions to problems and were more likely to believe that they could improve through hard work, researchers said.

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