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(The Atlantic)   Infants learn to persevere by watching adults around them. And they can also learn how to fail and eat Cheetos   ( theatlantic.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Leonard, infants, Laura Schulz, hard work, music box, ultimately misleading results, seemingly infinite stream, Donald Trump  
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2017-09-22 05:11:57 AM  
What? Kids tend to follow the examples their parents set for them? And here I thought just screaming at them all the time was the ticket.

Shows what I know.
 
2017-09-22 06:22:39 AM  
Thus explaining the current generation of alt-right.  Republicans, keep those education cuts coming.
 
2017-09-22 08:57:05 AM  
Infants learn to persevere by watching adults around them.

But they learn how to perverse from the street, like normal people.
 
2017-09-22 09:03:45 AM  
Who teaches them to endeavor?

/not obscure
 
2017-09-22 09:33:30 AM  
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2017-09-22 09:46:20 AM  
Can parents make use of these findings to teach their kids to stay the course?

Spoiler alert: no. The evidence that personality traits aren't teachable is strong and well replicated. An interesting result about infants responding to a particular stimulus by behaving differently at just that moment doesn't translate to 'parenting matters'. Parenting still doesn't matter.
 
2017-09-22 10:08:36 AM  

Ned Stark: Can parents make use of these findings to teach their kids to stay the course?

Spoiler alert: no. The evidence that personality traits aren't teachable is strong and well replicated. An interesting result about infants responding to a particular stimulus by behaving differently at just that moment doesn't translate to 'parenting matters'. Parenting still doesn't matter.


It matters a little, but the Carl Jung psychological programming type is going to make the most difference.

Not MBTI BULLshiat

Can't turn an Introverted sensor into an extroverted sensor no matter how many laps they watch you run.
 
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