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Comparing the Reliability and Predictive Power of Child, Teacher, and Guardian Reports of Noncognitive Skills

Shuaizhang Feng, Yujie Han (), James Heckman and Tim Kautz

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Abstract: Recent evidence has shown that noncognitive or socioemotional skills (e.g., persistence and self-control) are predictive of success in life and can be shaped through interventions.

Keywords: noncognitive skills; child; teacher; reliability; predictive power; education (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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