Chinese students’ implicit theories of intelligence and school performan Implications for their approach to schoolwork

Publication year: 2012 Source: Personality and Individual Differences, Available online 16 February 2012 Qian Wang, Florrie Fei-Yin Ng This research examined among Chinese students (1) the distinction between implicit theories (i.e., beliefs about the changeability) of intelligence and school performance, and (2) the unique role of each theory in predicting approach to schoolwork in terms of helplessness. Two studies each spanning six months were conducted.

Publication year: 2012 Source: Personality and Individual Differences, Available online 16 February 2012 Qian Wang, Florrie Fei-Yin Ng This research examined among Chinese students (1) the distinction between implicit theories (i.e., beliefs about the changeability) of intelligence and school performance, and (2) the unique role of each theory in predicting approach to schoolwork in terms of helplessness. Two studies each spanning six months were conducted.

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Chinese students’ implicit theories of intelligence and school performan Implications for their approach to schoolwork