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March 2017: Paper published in Journal of Child and Family Studies

Our 2017 JCFS paper shows that parent-child dyadic persistence predicts children’s higher levels of mastery motivation in preschool. It also shows that children who persist at an impossible task, even after failing, show higher levels of concurrent self-regulation and higher levels of later mastery motivation. See the full paper here