Learners benefit less from beliefs in personal growth in environments with low upward mobility

Learners benefit less from beliefs in personal growth in environments with low upward mobility

That’s according to a new article in the in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), in which our lab’s researchers found that stunted upward mobility in a learning environment incurs costs to individuals’ active learning and development by reducing the potency of adaptive beliefs both in existing educational systems and lab-constructed environments. Read more here!