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!

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

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