Depression, Murder, Praise, and Intelligence
Carol S. Dweck reflects on her most underappreciated work: her studies on depression, murder, praise, and intelligence. Dweck and colleagues investigated the relation between people's implicit theories and depression, how people judge whether a defendant accused of murder is guilty or innocent, and the effects of praise for intelligence and praise for process on children's motivation and performance.
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