Self-inflation harms kids’ relationships at school

12 noviembre 2014

‘I am the smartest kid in class.’ We all want our kids to be self-confident, but unrealistic perceptions of their academic abilities can be harmful. These unrealistic views, a new study of eighth-graders finds, damage the a child’s relationship with others in the classroom: The more one student feels unrealistically superior to another, the less the two students like each other.
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