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(p. 219) Success and Achievement: Factors that Contribute to Positive Outcomes 

(p. 219) Success and Achievement: Factors that Contribute to Positive Outcomes
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(p. 219) Success and Achievement: Factors that Contribute to Positive Outcomes
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Erica Frydenberg

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10.1093/med:psych/9780198508144.003.0011
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date: 21 October 2019

Chapter 11 discusses factors that contribute to positive outcomes, and focuses on the impact of childhood on adult success and achievement. It explores temperament, emotional intelligence, the concept of ‘flow’, mindset, stress and coping, risk and resilience, resource theory, and optimism.

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