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The predictive power of non-cognitive skills appears to rival that of cognitive skills ...

„Non-cognitive skills such as patience, self-control and conscientiousness, and preference parameters such as attitudes towards risk have been shown to be highly predictive of outcomes ranging from educational attainment, occupational and financial success to criminal activity and health outcomes. […] In fact, the predictive power of non-cognitive skills appears to rival that of cognitive skills.“

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Sule Alan u. a., „Ever Failed, Try Again, Succeed Better“ (2016), S. 2