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Improving noncognitive skills through Early Childhood Intervention programs ...

„The main mechanism through which ECI (Anm.: ECI = Early Childhood Intervention) programs achieve results is by improving what economists call noncognitive skills. These skills comprise attitudes and behaviors that make people succeed in social interactions in both school and the workplace, such as motivation, patience, perseverance, self-control, and the capacity to evaluate the consequences of today’s action on future outcomes. Several studies show that such skills are crucial for success in life, more so than cognitive skills measured by IQ tests.“
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Matthias Doepke u. a., „Love, Money and Parenting“ (2019), S. 155