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25 January 2011

Self-control in children leads to successful adults

Children with the most self-control at three years old become the healthiest, wealthiest and most successful adults, new research finds.

Children with the most self-control at three years old become the healthiest, wealthiest and most successful adults, new research finds.

Children with high IQs raised in socio-economically advantaged families tended to have greater self-control, according to the study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

 
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