Growth mindset as a personal preference predicts teachers’ favorable evaluation of positive education as an imported practice when institutional and normative support for it are both strong or both weak

Vincci CHAN, Chi-yue CHIU, Sau-lai LEE, Tuen Yung Iris LEUNG, Yuk-yue TONG

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