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Research Position- Palal24

Social Trust is Essential to Delay Gratification Preschoolers are remarkable for knowing when to “flex their muscles” as shown in the famous Marshmallow Study in the 1960’s where preschoolers had to decide whether to eat a marshmallow immediately, or wait … Continue reading

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Reflective- Palal24

  Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. This class has taught me to delve into subject matter being taught, and … Continue reading

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Bibliography- Palal24

Hagan, Susan. “The Marshmallow Study Revisited.” University of Rochester. 11 Oct. 2012. Web. 25 Sept. 2015. Background: This article discusses the methodology and results of Celeste Kidd’s reinvention of the Marshmallow Study. It demonstrates how children were able to make … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Rewrite- Palal24

Control Yourself – Social Trust is Essential to Delay Gratification In the famous Marshmallow Study conducted in the 1960’s, Professor Walter Mitchel of Stanford University discovered that some children had the ability to delay gratification. They waited to eat a … Continue reading

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Causal Rewrite- Palal24

Control Yourself – Social Trust is Essential to Delay Gratification Acquiring self control skills will lead to greater success in the classroom, and in life. Self control is one of the most important traits that a person can possess in … Continue reading

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Open Strong- Palal24

Preschoolers are remarkable for knowing when to “flex their muscles”, as shown in the famous Marshmallow Study in the 1960’s where preschoolers had to decide whether to eat a marshmallow immediately, or wait fifteen minutes to get yet another marshmallow. … Continue reading

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Definition Rewrite- Palal24

Children unlucky enough to be born into poverty, or with absent fathers, have been proven to be less successful in life because they lack the ability to delay gratification. They almost always choose to grab what they can immediately, and … Continue reading

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