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Role of resilient personality on lower achieving first grade students' current and future achievement

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A longitudinal study of the effect of personality resilience on the academic achievement of lower achieving first grade children, taking into account children's externalizing behaviors, cognitive ability, and family adversity, in a sample of 445 children from three school districts in Texas
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United States
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Texas

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