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mind-set

(mīnd′sĕt′)
n.
1. A fixed mental attitude or disposition that predetermines a person's responses to and interpretations of situations.
2. An inclination or a habit.
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These mindsets differentiate between 'good' and bad terrorists," he said.
TWO: FIXED AND GROWTH MINDSETS DO SHAPE REACTIONS TO FAILURE
To provide strategic direction in leveraging current mindsets and psychological conditions of low achievers at rural areas to be participative youth in the community.
Their projects will explore and refine an array of approaches to help educators enhance students' learning mindsets and skills, including strengthening parent engagement and expanding science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) coursework.
She also responded to several individual students who had strong fixed mindsets.
Jo Owen; THE MINDSET OF SUCCESS; Kogan Page (Nonfiction: Business & Economics) 19.
Teaching That Changes Lives: 12 Mindset Tools for Igniting the Love of Learning, by Marilee Adams, PhD.
Teaching that changes lives; 12 mindset tools for igniting the love of learning.
The collection of new studies demonstrate that people with collectivist mindsets tend to value the relationships between items more than the particular items themselves.