Karen Douglas

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People generally assume that others are more influenced than the self (the third person perception or TPP). To further understand this perception we investigated people's intuitive understanding of how persuasion works. Participants rated themselves or others on traits reflecting risk and immunity from persuasion (e.g., weak-and strong-mindedness) and need(More)
BACKGROUND Teachers can deliver feedback using person ('you are clever') or process terms ('you worked hard'). Person feedback can lead to negative academic outcomes, but there is little experimental research examining the impact of feedback on children's perceptions of the student-teacher relationship. AIM We examined the effects of person, process, and(More)
  • Citation Allaire, Karen Douglas, Willcox, Douglas Allaire, Karen Willcox
  • 2013
The MIT Faculty has made this article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters. A multifidelity approach to design and analysis for complex systems seeks to exploit optimally all available models and data. Existing multifidelity approaches generally attempt to calibrate low-fidelity models or replace low-fidelity(More)
BACKGROUND According to Dweck and colleagues, praise can be delivered using person ('you are clever') or process terms ('you worked hard'). Research suggests that giving people process praise after success can help them deal better with subsequent failures because it attributes outcomes to effort rather than fixed ability. However, research has thus far(More)
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger, James D Boyd, Karen Douglas, Peter Ward, Tim Olson, Melissa Jones +79 others
  • 2009
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to acknowledge the contributors who were key participants in preparing this report. The following organizations reviewed and commented on drafts of the Investment Plan or provided information for inclusion. Their participation enriched the development of the Plan and their submitted comments improved the report.(More)
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