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GRIT META-ANALYSIS 1 Much Ado about Grit

  title={GRIT META-ANALYSIS 1 Much Ado about Grit},
  author={Marcus Cred{\'e} and Michael Tynan and Peter D. Harms},
Grit has been presented as a higher-order personality trait that is highly predictive of both success and performance and distinct from other traits such as conscientiousness. This paper provides a meta-analytic review of the grit literature with a particular focus on the structure of grit and the relation between grit and performance, retention, conscientiousness, cognitive ability, and demographic variables. Our results based on 584 effect sizes from 88 independent samples representing 66,807… 
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