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The Quest for Strengths A Review of the Theory and Research Underlying the StrengthsQuest Program for Students

@inproceedings{Hodges2005TheQF,
  title={The Quest for Strengths A Review of the Theory and Research Underlying the StrengthsQuest Program for Students},
  author={Timothy D. Hodges and James K. Harter},
  year={2005}
}
StrengthsQuest is a student program that focuses on strengths rather than weaknesses. It is intended to lead students to discover their natural talents and gain unique and valuable insights into how to develop such talents into strengths—strengths that equip them to succeed and to make important decisions that enable them to balance the demands of coursework, extracurricular activities, employment, and family. This article provides an overview of the StrengthsQuest program and the theory of… 

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