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Sensitivity of Self-Reported Noncognitive Skills to Survey Administration Conditions

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  • Yuanyuan Chen
  • Shuaizhang Feng
  • James J. Heckman
  • Tim Kautz

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Recent evidence has shown that noncognitive skills matter for success in life and can be shaped through interventions.

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  • Yuanyuan Chen & Shuaizhang Feng & James J. Heckman & Tim Kautz, "undated". "Sensitivity of Self-Reported Noncognitive Skills to Survey Administration Conditions," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 3b5cedbf8d1b49d2b55efbc83, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:3b5cedbf8d1b49d2b55efbc83a0e4695
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    noncognitive skills; psychological assessment; personality traits; Big Five; incentives;
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