It was a subject that was relatively little studied by academics in the 1960s. Will.
Psychologists recognize such issues as one dimension of what they call “self-control.”
they would think.
In a social psychology experiment on will conducted in those years, Stanford scientists took a 4-year-old
they put the group of children to the test “in terms of will”. Children who are taken to a room are offered tasty treats, including sweets.
They were given a chance to make a deal about it. They could have a nap right away if they wished.
However, if they waited a few minutes, they could eat two. When the researcher left the room, some
The children could not resist the temptation of the sweets and ate one as soon as the researcher left the room.
About 30% of them were just able to contain themselves, and when the researcher came into the room, they had two naps.
earned the right to eat. ????
From the double-sided mirror, scientists have children who have managed to master their will, who deserve a second nap.
Years later, they searched and found all the children who participated in the experiment, they were now going to high school.
The grades of the children waiting for the award at the age of four, “the ability to cope with important problems”,
It was noted that their ability to maintain friendships was on average 210 points higher than other children.
Children who manage not to be tempted by a candy at pre-school age; both to the class
catches up on time, and is better at making friends and resisting peer pressure than others.
he was succeeding.
Based on this experiment, activities that will develop the skill of “self-control” in the preschool period.
I think it’s duplicated.
Only when we find ways to postpone our desires will we achieve real success.