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Because schoolchildren judge their own talents and limitations more realistically than preschoolers

they should decide which reading and math groups they wish to join.
their self-confidence may suffer as they compare themselves with others.
following a failure, they are less pessimistic about future failure.
they are less likely to concede that they're not good at something.

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their self-confidence may suffer as they compare themselves with others.

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Thanks for the answer, I sent you a forum message for another one.