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Primary Keys in Personality Resiliency

What do the studies in resiliency suggest in terms of the primary differences between those who are resilient in contrast to those who are not?

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1. What do the studies in resiliency suggest in terms of the primary differences between those who are resilient in contrast to those who are not?

Resiliency is positively related to internal assets-intrinsic, inherent or generated from within an individual, which include biological and psychological factors-like children's health, genetic predisposition, temperament, gender, intellectual capacity, social competence, problem-solving skills, autonomy and a sense of purpose (Benard 1995, as cited in http://www.aare.edu.au/aer/online/0701c.pdf). In other words, these are the factors that children with resiliency differ from those who are not resilient. For example, children with lower intellectual capacity as ...

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Based on research, this solution examines the concept of resiliency and what studies on resiliency have found in terms of the primary differences between those who are resilient in contrast to those who are not. References and a supporting article on resiliency are also provided.

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