Does an early-career setback augment or hamper an individual’s future career success? Check out our latest in offering empirical evidence consistent w “what doesn’t kill me makes me stronger” #ScienceOfScience #CCS2019 #NatureOfFailure
Academic resilience: early setback in academic careers strenghtens perseverant researchers
. and colleagues and compare junior scientists who were awarded a NIH grant to those with similar track records who were not, and find that those with early setback systematically performed better in the longer term.
This article is a gift. Early-Career Setback and Future Career Impact "Individuals with near misses systematically outperform those with narrow wins... early-career setback appears to cause performance improvement among those who persevere"
“What doesn’t kill me makes me stronger” - early-career setback and potential implications for identifying, training and nurturing junior scientists
Early-career setback and future career impact | Nature Communications
Fascinating research by . “We may have succeeded in understanding success, but we’ve failed at understanding #failure,” he says, adding that "we know success breeds success, but maybe we just haven’t looked closely enough at people who fail."
A comparison of near-missers and narrow-winners in NIH funding for junior researchers: 1) Near-missers have a ~10% higher chance of disappearing from the field 2) Near-missers systematically outperform narrow-winners in the long run #ECRchat #PhDchat
Bookmarking this study for re-reading after all future rejections. As and I always tell each other, failure & setbacks build GRIT. #AcademicChatter #ECR
Friday inspiration (& a weekend read): Data now support that if your career initially stumbles but you manage to keep yourself on your feet, you are more likely to excel than those who don't have early set-backs. 🚀#AcademicTwitter #Somedocs #nevergiveup
For R01 proposals that fell just below/just above the funding threshold, they compared near-miss with narrow-win applicants. Findings: an early-career setback can improve career trajectories. Lesson learned: What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.
Research on research brings surprising news with important implications for how we value and build our EMCR cohorts: Early-career setback and future career impact
Early setbacks associated with future success in science? Nice read!
#365papers 2⃣7⃣6⃣ Perseverance - "despite an early setback (NIH R01 grant applications between 1990 and 2005), individuals with near misses systematically outperform those with narrow wins in the longer run."
Early-career setback and future career impact - “what doesn’t kill me makes me stronger” ⁦
What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger - academics who narrowly miss grants are more successful in the long run
Early-career setback and future career impact | Nature Communications... setbacks make you stronger 😊
Early career setbacks lead to better careers in the long run? "three wrong turns do really make a right... so why not be like me; be proud of all your crimes, 'cause when I screw up once, I do it two more times"
What an interesting paper for #WeekendMotivation Early-career setback and future career impact