- Kindergartners with good social skills are more likely to succeed as adults, study says
- Ability to share and cooperate in kindergarten was measured in 800 children over 20 years
This story was originally published on CNN.com in 2015.
(CNN)In our household, we're still talking about the critically acclaimed box office smash "Inside Out," Pixar's animated look at the emotions inside a child's brain. It came up most recently when we watched Serena Williams cruise to another victory at this year's Wimbledon, and my youngest daughter, age 7, remarked that her "Joy" (the character who controls happiness in the movie) must be going wild. During the match, Serena's "Angry" must have been at her brain's control panel, we all agreed.