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Horizons Expand and Relationships Evolve: A Best Practice Research Study of New York City Mentoring Programs
(NCJ 251169) June 2016
Grant, 16 page(s)
Warren Reich, Jan Hudis
This report examined personality and social-cognitive predictors of establishing a close mentoring relationship. The study found that "over-optimism" in mentors predicted early closures of mentoring relationships but that mentees reported positive experiences in the mentoring relationships.