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Power and Autistic Traits (2016)

"Problem solving is important in leadership, and people with many autistic traits appear often to be better thinkers than typical subjects with similar IQs." Overskeid, G. Department of Psychology, University of...

Written by: Geir Overskeid

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The psychological structure of humility. (2016)

“..humility is uniformly operationalized as a positive, socially desirable construct… (however) we found humility takes two distinct forms, ‘appreciative’ and ‘self-abasing’…” Aaron C. Weidman, University of British Columbia; Joey T Cheng, University...

Written by: Weidman, A. C., Cheng, J. T., & Tracy, J. L

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CEO overconfidence and ambidextrous innovation. (2017)

“...overconfident CEOs are more apt to create or magnify an imbalance in innovation ambidexterity.” Ying-Jiuan Wong, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Taiwan; Cheng-Yu Lee, Southern Taiwan University of Science and...

Written by: Wong, Y. J., Lee, C. Y., & Chang, S. C

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