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Creativity in Its Social Context: The Interplay of Organizational Norms, Situational Threat, and Gender
Past research has frequently made the assumptions that creativity is an individual, rather than social, behavior; that the factors shaping creative behavior influence everyone in the same way; and that these factors always ...
Creativity in Men and Women: Threat, Other-Interest, and Self-Assessment
Previous research into gender and creativity has provided little evidence for consistent differences between men and women in creative performance. This research revisits this topic by proposing a person x situation approach, ...
The Closed-Mindedness That Wasn't: Need for Structure and Expectancy-Inconsistent Information
Social-cognitive researchers have typically assumed that individuals high in need for structure or need for closure tend to be closed-minded: they are motivated to resist or ignore information that is inconsistent with ...
Cultural Differences in Survey Responding: Issues and Insights in the Study of Response Biases
This paper introduces the special section "Cultural differences in questionnaire responding" and discusses central topics in the research on response biases in cross-cultural survey research. Based on current conceptions ...
Gender Differences in the Endowment Effect: Women Pay Less, but Won't Accept Less
We explore different contexts and mechanisms that might promote or alleviate the gender effect in risk aversion. Our main result is that we do not find gender differences in risk aversion when the choice is framed as a ...
Gender Moderates the Impact of Need for Structure on Social Beliefs: Implications for Ethnocentrism and Authoritarianism
The present research examines the interplay between individual differences in need for structure, social beliefs, and gender. It is well documented that need for structure, that is, a preference for structure and simplicity ...
Greater Self?Enhancement in Western Than Eastern Ukraine, but Failure to Replicate the Muhammad Ali Effect
Based on the cross-cultural research linking individualism-collectivism and self-enhancement, this research examines regional pattern of self-enhancement in Ukraine. Broadly speaking, the western part of Ukraine is mainly ...
A Pilot Study of Psychotherapist Trainees' Alpha-Amylase and Cortisol Levels During Treatment of Recently Suicidal Clients With Borderline Traits
Psychotherapists often experience stress while providing psychotherapy, in particular when working with difficult presentations such as suicidality. As part of a larger study on the treatment of recently suicidal college ...