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  • Influence
Attitudes toward old people: the development of a scale and an examination of correlates.
  • N. Kogan
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of abnormal and social psychology
  • 1961
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Modes of thinking in young children: A study of the creativity-intelligence distinction.
The twofold aim of the research reported in this book is first, to determine whether solid evidence could be found that would support the validity of a distinction between intelligence and creativityExpand
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Risk Taking: A Study in Cognition and Personality
Risk taking, as it operates within a motivational context, is investigated in an attempt to learn about the broad outlines of the psychology of thinking.
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Careers in the Performing Arts: A Psychological Perspective
The history of creativity research reveals extensive studies of the members of occupational groups noted for creative productivity. Much less attention has been paid to performing artists for whomExpand
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Group influence on individual risk taking.
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Beliefs, Attitudes, and Stereotypes about Old People
The study of beliefs, attitudes, and stereotypes about the old is impeded by a number of conceptual and methodological difficulties. These are discussed, and possible future alternative directionsExpand
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The roles of information, discussion, and consensus in group risk taking
What situational elements can account for the enhanced risk taking typical of group relative to individual decision making? The three elements investigated were provision of information about theExpand
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Aspects of judgment and decision making: interrelationships and changes with age.
In making supposedly rational decisions, we must estimate at least two types of quantity, namely, the relative probabilities of different outcomes of alternative courses of action and the degree ofExpand
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