venturesomeness


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the trait of being adventurous

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Hypothesis H3, which posits personal innovativeness as a factor in predicting webcasting adoption, also was supported by the statistical findings that show both venturesomeness (r = .
Exhibit high degree of venturesomeness, which leads them beyond local peer networks; closest friends are commonly other innovators.
The spirit of venturesomeness and serendipity that characterized all he did remains with us in ways we cannot begin to name.
The analysts comment that their findings "parallel previous research on adolescents revealing finks between personal devotion, self-preservation, and a decreased tendency for self-destructive forms of venturesomeness.
Eysenck (1981) including sociability, impulsivity and optimism or venturesomeness.
It was a reflection of Norman's intellectual venturesomeness that he shifted scholarly gears so seemingly effortlessly, craffing a brilliantly iconoclastic 'reading' of an event well-known in Canadian historical and literary circles - the tale of the 'Black Donnelly' murders near Lucan, Ontario - in ways that totally recast the meaning of what had taken place in that quintessential central Canadian locale, Biddulph Township.
The Lifestyle index is a constructed measure of mobility and venturesomeness in housing-related choices that can orient the ho usehold's perceptions of housing value.
based on surveys of management practices, Gordon (1985) reported that higher performing utilities scored higher than their less successful counterparts on Top Management Involvement, Conflict Resolution, and Human Resource Development, while higher performing financial institutions scored higher on Action Orientation, Venturesomeness, and Encouragement of Initiative.
Reading these essays conveys a sense of brilliance and creativity combined with a form of venturesomeness which the author brings to bear in his understanding of aesthetics as an expression of uniqueness and textuality.
He praises Yeats, for instance, for deflecting questions about the afterlife with a laugh, thus allowing "the venturesomeness of a supernatural faith to co-exist with a rigorously sceptical attitude" (RP 151; scepticism is evidently not venturesome).
Some of that work reports significant intelligence/personality correlations, including positive relationships between introversion and spatial abilities (Gormly & Gormly, 1986), moderate levels of venturesomeness and intelligence (Rawlings & Skok, 1993), assertiveness and intelligence (Samuel, 1980).
By comparison with the pedagogically acute discourse of Halliwell, and with the coruscating venturesomeness of Janko, Belfiore's discussion comes through as careful, conscientious, and sustained.
I am sure that, discipline or no, law school often serves poorly the venturesomeness of Dan and Martha and the others in exploring boundaries.
They are more likely to exhibit "academic venturesomeness," choosing to pursue challenging activities.
Comparison of impulsiveness, venturesomeness and empathy (I -7) structure in English and Spanish samples: Analysis of different structural equation models.