impulsiveness


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"This result contradicts previous studies that indicate that personality traits such as assertion or impulsiveness only have a limited influence on creative output," said professor Utikal.
Psychological assessment showed that depression, anxiety, and non-planning impulsiveness scores were higher in AS patients.
We hypothesized that there would be a negative correlation between mindful attention and awareness and non-planning impulsiveness, motor impulsiveness and attentional impulsiveness.
Impulsiveness can be identified as a tendency to act thinking less than individuals with similar talent and knowledge, act without thinking enough and act quickly without deciding consciously or without thinking ahead.
* The Impulsiveness Scale (IS) (28), consisting of five items with a four-point Likert scale with the following options: 1 = rarely, 2 = sometimes, 3 = often, and 4 = very often, used to assess the frequency of actions taken on impulse and lack of reflection on the consequences.
* To see if age has a significant impact on Buying Impulsiveness of female officers.
The present study focuses on one of IDCP dimensions, Impulsiveness, related to characteristics such as recklessness, imprudent, and risk taking behaviour.
The growth in recent years of research within the area of psychobiological processes underlying the addictive process have highlighted the importance of personality variables of a temperamental character such as impulsiveness or sensation-seeking.
As the International Institute for Strategic Studies coyly put it after the Tomahawk strike: "If it appears that Trump is on the way to reaching an appropriate policy equilibrium, his impulsiveness, ignorance of international affairs, unsystematic nature, native contrariness and 'transactional' disposition probably preclude the coalescence of a distinctive 'Trump doctrine.'"
Mood swings, impulsiveness, poor judgment, and other problems peak in these years.
Written for children ages 4 to 8 with ADHD and impulsiveness by licensed psychologist James M.