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Personality Traits, Prosocial Knowledge, Charismatic Leadership Behavior, and Clinical Performance of Indian Medical Students
Abstract This study replicates and extends findings reported by Ghosh, Motowidlo, and Nath (2015) that Indian medical students’ prosocial knowledge is positively correlated with their clinical performance. It examines ...
A survey of the factors affecting the labor force participation of married women with children
Much of the recent literature on labor force participation points out that the most noticeable change in participation patterns has occured in the class of married women, with husbands present. Most of these studies also ...
International integration: a model for regional integration in developing areas
Despite the attempts of many scholars in the social sciences, no one has yet developed an adequate theoretical model for describing, explaining, or predicting integration efforts in less developed areas. Jacob Viner, the ...
What Does it Take to Lead Change? A Qualitative Approach to Identifying Change Leader Functions and Competencies
For both the financial and physical health of the United States, there is an urgent need to improve the quality of patient care. Numerous evidence based practices exist that would improve the quality of patient care, however ...
Examining the Social Identity of Being a Muslim in the American Workplace
Religion is often seen as a taboo and controversial topic in the workplace; however, it also plays an important role in many people’s lives. Over the past few decades, the religious landscape of the American workforce has ...
Chromosomal, lexical, and neurobiological mechanisms of cognitive reappraisal and how they relate to health indicators
The ability to regulate emotion positively impacts one’s mental and physical health. One adaptive emotion regulation strategy is cognitive reappraisal, which involves changing one’s appraisal of an aversive situation to ...