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Multiple Intelligences, Chronic Relative Underperformance Risk and the Perception of the Organizational Creative Environment
preprintposted on 13.11.2020, 19:34 authored by Haiko JessurunHaiko Jessurun, Gabriël Anthonio, Sarah Gelper, Mathieu Weggeman
In this study the relations between multiple intelligences profiles and chronic relative underperformance, and how the organization is perceived as contributing to creativity are explored, using data retrieved for this purpose from mental health workers. There are several, though weak, relations between intelligences and the perception of several attributes of the work environment (as measured by the KEYS®).
Declaration of conflicts of interestNone
Corresponding author firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead author countryNetherlands
Lead author job rolePhD Student
Lead author institutionEindhoven University of Technology
Ethics statementAll participants received information about the intent of the research and informed that their participation was entirely voluntary, and on how the data would be processed. They received feedback on the data they submitted.
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