Humility is not the boldest of personality traits, but itâs an important one, studies find. And itâs hard to fake.
In their day jobs, research psychologists donât typically need safety goggles, much less pith helmets or Indiana Jones bullwhips. Thereâs no rappelling into caves to uncover buried scrolls, no prowling the ocean floor in spherical subs, no tuning of immense, underground magnets in the hunt for ghostly subatomic particles.
Still, psychologists do occasionally excavate the habits of lost civilizations. In a paper published in the latest issue of Current Directions in Psychological Science, a team of researchers reviewed studies of a once-widespread personal trait, one âcharacterized by an ability to accurately acknowledge oneâs limitations and abilities, and an interpersonal stance that is other-oriented rather than self-focused.â Humility.
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Dans un article intitulÃ© Maximiser lâinnovation grÃ¢ce Ã la diversitÃ©, Vikas Aggarwal, professeur adjoint Ã lâINSEAD, insiste sur lâurgence de reconnaÃ®tre la valeur de la diversitÃ© des membres d’une Ã©quipe de travail. Cette derniÃ¨re peut fournir un travail harmonieux provenant des membres avec une expÃ©rience diversifiÃ©e. Ces Ã©quipes fournissent une plate-forme appropriÃ©e Ã lâÃ©mulation de diverses idÃ©es et favorisant l’innovation.
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In some men, prostate cancer can be very dangerous. However, most prostate cancers are slow-growing and not destined to cause any problems. The majority of men with prostate cancer are said to die with it and not because of it. Unfortunately, determining whether a man has a “benign” or a dangerous cancer is really difficult. Until one of the bad cancers is quite advanced, there usually are no symptoms to indicate that a man has the dangerous type.
By screening men for prostate cancer, we hope to catch the small number of these bad cancers, which if untreated, can shorten his life. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) makes recommendations about screening, and they change as we learn more about prostate cancer.
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