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Cline, Melinda; St. John, Jeremy; Guynes, Carl S. – American Journal of Business Education, 2015
The purpose of this paper is to report a summary of the results of a study which examined the appropriateness of using business school students as surrogates for IT professionals by comparing cognitive styles, physiological characteristics, and basic demographic data among the two groups. Cognitive style refers to the way individuals think,…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Cognitive Style, Demography, Psychological Characteristics
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Seiver, Daniel Alan; Haddad, Kamal; Do, Andrew – American Journal of Business Education, 2014
Many academic disciplines have examined the role that variation in Jungian personality types plays in the academic performance of college students. Different personality types tend to have different learning styles, which in turn influence student performance in a variety of college courses. To measure the impact of learning styles on student…
Descriptors: College Students, Cognitive Style, Personality Traits, Introductory Courses
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Jones, Cathleen S.; Hartley, Nell T. – American Journal of Business Education, 2013
For decades,some of the most popular devices used in educating students and employees to the values of diversity are those that are based on a four-grid identification of behavior style. The results from the scoring of the instruments provide individual profiles in terms of a person's assertiveness, responsiveness, and preferred tone of…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Correlation, Personality Measures, Personality Traits
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Joyner, Fredricka F.; Mann, Derek T. Y. – American Journal of Business Education, 2011
Over the past two decades an escalating interest in the construct of emotional intelligence (EI) has made its way into the popular press, professional press, and peer reviewed journals. Not surprisingly, an interest in EI is also gaining ground in academic settings (Parker, Duffy, Wood, Bond & Hogan, 2002; Parker, Hogan, Eastabrook, Oke &…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Masters Degrees, Emotional Intelligence, College Curriculum