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Psychol Rep. 1993 Apr;72(2):565-6.

Adolescent and adult female leaders: comparisons on measures of valued leadership traits and irrational thinking.

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College of Education, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.

Abstract

This study compared the responses of 45 adolescent and 45 adult female leaders on measures of valued leadership traits and irrational thinking. Adolescent leaders value Creativity, while adult leaders view Sense of Purpose an important leadership trait. Adolescent leaders possess significantly more irrational beliefs than adult leaders and tend to endorse those beliefs which reflect high self-expectations, blame proneness, and anxious overconcern about the future.

PMID:
8488236
DOI:
10.2466/pr0.1993.72.2.565
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