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Patient as a personality trait. Merriam Webster’s online dictionary describes “patient” as 1. Able to remain calm and not become annoyed when waiting for a long time or when dealing with problems, or 2. Done in a careful way over a long period of time without hurrying. Alan, S., & Ertac, S. (2015). Patience, self-control and the demand for commitment: Evidence from a large-scale field experiment.Journal Of Economic Behavior & Organization, 115111-122. doi:10.1016/j.jebo.2014.10.008 • Patience is called a non-cognitive skill. • Found a significant correlation between patience and student’s success in school. • Experiment showed that patience helps contribute to commitment in children and with their school work. Bommarito, N. (2014). PATIENCE …show more content…

(2014). The design of compassionate care. Journal Of Clinical Nursing,23(23/24), 3589-3599. doi:10.1111/jocn.12632 • The importance of having compassion in the health care field. • Compassion has a lack of attention because of the process and organizational structures that do not accompany it. • The overall design of compassionate care should be observed and reevaluated in the health care system instead of blaming the individual practitioners. SARICAOĞLU, H., & ARSLAN, C. (2013). An Investigation into Psychological Well-being Levels of Higher Education Students with Respect to Personality Traits and Self-compassion. Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice, 13(4), 2097-2104. doi:10.12738/estp.2013.4.1740 • A correlation between personal traits and self-compassion levels, and these levels predict psychological well-being. • Extroversion and self-acceptance subscales arise from the benefits of self-compassion. • Positive relations with others helps students to have a more positive well-being. Creative as a personality trait. Merriam Webster’s online dictionary describes “creative” as 1. Having or showing an ability to make new things or think of new ideas, or 2. Using the ability to make or think of new …show more content…

• Factors were tested for the generation of creative ideas by an empirical study with engineering students to understand team-based decision making during concept selection. • The study observed personality traits could impact the creative process and the people that were tested either had “higher levels of conscientiousness, agreeableness, and tolerance for ambiguity” or were more prone to generating creative ideas. Weinberger, A. B., Iyer, H., & Green, A. E. (2016). Conscious Augmentation of Creative State Enhances “Real” Creativity in Open-Ended Analogical Reasoning. Plos ONE, 11(3), 1-13. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0150773 • The idea of the “thinking cap” is shown through conscious augmentation of state creativity that can improve creative reasoning • Creative reasoning can lead to advances in science and industry. • Agreeable connections between intelligence and creativity, and addresses creative innovation as relational reasoning. XIAO DONG, Y., & NA HUI, A. (2015). HUMOR STYLES, CREATIVE PERSONALITY TRAITS, AND CREATIVE THINKING IN A HONG KONG SAMPLE. Psychological Reports, 117(3), 845-854.

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