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amabile

(æˈmɑːbɪˌleɪ)
adj
sweet or lovely
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1 Segun las investigaciones de la doctora en Psicologia de la Universidad de Stanford, Teresa Amabile, los principales inhibidores de creatividad infantil son la vigilancia excesiva, la evaluacion, las recompensas, la competencia, el excesivo control sobre lo que hacen, restringirles las elecciones y la presion.
De acordo com Amabile, Conti, Coon, Lazenby e Herron (1996), toda inovacao comeca com ideias criativas.
After five months, Amabile and her team analyzed the nearly 12,000 entries and found the participants were more likely to think creatively on the days when their moods were more positive.
just answer this question: Which Scottish celebrity is the Ideal Home Show interiors ambassador a) Susan Boyle b) John Amabile c) Andy Murray www.
FRECUENCY OF Trifolium amabile KUNTH (FABACEAE) AT TWO ECOLOGICAL SITES IN THE HIGH LANDS OF PUNO, PERU
I wanted to hear more about how this year's Keynote Speaker has influenced the Amabile Singers from London, Ontario.
There's a strange guitar warble as singer-songwriter Hunter Amabile hits the chorus of his song, "Beyond the TV.
Real estate investment management business Prudential Real Estate Investors (PREI), part of financial services company Prudential Financial Inc (NYSE:PRU), on Wednesday named Raimondo Amabile and Andrew Radkiewicz as co-heads of its European business and Philip Barrett as chief risk officer for Europe and Asia.
24 January 2013 -- New Jersey, USA-based Prudential Real Estate Investors said it has named Raimondo Amabile and Andrew Radkiewicz as co-heads of its European business and appointed Philip Barrett chief risk officer for Europe and Asia.
In The Progress Principle, Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer masterfully summarize the findings of their work about the impact of everyday work life on creativity and performance.
George Amabile (author); DANCING, WITH MIRRORS; The Porcupine's Quill (Nonfiction: Poetry) 19.
But the judgments and conclusions found in The Progress Principle are based on 14 years of rigorous research by a pair of Harvard researchers, Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer, who surveyed 238 employees (182 men, 56 women) on 2h learns at seven companies.