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Articles by Jorge Luis Aurich Cornejo

Optimistic Explanatory Style Supports Good Health
February 9, 2017 – 9:27 am | 3 Comments
Optimistic View

A few months ago I explored the relationship between health outcomes and explanatory style in 200 executives, including 119 men and 81 women from the main companies in Peru. I divided the executives into two groups based on the Seligman’s Attributional Style Questionnaire: those with predominately optimistic explanatory styles and those with predominately pessimistic explanatory styles. Then I looked at the way their explanatory styles related to two variables of health.

Hope and Optimism in Peruvian Executives
August 23, 2016 – 1:15 pm | 2 Comments

The day begins. It’s time to make decisions. Recruiting staff, opening a factory, launching a new product, reaching a sales goal, dealing with the new chief, or integrating another team are among many topics that require focused attention and efficiency from executives to meet the economic results expected by the board and owners.

How do hope and optimism vary among executives facing these challenges?

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