Are behavioral and electrophysiological measures of impulsivity useful for predicting entrepreneurship?
Basic Research in Cardiology , Volume 116 - Issue 1
<p>We examine the association between several behavioral and electrophysiological indices of impulsivity-related constructs and multiple entrepreneurial constructs. Specifically, we investigate if these behavioral and electrophysiological measures are more useful as predictors of entrepreneurship than self-reported measures of impulsivity. Our findings are based on two datasets (n = 133 and n = 142) and indicate that behavioral and electrophysiological impulsivity measures are not robustly associated with entrepreneurship constructs, in contrast to self-reported measures of impulsivity. Though disappointing at first, our findings pave the way for future research on the relevance of behavioral and electrophysiological measures for entrepreneurship.</p>
|Basic Research in Cardiology|
|Organisation||Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam|
J. (Jens) van de Wouw, O.E. (Oana) Sorop, R.W.A. (Ruben) van Drie, Jaap A. Joles, A.H.J. (Jan) Danser, M. C. Verhaar, … D.J.G.M. (Dirk-jan) Duncker. (2021). Reduced nitric oxide bioavailability impairs myocardial oxygen balance during exercise in swine with multiple risk factors. Basic Research in Cardiology, 116(1). doi:10.1007/s00395-021-00890-8