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Scientific journals : Article
Business & economic sciences : Strategy & innovation
Entrepreneurship and Innovation / Audit
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/50173
Are behavioral and electrophysiological measures of impulsivity useful for predicting entrepreneurship?
English
Fisch, Christian mailto []
Franken, Ingmar []
Thurik, Roy []
2021
Journal of Business Venturing Insights
Elsevier
16
e00253
Yes
2352-6734
United States
[en] Entrepreneurship ; impulsivity ; EEG ; Eriksen flanker task ; go/no-go task ; reward task ; balloon analogue risk task
[en] 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 selfreported 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.
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/50173
10.1016/j.jbvi.2021.e00253

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