Intellectual Humility, Arrogance, and Openness: Investigating the Psychometric Properties of a Self-Report Measure of Intellectual VirtueMurray, Elise.
Abstract: Intellectual virtues are important characteristics for pursuing life-long learning. Unfortunately, some intellectual virtues are not conceptualized or empirically assessed using a life-long, or developmental, framework; one such intellectual virtue is that of intellectual humility (IH). The purpose of this study is to begin to contribute to the development of a change-sensitive, self-rep... read more
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