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    Clarifying the Virtue Profile of the Good Thinker: An Interdisciplinary Approach.Juliette L. Ratchford, William Fleeson, Nathan L. King, Laura E. R. Blackie, Qilin Zhang, Tenelle Porter & Eranda Jayawickreme - forthcoming - Topoi:1-10.
    What does it mean to be a good thinker? Which virtues work together in someone who possesses good intellectual character? Although recent research on virtues has highlighted the benefits of individual intellectual virtues, being an excellent thinker is likely a function of possessing multiple intellectual virtues. Specifically, a good thinker would both recognize one’s intellectual shortcomings and possess an eagerness to learn driven by virtues such as love of knowledge, curiosity, and open-mindedness. Good intellectual character may only successfully manifest when (...)
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    Narratives of Adversity and Wisdom in Ancient Ethical and Spiritual Texts.Ian James Kidd, Will Kynes, Laura E. R. Blackie & Kate C. McLean - 2019 - Journal of Value Inquiry 53 (3):459-461.
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    Does Adversity Make Us Wiser Than Before? Addressing a Foundational Question Through Interdisciplinary Engagement.Eranda Jayawickreme, Stephen R. Grimm & Laura E. R. Blackie - 2019 - Journal of Value Inquiry 53 (3):343-348.
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    Personality science, resilience, and posttraumatic growth.Eranda Jayawickreme, Marie J. C. Forgeard & Laura E. R. Blackie - 2015 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 38.
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    Examining the protective influence of posttraumatic growth on interpersonal suicide risk factors in a 6-week longitudinal study.Meryem Betul Yasdiman, Ellen Townsend & Laura E. R. Blackie - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Research has found an inverse relationship between posttraumatic growth and suicidal ideation in military and community samples that holds when controlling for other suicide risk factors. However, further research is needed into the underlying mechanisms to clarify how PTG protects against the formation of suicidal ideation. The current two-wave longitudinal study examined whether perceiving PTG from recent adverse circumstances while in a national lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic attenuated the positive relationship of two interpersonal suicide risk factors – perceived burdensomeness (...)
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