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      A Cross-Level Perspective on Employee Creativity: Goal Orientation, Team Learning Behavior, and Individual Creativity

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      Academy of Management Journal

      Academy of Management

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              The effects of promotion and prevention cues on creativity.

              This study tested whether cues associated with promotion and prevention regulatory foci influence creativity. The authors predicted that the "risky," explorative processing style elicited by promotion cues, relative to the risk-averse, perseverant processing style elicited by prevention cues, would facilitate creative thought. These predictions were supported by two experiments in which promotion cues bolstered both creative insight (Experiment 1) and creative generation (Experiment 2) relative to prevention cues. Experiments 3 and 4 provided evidence for the process account of these findings. suggesting that promotion cues, relative to prevention cues, produce a riskier response bias (Experiment 3) and bolster memory search for novel responses (Experiment 4). A final experiment provided evidence that individual differences in regulatory focus influence creative problem solving in a manner analogous to that of incidental promotion and prevention cues.
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                Journal
                Academy of Management Journal
                AMJ
                Academy of Management
                0001-4273
                1948-0989
                April 2009
                April 2009
                : 52
                : 2
                : 280-293
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Monash University
                [2 ]Erasmus University
                [3 ]Rice University
                Article
                10.5465/amj.2009.37308035
                © 2009

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