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CONFIDENCE: Does it matter?
Applying multiple queues, this monograph presents perspectives on how to define and measure self-confidence: geometrical reasoning (fractals, sets, gaskets), biological markers of confidence (oxytocin, growth hormone, serotonin), and stochastic compartmental stimulations of the mood profile and functionality subscales. It compares confidence (that internal tranquil bravado) in respects to the ambitions, motivations, and morality. Benevolent and evil confidence, types of confidence of a reasonable person vs. psychopath constructs, are compared.
  • Confidence,
  • anxiety,
  • geometrical reasoning,
  • chaos theory
Publication Date
Winter February 28, 2013
Citation Information
CONFIDENCE: Does it matter?. Seattle, WA(2013)
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