Review Female Perspective Part 19 Biology & Traits: Openness/Intelligence/Creativity II
The first instalment of this lecture is essential to understand what happening and underpins this lecture, be sure to check it out here:
Reemeber below are my notes I took while trying to betetr understand the message and I have published them almost as is just to share my findings, I hope they offer some value.
Biology & Traits: Openness / Intelligence / Creativity II – A Personality Guide By Jordan B. Peterson
In this lecture, Jordan concluded his examination of the Big Five feature openness to experience, which is a combination of creativity and intellect.
He also discusses IQ, including how it is assessed, what it means, how well it forecasts extended life success and the extremely skewed Pareto distribution of creative output.
- People with greater cues are more likely to be creative or to be renowned for their originality. They’ll likely have a higher I Q.
- No one can comprehend that something is not creative because to be creative, anything must be unique and beneficial at the same time.
- If you want to judge something imaginative, it can become a substantial part of your thought.
- Each person should have a divergent set of qualities.
- Things which are new but do not fall in any category are not available online.
Working memory tests are very, very highly connected with G, which is the first thing you extract out of any set of I Q tests. That’s G in technical terms. Create a collection of lists, and questions, do factor analysis and extract the first factor, which is generally comparable to the sum or mean of the items. The average is a factor if there is a one-factor solution. Because you’re adding them all up and dividing them by a number, the premise is that they all weigh equally on that component.
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Factor analysis is a mathematical abstraction. That is the average of a collection of numbers and responses. It depends on how you define real. In Petersons opinion, you may utilize it for particular functions, which is a reasonable definition. But when you pose such questions, you have to define both words fairly arbitrarily. People with high IQs think they’re smart, and they are the ones with strong personalities. It’s unclear why self-reporting intelligence is useful when an I Q test is far more accurate, but that gives you some idea.
His venture capital section is so so interesting and the idea of the power imbalanc ein the have and have nots. Particulary in relationship to creative people and something I had suspected my entire life.
You consider the five-factor model. You know where intelligence slots are. Open now the openness to experience, which Peterson prefers to conceive as creativity. You may use it as a shorthand to help comprehend what it is. It depends on how you define creativity since it might be the total of your creative achievements in your life, the actual production of, say, artifacts of various forms, performances, inventions, artworks, or anything.
Few additional ideas will come to mind, and any that do will be closely related to the initial thought. So, let’s imagine I gave each of you an idea and said, “What comes to mind?” The first thing we’d notice is that the first thing that comes to mind for you, is likely shared by many of you. You will get a likely more common answer. That’s a simple definition, artistic.
Something creative is unique and beneficial, and you realize it comes with a certain level of judgment.
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Opinion Lecture Nineteen Jordan Peterson
Solid lecture and some greta points he made. I certainly will try and tap into the time management. The monetary aspect of creativity has hit home hard in all honestly.
His statisitical breakdown makes sence and helps understand talent ranks and when you see things like this, I feel torn between give up and do the day job or keep striving.
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Entire Series: 2017 Personality and Its Transformations Parts 1-22