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Revisiting the Entrepreneurial Mind : Inside the Black Box: An Expanded Edition

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Revisiting the Entrepreneurial Mind : Inside the Black Box: An Expanded Edition
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Revisiting the Entrepreneurial Mind
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Inside the Black Box: An Expanded Edition
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Revisiting the Entrepreneurial Mind : Inside the Black Box: An Expanded Edition
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  • Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Revisiting the Entrepreneurial Mind: Inside the Black Box -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 A Historical Overview -- 1.3 The Search for Research Paradigms -- 1.4 The Development Process of This Volume -- 1.5 Structure of the Book -- 1.6 Cluster I: From Entrepreneurial Intentions to Action -- 1.7 Cluster II: Contexts, Cognition, and Entrepreneurial Expertise -- 1.8 Cluster III: Motivations, Emotions, Attributions, and Self-Efficacy -- 1.9 Cluster IV: Beyond Cognitions to Thinking and Behaving -- References -- Part I: From Intentions to Action -- Chapter 2: Entrepreneurial Intentions Are Dead: Long Live Entrepreneurial Intentions -- 2.1 A Note to Educators and Practitioners -- 2.2 A Critical Overview of Intentions and Entrepreneurial Intentions -- 2.2.1 Do Intentions Even Exist? -- 2.2.1.1 A Little History -- 2.2.2 Where Do Intentions "Come From"? -- 2.2.3 Where Have We Been? -- 2.2.3.1 Philosophical and Theoretical Grounding -- 2.2.3.2 Social Psychological Grounding -- 2.2.3.3 A Brief History of Entrepreneurial Intentionality -- 2.2.4 Where Are We Now? -- 2.2.4.1 Chinks in the Armor? The Rise of Disconfirming Evidence -- 2.2.4.2 Reciprocal Causation? -- 2.2.4.3 Anchoring -- 2.3 The Future of Entrepreneurial Intentions -- 2.3.1 The Next Generation? -- 2.3.1.1 The Theory of Trying -- 2.3.1.2 Implementation Intentions -- 2.3.2 The New Cutting Edges -- 2.3.2.1 Neuroentrepreneurship? -- 2.3.2.2 Deep Beliefs -- 2.3.2.3 Deep Beliefs and Relevance for Teaching and Practice -- 2.3.2.4 Implications for Entrepreneurial Learning and Pedagogy -- 2.4 Key Future Research Directions -- 2.4.1 Reciprocal Influence Model -- 2.4.2 Contingencies -- 2.4.3 Deep Beliefs and Phase Change Model -- 2.4.4 Stepwise Model -- 2.5 In Sum{u2026} -- References
  • Chapter 3: Is Research on Entrepreneurial Intentions Growing? Or{u2026}Just Getting Bigger? -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.1.1 Example: Measuring Impact of Entrepreneurship Education -- 3.2 Antecedents of Changes in Entrepreneurial Intent -- 3.2.1 Antecedents Within TPB? -- 3.2.2 Competing Models -- 3.2.3 "Entrepreneur" Is a Verb? -- 3.2.4 Measures -- 3.2.5 Methods -- 3.3 Beyond Intent: The Entrepreneurial Mind-Set -- References -- Chapter 4: Perceptions: Looking at the World Through Entrepreneurial Lenses -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The Clear-Lens Effect: Differences in Human Capital, Including Knowledge -- 4.3 The Rose-Lens Effect: Overconfidence -- 4.4 The Blue-Lens Effect: The Use of Simplistic Decision Heuristics -- 4.5 The Yellow-Lens Effect: Differences in Wealth Seeking -- 4.6 The Purple-Lens Effect: Differences in Intrinsic Motivation -- 4.7 Telescopic Lenses: Overestimating Benefits and Underestimating Time and Risk -- 4.8 Framing the Lenses -- 4.9 Summary and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5: Perceptions Revisited: Continuing to Look at the World Through Entrepreneurial Lenses -- 5.1 Afterthoughts -- References -- Part II: Contexts, Cognition, and Entrepreneurial Expertise -- Chapter 6: Toward A Contextual Model of Entrepreneurial Intentions -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Social Norms -- 6.3 Self-Efficacy -- 6.3.1 Collective Self-Efficacy -- 6.3.2 Self-Efficacy as Task-Specific Cognitions -- 6.4 Revising Basic Assumptions About Intentions -- 6.5 A Revised Entrepreneurial Intentions Model -- 6.6 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 7: Revisiting a Contextual Model of Entrepreneurial Intentions -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Yes, We Need to Pay Attention to Context -- 7.3 Nothing Happens Without an Individual -- 7.4 Intentions and Opportunity -- 7.5 Being Motivated, Seeing Opportunities, and Time -- 7.6 Moving Forward -- References
  • Chapter 8: Context and Entrepreneurial Cognition -- 8.1 How Do You Perceive Context? The Researcher's Perspective -- 8.2 Context from the Perspective of Entrepreneurship Research -- 8.3 Context from the Perspective of the Entrepreneur -- 8.4 Context from the Perspective of Cognition Research -- 8.5 A Step Forward: Cognitions as Glue Between Context and the Entrepreneur -- 8.6 Outlook -- References -- Chapter 9: Cognitive Maps in Entrepreneurship: Researching Sense Making and Action -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Cognitive Maps: Territory of Mind -- 9.3 Cognitive Maps in Management and Entrepreneurship -- 9.4 On Those Who Decide and Think Versus Those Who Appear Not to -- 9.5 Cognitive Maps as Research Tools -- 9.5.1 Maps Assessing Attention, Association, and Importance of Concepts -- 9.5.2 Maps of Categories, Cognitive Taxonomies, and Cognitive Frameworks -- 9.5.3 Maps of Causal Relationships and Arguments -- 9.5.4 Entrepreneurial Maps of Causal Relationships -- 9.6 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 10: Cognitive Maps in Entrepreneurship: Understanding Contexts -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Contexts as Maps in Entrepreneurship Research -- 10.3 Organizational Forms as Maps in Entrepreneurship -- 10.4 Past and Present as Maps -- References -- Chapter 11: Entrepreneurial Scripts and Entrepreneurial Expertise: The Information Processing Perspective -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Concepts and Definitions -- 11.3 The Structure and Content of Entrepreneurial Scripts -- 11.3.1 Structure -- 11.3.1.1 Sequences and Norms -- 11.3.1.2 Categories -- 11.3.1.3 Structure Guidelines -- 11.3.1.4 Structure Definition -- 11.3.2 Content -- 11.3.2.1 Cue Recognition -- 11.3.3 New Venture Formation Content Identification -- 11.3.4 Script Structure and Content -- 11.3.5 Summary -- 11.4 Discriminating Experts and Novices -- 11.4.1 Components -- 11.4.2 Classification
  • 11.4.3 A Methods Template -- 11.4.3.1 Data Gathering -- 11.4.3.2 Measurement -- 11.4.3.3 Data Analysis -- 11.4.3.4 Summary -- 11.5 Toward Further Study of Entrepreneurial Scripts -- 11.6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 12: Situated Scripting and Entrepreneurial Expertise: A Socially Situated View of the Information-Processing Perspective -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 The Seemingly Static Script -- 12.3 Scripting and the More Dynamic Script -- 12.4 From Scripts to Scripting: A Unification of Views -- References -- Part III: Cluster Three Motivations, Emotions, Attributions, and Self-Efficacy -- Chapter 13: Motivations: The Entrepreneurial Mind and Behavior -- 13.1 Assumptions and a Brief History -- 13.2 Motivations to Survive Versus Motivations to Grow -- 13.3 Drive Theories and Incentive Theories -- 13.4 Diversity and Complexity of Motivational Theories -- 13.5 Motivation, Cognitive Dissonance, and Risk -- 13.6 Memories as Motivators -- 13.7 Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations in Entrepreneurs -- 13.8 Obsession, Passion, and Entrepreneurial Motivations -- 13.9 Final and Instrumental Motivation -- 13.10 Life, Work, Career Satisfaction as Motivators -- 13.10.1 Career Motivations -- 13.11 Goal and Goal Setting -- 13.12 Achievement Motivation -- 13.13 Personality Factors and Motivation -- 13.13.1 Type A and Type B Personalities -- 13.13.2 Masculinity and Femininity -- 13.14 Motivations, Attitudes, and Behaviors -- 13.14.1 The Impact of Motivation on Behavior -- 13.15 Goal-Directed Behavior, Motivation, and Intentions -- 13.16 Tying Motivation to Cognitions and Goals -- References -- Chapter 14: Motivations Matter in Entrepreneurial Behavior: Depends on the Context -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 Getting from Intention to Action -- 14.3 Motivations Could Bridge Many Gaps -- 14.4 Commitment -- 14.5 Emotions and Passions -- 14.6 It Comes Down to Goals
  • 14.7 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 15: The Role of Emotions and Cognitions in Entrepreneurial Decision-Making -- 15.1 Theoretical Foundations -- 15.1.1 Emotions -- 15.1.2 The Difference Between Emotion, Affect, Mood, and Feeling -- 15.2 Cognitions -- 15.3 Emotions and Cognitions in Entrepreneurial Decision-Making -- 15.3.1 The Role of Emotions in Entrepreneurial Decision-Making -- 15.3.2 The Effect of Positive Emotions on Entrepreneurial Decision-Making -- 15.3.3 The Effect of Negative Emotions on Entrepreneurial Decision-Making -- 15.3.4 The Role of Cognitions in Entrepreneurial Decision-Making -- 15.3.5 The Interaction Between Emotions and Cognitions in Entrepreneurial Decision-Making Processes -- 15.4 Cognitive Appraisal Theories of Emotion -- 15.4.1 Richard Lazarus' Cognitive Appraisal Theory of Emotion -- 15.4.2 Albert Ellis' Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy -- 15.4.3 Bernard Weiner's Theory of Emotion -- 15.5 A Model to Study Emotions and Cognitions in the Entrepreneurial Decision-Making Process -- 15.6 Implications -- 15.6.1 Recommendations for Future Research -- 15.6.2 Recommendations for Practice -- 15.6.3 Recommendations for Teaching -- References -- Chapter 16: The Role of Emotions and Cognitions in the Pre-entrepreneurial Process: What's New? -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Update on the Concepts of Affective Experiences Within the Entrepreneurial Process -- 16.3 Update on Entrepreneurial Cognitions -- 16.4 Emotions and Cognitions in the Pre-entrepreneurial Process -- 16.5 An Updated Model on Emotions and Cognitions in the Pre-entrepreneurial Process -- 16.5.1 Opportunity Recognition -- 16.5.2 Opportunity Evaluation -- 16.5.3 Opportunity Exploitation -- 16.5.4 From the Decision to Exploit to Taking Entrepreneurial Action -- 16.6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 17: Why? Attributions About and By Entrepreneurs -- 17.1 Introduction
  • 17.1.1 Origins of the Attribution Approach
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