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Inside Larry Summers’ brain

Monday, July 29, 2013 - 02:50

As President Obama considers the former Treasury secretary for Federal Reserve chairman, researcher Aaron Menenberg uses what Larry Summers says to develop a psychological profile.

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Calypso -- in -- position to stay. -- -- here's that we can psychologically profile leaders he's in the words that they want some resentment well over a 100000 words. Think of 150000. We do this pilot -- seven different personality traits and if this person. What would consider him potential is that the Fed chair were likely to see a leader. Little bit more proactive and -- -- I think based on on Larry Summers scores. I would say that it. Is strongly. That strength comes from his high scores in consensual complexity that -- introduce my amendments field. Has high self confidence. It's probably for himself and and and the fact that he can actually affect change the way he wants to but self confidence needs to. I was trying to conviction. Faster decision making and also in his past orientation as the man -- because he's very focused on problems. Is likely that it caught up in as much as he potential distractions that -- -- and if he perceives that congress or somebody else. Isn't doing their job. He will likely. Push them a little bit stronger or maybe just take in action. Himself the final categories in group lives mrs. It's essentially trying to measure whether another person's focused on their own group. Today have a small amount advisors that they trust and work with them exclusively. Today -- outside experts. That Summers is likely to have smaller group of people that he trusts and Britain. I think there's an event flank here in his results it's it's just -- self confidence corps he is well above the world average. From world leaders. When it comes to self confidence. Is well above that -- -- -- -- -- yes I'm sorry Chris -- but what you just an excuse actually. And devastated sister went -- since -- on the subject of right and wrong. -- -- the two of you being here is wrong it's not -- your car. It's not what Harvard's law review you don't get special. -- -- -- the buses came to him and said this guy so my idea and he business it's dropped from its very wealthy family a lot of influence of the university. Sort of say no to them so easily. Certainly concerned -- -- strong self confidence. So it's not seen in the social network true. I've heard it said it. That I can be arrogant. If that's true that. I surely was -- If that's -- to have any effect they could potentially be. I'm rash decision making rash actions include.

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Inside Larry Summers’ brain

Monday, July 29, 2013 - 02:50