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Intellectual humility and openness to the opposing view

Strong disagreements have stymied today's political discourse. We investigate intellectual humility - recognizing the limits of one's knowledge and appreciating others' intellectual strengths - as one factor that can make disagreements more constructive. In Studies 1 and 2, participants with higher... Full description

Journal Title: Self and Identity 04 March 2018, Vol.17(2), pp.139-162
Main Author: Porter, Tenelle
Other Authors: Schumann, Karina
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description: Strong disagreements have stymied today's political discourse. We investigate intellectual humility - recognizing the limits of one's knowledge and appreciating others' intellectual strengths - as one factor that can make disagreements more constructive. In Studies 1 and 2, participants with higher intellectual humility were more open to learning about the opposition's views during imagined disagreements. In Study 3, those with higher intellectual humility exposed themselves to a greater proportion of opposing political perspectives. In Study 4, making salient a growth mindset of intelligence boosted intellectual humility, and, in turn, openness to opposing views. Results suggest that intellectual humility is associated with openness during disagreement, and that a growth mindset of intelligence may increase intellectual humility. Implications for current political polarization are discussed.
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Strong disagreements have stymied today's political discourse. We investigate intellectual humility - recognizing the limits of one's knowledge and appreciating others' intellectual strengths - as one factor that can make disagreements more constructive. In Studies 1 and 2, participants with higher intellectual humility were more open to learning about the opposition's views during imagined disagreements. In Study 3, those with higher intellectual humility exposed themselves to a greater proportion of opposing political perspectives. In Study 4, making salient a growth mindset of intelligence boosted intellectual humility, and, in turn, openness to opposing views. Results suggest that intellectual humility is associated with openness during disagreement, and that a growth mindset of intelligence may increase intellectual humility. Implications for current political polarization are discussed.

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