The Impact of "Hot Cognition" In Professional Performance: How Academic Communities May Exploit it

Abstract : Today the business world claims for professionals able to interact in society in an emotionally intelligent way. In the last century, the Universities around the world did not address the issue in an explicit way. They form students technically competent, but not necessarily emotionally competent, limited to interact or collaborate in a professional community. This paper shows the importance of ”hot cognition”1 in the human decision-making during the knowledge creation process. We describe how the knowledge creation process is running in the academic communities during their daily activities. We also propose a prototype to register the subtle and tacit knowledge extracted during the academic communities interactions. That knowledge can improve the way to develop/update systematically the psychological abilities of students during their graduate experience.
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Maria Augusta Silveira Netto Nunes, Stefano A. Cerri, Nathalie Blanc. The Impact of "Hot Cognition" In Professional Performance: How Academic Communities May Exploit it. Web Based Communities'07, Feb 2007, Salamanca, Spain, pp.257-264. ⟨lirmm-00273288⟩

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