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The literature on creativity has often focused on the analysis of artists and scientists. The ability to generalize these findings to respective professional sub-disciplines is examined. In particular, the present study addresses the generalizability of the personality profile of creative scientists to creative social scientists. Autonomy was found to be the most important personality feature for creativity in social sciences. These results suggest the importance of fostering an autonomous working style.

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characteristics of the demonstrated tools for the visualization of egocentric social networks. Characteristics Tools Egonet.QF E-net Pajek Availability Free download Free download Free download Preparation of input data No preparation of specific file formats needed Depending on the desired format, transformation into VNA file is needed. First, the creation of a text file, then the transformation into the Pajek file. Display of different strengths of ties Different strengths can be demonstrated by using circles with different distances to the ego. Strengths of ties are not