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ERIC Number: EJ163873
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1977
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Relationship of Children's Conceptual Tempo to Problem Solving and Creativity
Rosenfield, Sylvia; And Others
Psychology in the Schools, 14, 3, 364-370, Jul 77
The study examines the role of conceptual tempo in creativity and problem solving. It was hypothesized that reflective children would do well on tasks involving evaluation components, while impulsive children would do well on typical creativity tasks. Results indicated no significant differences among the conceptual tempo groups. (Author)
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