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Peña, Javier; Muthalib, Makii; Sampedro, Agurne; Cardoso-Botelho, Mafalda; Zabala, Oihana; Ibarretxe-Bilbao, Naroa; García-Guerrero, Acebo; Zubiaurre-Elorza, Leire; Ojeda, Natalia – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
Creativity is a fundamental human accomplishment from scientific advances to composing music. The left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) and inferior frontal gyrus (IFG) are important metacontrol hubs in flexibility and persistence brain states, respectively. Those hubs are related to divergent thinking, insight problem-solving, and…
Descriptors: Creativity, Acoustics, Brain Hemisphere Functions, Comparative Analysis
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Liu, Ting; Li, Pin; Zhang, Skylor Zhitian; Liu, Wanlun – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
Research has demonstrated that on the path from a creative idea to a creative outcome, high creativity motivation and self-efficacy do not necessarily lead to creative behavior. The present study proposed and examined the notion that daily creativity planning could promote creative behavior and contribute to the cultivation of creativity. A total…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Self Efficacy, Creative Development, Creativity
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Acar, Selcuk; Tadik, Harun; Uysal, Recep; Myers, Danielle; Inetas, Betul – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
In the present study, we examined the relationship between socio-economic status (SES) and creativity through a meta-analysis of 885 effect sizes from 151 samples in 117 studies. Analyses of a multivariate model with a robust variance estimator showed a small positive correlation between creativity and SES (r = 0.120, 95% CI [0.086, 0.154]).…
Descriptors: Socioeconomic Status, Creativity, Literature Reviews, Educational Attainment
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Patten, Tena; Stephens, Simon – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
Expanding our understanding of the lived experience of individuals who use their creativity to realize entrepreneurial opportunity is the primary aim of this paper. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis is used, based on two interviews of one-hour duration, with eight participants. The key contribution of this research is the recognition of the…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Creativity, Creative Activities, Models
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Urban, Marek; Urban, Kamila – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
Metacognition and motivation are considered key facets of self-regulation in various contexts. Recent studies identified a link between metacognition and creative performance, with metacognitively aware students performing more creatively and exhibiting higher levels of intrinsic and identified extrinsic motivation. The present study aims to…
Descriptors: College Students, Metacognition, Motivation, Creativity
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Sternberg, Robert J.; Lubart, Todd – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
An investment perspective on creativity, proposed 30 years ago, no longer seems adequate, nor do various revisions of the model made since then. The world, or at least the way many people experience it, has changed and so have the challenges for creativity. In particular, creativity is being used to increasingly greater effect in negative ways and…
Descriptors: Creativity, Integrity, Teaching Methods, Investment
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Gustafsson, Erik – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
More and more research is showing how different environments can lead to greater or lower creative skills. The purpose of this concept paper is to introduce a novel application of the optimal-level of arousal model that could address inconsistencies present in the literature. After introducing possible definitions of creativity, I discuss the…
Descriptors: Creative Thinking, Creativity, Gender Differences, Models
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Buczak, Philip; Huang, He; Forthmann, Boris; Doebler, Philipp – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
Traditionally, researchers employ human raters for scoring responses to creative thinking tasks. Apart from the associated costs this approach entails two potential risks. First, human raters can be subjective in their scoring behavior (inter-rater-variance). Second, individual raters are prone to inconsistent scoring patterns…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Testing, Scoring, Automation, Creative Thinking
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Maliakkal, Nadine T.; Reiter-Palmon, Roni – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
Ample correlational research shows that leader support for creativity is related to subordinate creativity, yet research examining the causality of this relationship experimentally is scant. Furthermore, most studies that demonstrate support for this relationship have used relatively subjective creativity measures that do not tap as effectively…
Descriptors: Adults, Employees, Creativity, Problem Solving
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Liu, Jiabin; Yu, Linwei; Zhao, Xiaoqian; Liu, Yanan; Jiao, Lan – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
This study aimed to investigate the heterogeneity of creativity and the role of interpersonal relationships for creativity subgroups among primary school students. We used latent profile analysis to identify subgroups of creativity among pupils. We then used logistic regression analysis to investigate the role of teacher-student and peer…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Creative Thinking, Creativity
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Ross, Wendy; Groves, Mike – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
Research in creativity often measures creative potential: the number of ideas which can be generated, or the way a novel thought appears in the mind of the thinker. There is much less emphasis on creative thought during the realization of this potential. This paper uses focused cognitive ethnography to explore how creativity is manifest in a…
Descriptors: Creativity, Risk, Self Concept, Attitudes
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Zheng, Mei; Niu, Weihua; Wang, Wei; Cheng, Li; Ma, Tianjiao; Park, Ji Hoon – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
Creativity is one of the essential skills for the 21st century. Although current advancement in the research converges on its dual features (i.e., originality and appropriateness) and the effect of instructional focus, little is known about how culture and work modality (i.e., individual or collaborative) play a role in the effect. This study…
Descriptors: Creativity, Cultural Influences, Predictor Variables, Foreign Countries
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Eon Duval, Philippe; Frick, Aurélien; Denervaud, Solange – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
Creative thinking is critical to overcome many daily life situations. As such, there has been a growing interest on how creative thinking develops during childhood. However, little is known about the underlying mechanisms driving its development. Indeed, almost all research has focused on divergent thinking, leaving aside convergent thinking, and…
Descriptors: Creative Thinking, Convergent Thinking, Child Development, Children
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Hitsuwari, Jimpei; Nomura, Michio – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
Ambiguity tolerance is an individual trait indicating low aversion to ambiguity that is closely related to creativity. Appreciation and discussion of art are known to improve ambiguity tolerance, but the effects of appreciation and discussion have not been studied separately. In this study, we used haiku poetry with the characteristic of ambiguity…
Descriptors: Ambiguity (Context), Poetry, Individual Characteristics, Creativity
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Keith, Melissa G.; Jagacinski, Carolyn M. – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
The current research examines the utility of using creative outcome goals and process goals to enhance creativity. We propose that although creative outcome goals are likely to have a direct positive impact on creativity, the relationship between process goals and creativity is mediated by creative process engagement. Results from an experimental…
Descriptors: Creativity, Objectives, Self Concept, Motivation
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