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Ozga, Wioletta Karina; Cudo, Andrzej – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
Are there differences in divergent thinking and personality traits between students who attend art-based high schools and non-art-based high schools? The main goal of this exploratory study was to focus on this question and to explore the factors that might differentiate a sample of art and non-art high school students. We addressed these…
Descriptors: High School Students, Art Education, Creative Thinking, Personality Traits
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Makris, Stavros; Welch, Graham F.; Himonides, Evangelos – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
The purpose of this study was to explore music teachers' perceptions of, and approaches to, creativity in Primary education. Even though teachers' perceptions on creativity have been investigated broadly and extensively, qualitative research on music teachers' beliefs nurturing the students' creativity in Primary education are less common. In the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Creativity
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van de Kamp, Marie-Thérèse; Admiraal, Wilfried; Coertjens, Liesje; Goossens, Maarten; Rijlaarsdam, Gert – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
This study examines "specific" exploration activities in students' visual arts portfolios from secondary education. Creating original visual arts products requires exploration according to Getzels and Csiksentmihalyi ("The creative vision. A longitudinal study of problem finding in Art." New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.,…
Descriptors: Discovery Learning, Learning Activities, Visual Arts, Design
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Chiapello, Laureline – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
Using a transdisciplinary approach, this paper shows how creativity studies and game design research can complement each other and open new research avenues. In order to study the role of creativity in game designers' practice, we first touch on the epistemological foundations of creativity studies and game design research. After presenting these…
Descriptors: Creativity, Interdisciplinary Approach, Epistemology, Content Analysis
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Jones-Chick, Rachael; Kelloway, E. Kevin; Birdi, Kamal – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
We evaluated an individually focused version of the CLEAR IDEAS framework for innovation training. One hundred fifty online participants were randomly assigned to either an idea generation training (IDEAS), idea generation plus idea implementation training (CLEAR IDEAS), or a control group. Post-test ratings of the quality of ideas produced and…
Descriptors: Concept Formation, Training, Innovation, Creativity
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Alves-Oliveira, Patrícia; Arriaga, Patrícia; Xavier, Carla; Hoffman, Guy; Paiva, Ana – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
Creativity plays a central role in children's development and well-being, being considered a crucial skill to thrive in their personal and professional lives. Given its importance, researchers and educators highlighted the need to enhance creativity in individuals across the lifespan. However, it is crucial to understand how interventions and…
Descriptors: Creativity, Creative Development, Elementary School Students, Classification
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Ceh, Simon Majed; Edelmann, Carina; Hofer, Gabriela; Benedek, Mathias – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
Creativity research crucially relies on creativity evaluations by external raters, but it is not clear what properties characterize good raters. In the present study, we investigated whether rater personality and rater creativity are related to discernment (i.e., the ability to distinguish creative from uncreative responses) when evaluating…
Descriptors: Novices, Evaluators, Creativity, Personality Traits
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Sternberg, Robert J.; Karami, Sareh – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
This article presents an 8P theoretical framework for understanding creativity and theories of creativity. The 8Ps are purpose, press, person, problem, process, product, propulsion, and public. The article opens by distinguishing between a theory and a model, on the one hand, and a theoretical framework, on the other. It then considers briefly…
Descriptors: Creativity, Theories, Models
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Liang, Qianlin; Niu, Weihua; Cheng, Li; Qin, Kexin – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
The present research involved two studies that investigated the creativity development of Chinese children and young adolescents (9-14 years old). It was hypothesized that family socio-economic status (SES), perceived parenting (e.g., parental autonomy support, involvement, and overcontrol), and after-school activities contribute to the…
Descriptors: Creativity, Family Characteristics, Family Influence, Child Rearing
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Ratcliffe, Eleanor; Gatersleben, Birgitta; Sowden, Paul T.; Korpela, Kalevi M. – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
Experience of nature is widely linked to well-being, including psychological restoration. Benefits to creativity have been explored in a limited number of studies which refer to theories of restorative environments as frameworks, but it is unclear which aspects of the environment and person-nature transactions are implicated in these processes. In…
Descriptors: Natural Resources, Creativity, Public Opinion, Creative Activities
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Ivcevic, Zorana; Hoffmann, Jessica D. – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
In a sample of high school students (preliminary study: N = 224; main study: N = 235 and 194 at two time points in the beginning and the end of the school year), we developed and tested a self-report measure of attitudes toward creativity. Exploratory factor analyses identified and replicated one factor of positive attitudes toward…
Descriptors: Creativity, High School Students, Student Attitudes, Value Judgment
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Sadler-Smith, Eugene; Akstinaite, Vita – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
Insight and intuition are important concepts in creativity research and creative behavior with applications in a wide variety of professional and business domains. Understanding and articulating their similarities and differences is important theoretically and practically. Researchers and practitioners can benefit from the application of new…
Descriptors: Identification, Intuition, Discourse Analysis, Computational Linguistics
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Goddard, Murray J. – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
Despite widespread misunderstandings, B.F. Skinner did not ignore creativity. The present article first integrates Skinner's writings with some current research in creativity that focuses on the role of near associations in creative innovations. Next, Skinner's writings are integrated with the role of the unconscious in creativity, including some…
Descriptors: Creativity, Evolution, Innovation, Role
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Kapoor, Hansika; Kaufman, James C. – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
Creativity, and more recently dark creativity, have yet to be studied in relation to moral foundations, especially against the background of dark traits. This study identified moral foundations that predicted creativity, particularly malevolent creativity, after accounting for Dark Triad/Tetrad traits. Data (N = 529, M[subscript age] = 20.10…
Descriptors: Creativity, Moral Values, Personality Traits, Prediction
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Leung, Angela K.-y.; Koh, Brandon; Phang, Riyang; Lee, Sean T. H.; Huang, Tengjiao – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
Research has recognized that people regulate their emotions not only for seeking pleasurable experiences but also for receiving instrumental gains. We draw on the theoretical framework of instrumental emotion regulation (IER; Tamir, 2005, 2009) to shed new light on the relationships among creativity, emotion, and psychological well-being. We…
Descriptors: Creativity, Well Being, Emotional Response, Self Control
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