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Author:Asli Nazife Kaya , Seniz Cikis
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories Research - Applications, 2017, Vol.4 (1), pp.116-136De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract The aim of this study is to reveal relations between creativity in design and the cognitive developmental stages of designers within a Post-Piagetian approach. In this study design processes were deeply inspected with the aim of obtaining more comprehensive informat...
Author:Jia-Wei Lim , Joo-Yee Phang , Mei-Yan Low ...
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories Research - Applications, 2017, Vol.4 (1), pp.99-115De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract Procrastination has been found to negatively impact academic and job performance. However, little attention has been given to the effect of procrastination on creative performance. Moreover, past studies have mainly focused on the antecedent role of anxiety in procrastin...
Author:Anna Perry , Elena Karpova
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories Research - Applications, 2017, Vol.4 (1), pp.80-98De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract This research examined the effects of past creative experience and attitude toward risk-taking on creativity before and after training. College students enrolled in a creativity course participated in the study. Creativity was assessed by independent experts and self-ass...
Author:Charlotte L. Doyle
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories Research - Applications, 2017, Vol.4 (1), pp.4-24De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract This paper explores the place of teaching in the landscape of creativity. It draws on analyses of interview narratives from dedicated teachers from various educational levels and teaching contexts; none had been singled out as creative by their institutions. Asked w...
Author:Joanna Maria Kwaśniewska , Izabela Lebuda
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories Research - Applications, 2017, Vol.4 (1), pp.137-158De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract We raise two issues in the article at hand: how women who are mothers fulfil their creative needs, and what significance they ascribe to creativity in their role as mothers. A thematic analysis of structured interviews with twenty-seven women suggests that for mothe...
Author:Alexander Schmoelz
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories Research - Applications, 2017, Vol.4 (1), pp.25-64De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract Recent research points to the essential role of creativity in coping with and acting in a changing world. It has been shown that individual, collaborative and communal efforts are a core capacity for acting in and coping with ever changing circumstances, such that a nove...
Author:Agnieszka Grygiel
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories Research - Applications, 2017, Vol.4 (1), pp.159-167De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract The aim of this case study is to describe the social project "Wielkie nić / The Big Thread" - the creation of embroidered messages - which has many features in common with children’s play. Just like play, it needs space, time and rules, but at the same time, also a ...
Author:Bernadeta Didkowska
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories Research - Applications, 2017, Vol.4 (1), pp.65-79De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract More than a hundred years of research on the drawing activity of children and young people shows both a change in the way it is perceived and in its importance for healthy development. Numerous monographs, dissertations, research conducted by psychologists, pedagogu...
Author:Jessica Jacobs
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories Research - Applications, 2018, Vol.5 (1), pp.4-25De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract As the problem-solving methodology of design thinking has gained legitimacy in business and educational environments, this article suggests we also think about incorporating “art thinking” into approaches in design pedagogy. To study what skills and techniques can b...
Author:Ahmed M. Abdulla , Mark A. Runco , Hanadi N. Alsuwaidi ...
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories Research - Applications, 2018, Vol.5 (1), pp.41-54De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract Personal obstacles to creativity were investigated by sampling 297 Arab women from four Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries: Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The Obstacles to Personal Creativity Inventory, as self-report, was used. It asse...

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