Citations with the tag: CREATIVE ability -- Research
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Smith, Chris // Journal of Visual Art Practice; 2008, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p103
This article presents a prefaces by the editor to the issue that features articles regarding practice based versus lead research.
- Quiz exposes teachers' creativity.
Smith, Chris // e.learning age; Apr2011, p3
The article reports on the findings of a study from Adobe which revealed British teachers' creativity.
- Parents' and teachers' implicit theories on children's creativity.
Runco, Mark A.; Johnson, Diane J. // Child Study Journal; 1993, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p91
Outlines the use of social validation methods to examine subjective or implicit theories of children's creativity as seen by parents and teachers. Indicative and contraindicative aspects; Cross-validation of implicit theories with those in previous research; Revision of the `Parental Evaluation...
- How companies can be more creative.
Stern, Sam // HR Magazine; Apr98, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p59
Provides information on the creative potential of companies. Details on the creative act of employees at Japan Railways (JR) East and American Airlines; Details on a study conducted with Dr. Alan Robinson of the University of Massachusetts; Six elements of corporate creativity.
- Post-Avatar Glow.
Hutson, Matthew // Psychology Today; Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p10
The article reports on a study conducted at University of California in Berkeley, California, which suggests that the film "Avatar" may boost creativity, social connectedness and even spirituality.
- Creative people are like sponges.
Hutson, Matthew // Self; Jun2000, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p126
Deals with the research which tested a group of creative people on an imagination scale to prove the claim that creative people are like sponges. Effect of stressful movie scene and relaxation tapes on the subject study.
- Need creative energy?
Hutson, Matthew // Today's Christian Woman; May/Jun98, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p13
Presents information on the effect of exercise on a person's creativity. Result of a British study on the performance of people after an aerobics class; Examples.
- Constraining effects of examples in a creative generation task.
Smith, Steven M.; Ward, Thomas B. // Memory & Cognition; Nov93, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p837
Examines the effects of prior experiences in the creative idea generation task. Influence of conformity hypothesis; Description of experiments; Conformity as a constraint on creative generation of ideas; Support for previous researches; Qualification on the limiting effects of prior experience.
- Better When Brewed.
Jobs, Steve // Professional Safety; Mar2012, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p64
The article looks at a study by researchers at the Radboud University Behavioral Science Institute in the Netherlands on the role of the unconscious in creative ability, suggesting that study subjects who took time out from a problem solving challenge showed improved creative performance.
- Pie in the Sky.
Reistad-Long, Sara // Psychology Today; Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p24
The article reports on a study conducted by psychologist Moshe Bar of Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Harvard University, which focuses on the connection between mood and creativity.
- Creativity: Can it be Trained?
Karkockiene, Daiva // International Journal of Educology; 2005 Special Issue, p51
The article presents information on the results of a research on a special training program to enhance the creativity of students at the Vilnius Pedagogical University in Lithuania. It says that the program has been established based on creative psychology and humanistic psychology concepts. The...
- when height does matter.
Karkockiene, Daiva // Shape; Nov2007, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p36
The article focuses on a research, according to which people think more freely in rooms with high ceilings. The research was conducted at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Experts speculate that elevated ceilings are associated with the sense of having endless possibilities,...
- Teaching for creativity: towards sustainable and replicable pedagogical practice.
McWilliam, Erica; Dawson, Shane // Higher Education; Dec2008, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p633
This article explores the pedagogical significance of recent shifts in scholarly attention away from first generation and towards second generation understandings of creativity. First generation or big �C� creativity locates the creative enterprise as a complex set of behaviours and ideas...
- DESPERATELY SEEKING ADVERTISING CREATIVITY.
Sasser, Sheila L.; Koslow, Scott // Journal of Advertising; Winter2008, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p5
An overview and perspective of advertising creativity research is offered in a "3 Ps" (person, place, and process) framework to shape future research agendas. Emerging methodologies and tools are examined to enable a paradigm shift for academic researchers and emerging scholars seeking to...
- WHEN DEEP STRUCTURES SURFACE.
Goldenberg, Jacob; Mazursky, David // Journal of Advertising; Winter2008, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p21
Recent findings in the creativity and marketing literature have revealed a seemingly unexpected phenomenon: Creative ideas frequently share similar design structures and patterns. The present study extends recent research regarding the impact of creative design structures. It addresses the...
- FROM PERFORMANCE TO MASTERY.
Griffin, W. Glenn // Journal of Advertising; Winter2008, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p95
This study examines the creative process of advertising students training to become art directors and copywriters at two public universities. Using a quasi-experimental method coupled with in-depth interviews, the author investigates the nature of the cognitive process students use to generate...
- THE EFFECT OF AGENCY CREATIVITY ON CAMPAIGN OUTCOMES.
Hairong Li; Wenyu Dou; Guangping Wang; Nan Zhou // Journal of Advertising; Winter2008, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p109
This study examines the effect of agency creativity on campaign outcomes as moderated by different levels of market dynamism and competitive intensity. Using data from matched interviews of advertisers and agency creative teams in China, the study reveals complicated relationships among agency...
- ENVISIONING THE FUTURE OF ADVERTISING CREATIVITY RESEARCH.
Bernardin, Thomas; Kemp-Robertso, Paul; Stewart, David W.; Yan Cheng; Wan, Heather; Rossiter, John R.; Erevelles, Sunil; Roundtree, Robert; Zinkhan, George M.; Fukawa, Nobuyuki // Journal of Advertising; Winter2008, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p131
To provide a future vision of alternative viewpoints moving forward in creativity research, four different perspectives are offered. The first perspective, "Wildfire 2008: Creativity with a Human Touch," offers surprising humanistic and individualistic practitioner insights from breakthrough...
- CREATIVE LEADERS.
Ashley, Christy; Oliver, Jason D. // Journal of Advertising; Spring2010, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p115
How did the dramatic changes in the business environment over the past 30 years affect the development of advertisements? This paper responds to this question with evidence from 120 interviews with creative leaders collected between 1977 and 2007. Creative leaders across the 30-year period were...
- KFC playgrounds stifle children's creativity, CABE claims.
Ashley, Christy; Oliver, Jason D. // Education (14637073); 10/31/2008, Issue 331, p3
The article discusses the relationship between playgrounds and the creativity of children. The article mentions bland play areas, enclosed spaces, and kit, fence and carpet (KFC) playgrounds. The article also mentions a report from the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment titled...
- The art of creating culinary innovations.
Stierand, Marc; Lynch, Paul // Tourism & Hospitality Research; Oct2008, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p337
The life worlds of innovating chefs are identified as important aspects towards a better understanding of culinary innovation. Hence, the concept of personal culinary innovation is proposed as a verifiable way to identify innovators in the field. Current studies, however, interchangeably use the...
- The Relationship Between Creativity, Schizotypy and Intelligence.
Batey, Mark; Furnham, Adrian // Individual Differences Research; Dec2009, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p272
The aim of this study was to determine the extent to which measures of schizotypy and intelligence predicted measures of creativity, as assessed by Divergent Thinking tests and a Word Fluency test. Eighty-five participants were tested on the Wonderlic Personnel Test, the Baddeley Reasoning Test,...
- Creative Brands Spark Creative Behavior.
Batey, Mark; Furnham, Adrian // BizEd; Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p54
The article offers information on a research done by Gavan Fitzsimons and Tanya Chartrand, professors at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business in Durham, North Carolina, and Gr�inne Fitzsimons, an associate professor at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, on the impact of...
- The Great Unknown.
Parpis, Eleftheria // Adweek; 3/24/2008, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p18
The article examines the role of creativity in the creation of effective advertising. The debate over whether advertising is a science or an art began in the industry's infancy. Despite the incredible expansion of marketing research tools for judging the effectiveness of advertising, up to an...
- Teaching and Learning for Creative Achievement: What do Drama/Theatre Teachers Perceive?
McCammon, Laura A.; O'Farrell, Larry; S�b�, Aud Berggraf; Heap, Brian // Arts & Learning Research Journal; 2008, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p61
The first phase of a multinational research project exploring creativity and its relationship to drama/theatre teacher education is reported, addressing these questions: (a) What is creativity, especially as applied to educational settings? (b) How is creativity interpreted in public policy? (c)...
- Cross-Sequential Results on Creativity Development in Childhood Within two Different School Systems: Divergent Performances in Luxembourg Versus German Kindergarten and Elementary School Students.
Krampen, G�nter // Europe's Journal of Psychology; Aug2012, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p423
The aim of the study is conducting methodologically sound, cross-sequential analyses of the creativity development of children attending different school systems. Culture-free tests of creativity (ideational fluency and flexibility) and intelligence were administered in 5 cohorts (two...
- LATE BLOOMERS.
Gladwell, Malcolm // New Yorker; 10/20/2008, Vol. 84 Issue 33, p38
The article discusses the concept of genius and its relation to precocity. The article refers to author Ben Fountain, who quit his job as a lawyer to write a book. The article mentions famous works of art and famous pieces of literature that include Herman Melville's book "Moby Dick," T. S....
- A study on different factors impacting creative habits.
Ronizi, Nahid Gharli; Ronizi, Zahra Gharli // Management Science Letters; 2013, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p329
In this paper, we present an empirical study on employees of a private bank to find important factors influencing creative habits. The proposed study of this paper uses Pearson correlation test to detect any meaningful relationship between independent and dependent variables. The results of the...
- Creative Self-Efficacy and Individual Creativity in Team Contexts: Cross-Level Interactions With Team Informational Resources.
Richter, Andreas W.; van Knippenberg, Daan; Hirst, Giles; Baer, Markus // Journal of Applied Psychology; Nov2012, Vol. 97 Issue 6, p1282
We propose a cross-level perspective on the relation between creative self-efficacy and individual creativity in which team informational resources, comprising both shared "knowledge of who knows what" (KWKW) and functional background diversity, benefit the creativity of individuals more with...
Riva, Giuseppe // CyberPsychology, Behavior & Social Networking; Oct2011, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p627
The article offers information on the Collective Experience of Empathic Data Systems (CEEDs) Project, an initiative that aims to help human analyze large data sets. It states that the project will use sensing systems that focus on bio-signals and non-verbal behaviors of human and associate it to...
- THE EFFECTS OF REPEAT COLLABORATION ON CREATIVE ABRASION.
SKILTON, PAUL F.; DOOLEY, KEVIN J. // Academy of Management Review; Jan2010, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p118
Building on research that suggests a negative relationship between repeat collaboration and team creativity, we propose that team mental models developed in earlier projects are likely to interfere with the processes that constitute creative abrasion: idea generation, disclosure/advocacy, and...
- Regional innovation policies in a globally connected environment.
Mastroeni, Michele; Tait, Joyce; Rosiello, Alessandro // Science & Public Policy (SPP); Feb2013, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p8
The encouragement of innovation at the regional level has been the subject of a series of EU initiatives, but there is, as yet, no overarching framework that provides clear, effective and widely accepted guidance for policy-makers. We identify some of the limitations facing innovation policy in...
- Set Your Clock for Creativity.
HAUPT, JENNIFER // Spirituality & Health; Mar/Apr2013, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p33
The article discusses a research conducted by the Department of Psychology at Michigan State University, according to which people may be contrary to what seems intuitively correct. The study stated that people who are more productive in morning are better with creative insight in the evening...
- Psychotherapist's creativity, personality traits and effectiveness of psychotherapy.
Čukurs, Ervīns; Sebre, Sandra // Annual International Conference on Cognitive & Behavioral Psycho; 2013, p160
The articel presents a study which examined the impact of the level of creativity of psychotherapists on their patients. Psychotherapists were obliged to provide demographic information and complete creativity test and personality questionnaire in order to ascertain the effectiveness of...
- When we enhance cognition with Adderall, do we sacrifice creativity? A preliminary study.
Farah, Martha; Haimm, Caroline; Sankoorikal, Geena; Chatterjee, Anjan // Psychopharmacology; Jan2009, Vol. 202 Issue 1-3, p541
Adderall (mixed amphetamine salts) is used by healthy normal individuals to enhance attention. Research with healthy normal participants and those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder indicate a possible inverse relationship between attentional function and creativity. This raises the...
- HELEN EDWARDS.
Farah, Martha; Haimm, Caroline; Sankoorikal, Geena; Chatterjee, Anjan // Marketing (00253650); 1/9/2013, p22
The author presents her opinion on the importance of creativity in businesses not only in marketing but also on the corporate level. Topics include why songwriter Björn Ulvaeus' work on the ABBA Museum in Sweden is a good example of corporate creativity, why marketers should not be discouraged...
- YARATICILIK VE ULUSAL EĞİTİM PROGRAMLARINDA YARATICILIĞA İLİŞKİN ARAŞTIRMALAR.
Farah, Martha; Haimm, Caroline; Sankoorikal, Geena; Chatterjee, Anjan // e-Journal of New World Sciences Academy (NWSA); 2011, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p362
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- DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL CREATIVITY INVENTORY IN A CHINESE CONTEXT.
Farah, Martha; Haimm, Caroline; Sankoorikal, Geena; Chatterjee, Anjan // Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings; 2011, p1
The article presents research which focused on the validation and development of organizational creativity in a Chinese context. The researchers gathered data from related literatures which dealt with the concepts of team creativity, corporate creativity and employee creativity as depicted in...
- make, believe.
Maeda, John // Print; Apr2009, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p24
The article discusses the author's approach to the creative process. The author is the president of the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Providence, Rhode Island. The author states that creativity is a rigorous process that takes discipline. The author discusses the tools that artists use...
- Learner Creativity and Performance in Written Narrative Tasks.
Pishghadam, Reza; Mehr, Fatemh Javdan // World Journal of Education; Oct2011, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p116
This study aims at examining the relationship between learner creativity and performance in written narrative tasks in the context of Iranian EFL students. To this end, a sample of 222 EFL students from four universities in Mashhad (Iran) participated in this study. Our study involved measuring...
- Organizational Learning Culture - The Missing Link between Innovative Culture and Innovations (Case Study: Saderat Bank of Iran).
Darvish, Hassan; Nazari, Elaheh Alhouei // Economic Insights - Trends & Challenges; 2013, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p1
Increasing competition, international and variable conditions have made innovation and innovativeness inevitable prerequisites for growth, prosperity and revival of today's organizations characterized by dynamism, complexity and ambiguity. In order to overcome these dynamic, complex and...
- How does the Work Environment Affect Physical Movement Behaviour during Communication?
Baumann, Claudia Erni; Boutellier, Roman // Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovation & Entr; 2013, p26
For knowledge generation -- a vital factor for R&D based companies -- an efficient utilization of existing knowledge is crucial. As knowledge becomes more and more specialized, intensive communication between researchers from various disciplines is required. Communication is a key factor for...
- Creativity as a determinant of thinking style in police investigations.
Dean, Geoff; Fahsing, Ivar Andre; Gottschalk, Petter // International Journal of Police Science & Management; Summer2007, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p112
This paper is concerned with how police detectives experience, understand, and think about the process of doing serious and complex criminal investigations. Imagination and creativity are considered inevitably essential components of this process. Investigative thinking by detectives is...
- Creativity Counts.
Dean, Geoff; Fahsing, Ivar Andre; Gottschalk, Petter // T+D; Nov2007, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p17
The article reports on a survey on creativity in the workplace in the U.S. Results revealed that despite the 88% of the respondents who claim their creativity, only 63% admit that creativity in the workplace is attributed to their positions, while 61% believe that such creativity comes from...
- Educating for environmental sustainability and educating for creativity: actively compatible or missed opportunities?
Stables, Kay // International Journal of Technology & Design Education; Jun2009, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p199
This paper identifies the importance of both creativity and environmental sustainability for developing individual learners and society as a whole. It suggests that sometimes these two concepts appear to be in tension and that, politically, each is often championed by different communities. The...
- Small Worlds and Regional Innovation.
Fleming, Lee; King III, Charles; Juda, Adam I. // Organization Science; Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p938
Small-world networks have attracted much theoretical attention and are widely thought to enhance creativity. Yet empirical studies of their evolution and evidence of their benefits remain scarce. We develop and exploit a novel database on patent coauthorship to investigate the effects of...
- The Creative Individual.
Scott, William E. // Academy of Management Journal; Sep65, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p211
Observers of the American management scene have pointed to the recent interest in creativity as one of the more significant developments of our time. Behavioral scientists have also noted an upsurge of interests in creativity, pointing out that systematic investigations of the problem are of...
- Idea Generation and the Quality of the Best Idea.
Girotra, Karan; Terwiesch, Christian; Ulrich, Karl T. // Management Science; Apr2010, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p591
In a wide variety of settings, organizations generate a number of possible solutions to a problem--ideas--and then select a few for further development. We examine the effectiveness of two group structures for such tasks--the team structure, in which the group works together in time and space,...
- Validaci�n del Cuestionario de Autoevaluaci�n de la Creatividad en la Ense�anza Universitaria CACEU-2010.
Labra, Joaqu�n Paredes; De la Herr�n Gasc�n, Aust�n // Estudios Sobre Educacion; 2011, Issue 21, p41
Creativity is a formative vector of teaching and relationships between students and teachers in Higher education. To this end, the self-assessment Questionnaire of Applied Creativity in Higher Education (CACEU-2010) has been designed to determine how university teachers understand creativity...
- Some notions of artistic creativity amongst history of art students acquired through incidental learning.
Newton, Douglas P.; Donkin, Hazel // International Journal of Education through Art; Sep2011, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p283
In the West, creativity may be admired and valued but what it means can be elusive. Rather than being the subject of discussion in the classroom, meaning generally develops incidentally. We elicited twenty final-year history of art students' beliefs about artistic creativity in England using a...