Aukštesniųjų klasių mokinių kūrybiškumo ir emocingumo sąsajos

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Aukštesniųjų klasių mokinių kūrybiškumo ir emocingumo sąsajos
Alternative Title:
Interconnection between creativity and emotionality among senior secondary school pupils
In the Journal:
Ugdymo psichologija. 2011, Nr. 22, p. 40-47
Keywords:
LT
Kūrybiškumas; Mokinių tyrimai; Neigiamas emocingumas; Teigiamas emocingumas.
EN
Creativity; Negative affect; Positive affect; Pupils research; Reativity.
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LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjama aukštesniųjų klasių mokinių kūrybiškumo ir emocingumo sąsajos. Kūrybiškumas yra vertinamas kaip asmenybės savybė, apimanti tokius kūrybiškumo aspektus kaip intuicija, fantazija, originalumas, naujumo ir kūrybiškumo siekimas. Tyrime dalyvavo 194 aukštesniųjų klasių mokiniai. Emocingumas – tai asmenybės polinkis patirti daugiau teigiamų ar neigiamų emocijų kasdieniuose išgyvenimuose (per paskutines dvi savaites). [Iš leidinio]

ENThe purpose of this study was to investigate interconnection between creativity and emotionality among senior secondary school pupils. In total there were 194 participants involved in this study, of which there were 70 boys and 124 girls. Participants were divided into two major groups: 81 who study art and the rest 113 were the students of one of Kaunas Gymnasium, whose study specialization was not art, but rather humanitarian, social, technological, biomedical and physical sciences. Participants were asked to fill out the questionnaire, consisting of sociodemographic questions, V. Petrulis Questionnaire of Creativity and Questionnaire of Positive and Negative Affect Schedule - Expanded Form PANAS-X (D. Watson and L.A. Clark (1994). The results of this study had shown, that those students, who are more creative (boys and girls), have a greater capacity to experience more positive affect, guilt, amazement, than those who are not that creative. More creative boys experience more negative affect and sadness, rather than those who are not. The participants of art specialization are more creative than the participants of non-art specializations.The former are more emotional and experience more of a negative and positive affect, fear, guilt, sadness, shyness, fatigue and amazement, rather than the latter. The more creative students of art specialization experience more of a positive affect, rather than those who are less creative. However, the more creative students of non-art specialization experience more positive affect and self-confidence, rather than less creative. The factors of Creativity Questionnaire interface with emotionality in different ways: the factor of originality correlates with negative affect among the boys and with the positive and negative affect among the girls. The factor of fantasy-intuition correlates with negative affect among both groups (boys and girls) and the factor of endeavour of creativity correlates with positive affect among the boys. [text from author]

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1392-639X
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2018-12-17 13:12:20
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