2 edition of Cognitive style and creativity found in the catalog.
Cognitive style and creativity
by Council of Europe, Council for Cultural Co-operation in Strasbourg
Written in English
Paper from the Educational Research Workshop on gifted children and adolescents - Research and education in Europe, Nijmegen, 23-26 July 1991.
|Contributions||Council for Cultural Co-operation., Educational Research Workshop on Gifted Children and Adolescents - Research and Education in Europe (1991 : Nijmegen)|
|The Physical Object|
Cognitive aspects of creativity can be investigated in articles about altered and transitional states, analogies, attention, cognitive style, divergent thinking, flow and optimal experience, metacognition, metaphors, problem-finding, problem-solving, and remote associates. The study of creativity is burgeoning and multidisciplinary, in that it involves approaches of social, personality, cognitive, clinical, biological, differential, developmental, and educational psychology. The book will be of interest a wide range of psychologist, researchers and :
The reason creativity diminishes as children grow may vary with each stage. For young adolescents, the intense pressure to conform, fit in, and not stand out is one key factor for the (continued) loss of creativity. While teens are known for being impulsive risk-takers, within academic circles they . between the thinking style and cognitive development constructs. In general, students who reasoned at a higher cognitive developmental level tended to use a wider range of think-ing styles than students who reasoned at a lower cognitive developmental level. Implica-tions of results are discussed in relation to education and research.
Cognitive surplus is a synthesis of the surplus of people's time, energy, creativity, and generosity that leads to productivity, creation, and sharing amid technology realms. Shirky's asserts that. creativity-relevant skills) include a cognitive style and personality characteristics that are conducive to independence, risk-taking, and taking new perspectives on problems, as well as a disciplined work style and skills in generating ideas.
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