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CRTV 301 Drexel

Quiz 1

Guilford APA President; Creativity is a universal trait that ought to be studied.
Torrance Created tests of creative thinking/divergent thinking skills.
Convergent Thinking Identifies a few ideas best suited for action
Individualist Theory of Creativity New mental combination that is expressed in the world; aka "little c" creativity
Sociocultural Theory of Creativity The generation of a product that is judged to be novel and also to be appropriate, useful, our valuable by a suitably knowledgeable social group; aka "big c" creativity
Taylor's Five Types of Creativity Expressive Innovative Emergentive Inventive Productive
Rhodes's "Four P" Framework Product, Person, Process, Press
Divergent Thinking Identifies many ideas, some suited for action, some not
Fluency Ability to create a number (many) of divergent ideas
Flexibility Ability to create a variety (different) of divergent ideas
Originality Ability to create unique ideas
Elaboration Ability to create detailed or fully formed ideas.
Threshold Theory Creativity requires above-average intelligence; extremely high intelligence may limit creativity
Psychometric Measurement of knowledge, abilities, attitudes, personality traits
Cognitive/Biometric Measuring mental processes and traits
Sociocultural Measuring the impact of customs, beliefs, values, and language
Historiometric Measurement of traits through indirect resources such as documents and anecdotal accounts
"T-Shaped" Students Broad knowledge of a number of disciplines combined with detailed knowledge of a specific discipline (can help create divergence and more creative solutions to problems)
Created by: Sarah1948
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