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|Other Titles:||The Relationships between Gender, Type of Industry, Experience in Creation and Personal Traits, Family, and School Factors that Pertaining to Creativity Development|
Yeh, Yu-chu;Wu, Jing-jyi;Cheng, Ying-Yao
Technology and Information;Family;Personal Traits;Creativity;School
|Issue Date:||2016-09-29 16:56:19 (UTC+8)|
The main purposes of this study were (a) to analyze the differences between male and female R & D personnel in technology and information industries on three correlates of creativity: personal traits, family, and school; and (b) to understand the interaction effects of type of industry and experience in creation on the three correlates of creativity development. Among the 360 R & D participants, 162 were working in information industries while 198 were working in technology industries. The employed instruments were The Inventory of Personal-trait Factors to Creativity Development(IPF-CD), The Inventory of Family Factors to Creativity Development(IFF-CD), The Inventory of School Factors to Creativity Development(ISF-CD), and several questions developed by the researchers. The findings revealed that (a) there were gender differences nin personal traits as well as family and school experiences pertaining to creativity development; (b) experience in creation was an effective predictor for personal traits, but not for family and school factors pertaining to creativity development; (c) type of industry was not an effective predictor for all the three correlates of creativity development; and (d) a positive family and school environment may contribute to the development of creativity but would not necessarily bring about highly creative people.
|Relation:||國立政治大學學報, 82, 125-159|
|Appears in Collections:||[Issue 82] Journal Articles|
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