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See detailExploring Different Assessment Techniques of the Test for Creative Thinking – Drawing Production
Kirsch, Christiane; Lubart, Todd; Houssemand, Claude UL

in Collange, Julie; Loarer, Even; Lubart, Todd (Eds.) 1/118 La psychologie différentielle au 21 ème siècle : nouvelles modélisations et applications (2018)

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See detailComparing creative profiles: Architects, social scientists and the general population
Kirsch, Christiane Jeanne G. UL; Lubart, Todd; Houssemand, Claude UL

in Personality and Individual Differences (2016), 94

The aim of this article is to investigate the hybrid approach of creativity, according to which some features are more domain-general whereas others are more domain-specific. The total sample consisted of ... [more ▼]

The aim of this article is to investigate the hybrid approach of creativity, according to which some features are more domain-general whereas others are more domain-specific. The total sample consisted of 359 participants. The hybrid approach was confirmed. Whereas fluid intelligence had a domain-general importance, the role of ego-strength was very domain-specific. Ego-strength was positively involved in adaptive creativity among student architects but negatively in creativity with the social science students: whereas student architects tended to show a “scientific” creative profile, social science students showed an “artistic” creative profile. Finally, as anticipated, people from the general population demonstrated the expected profile for everyday creativity. [less ▲]

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See detailScientific creativity in psychology: Cognitive-Conative Approach
Kirsch, Christiane; Lubart, Todd; de Vries, Herie et al

in Zhou, C. (Ed.) Handbook of research on creative problem-solving skill development in higher education (2016)

The present research investigates the cognitive and conative profile underlying scientific creativity in psychology. An innovative creativity test including, both, divergent and convergent thinking, was ... [more ▼]

The present research investigates the cognitive and conative profile underlying scientific creativity in psychology. An innovative creativity test including, both, divergent and convergent thinking, was used. Whereas the analysis focused on intelligence in the cognitive domain, it focused on personality in the conative domain. The sample consisted of 121 social science students. Results stayed in line with the established hypotheses. Intelligence played a major role for scientific creativity in psychology. With regard to personality, openness and negative agreeableness additionally favored scientific creativity in psychology. In future research, the profile of scientific creativity could be compared with the one of artistic creativity and everyday creativity. [less ▲]

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See detailHybrid approach to creativity: Arts, Science and Everyday Life
Kirsch, Christiane; Lubart, Todd; Houssemand, Claude UL

Book published by Lambert (2016)

The aim of the present research is to explore the degree of domain generality versus specificity of the creative profile in the domains of arts, science and everyday life. Artistic creativity is ... [more ▼]

The aim of the present research is to explore the degree of domain generality versus specificity of the creative profile in the domains of arts, science and everyday life. Artistic creativity is investigated using student architects, scientific creativity using social science students and everyday creativity using the general population. [less ▲]

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See detailCreative personality profile in social sciences: The leading role of autonomy
Kirsch, Christiane; Lubart, Todd; Houssemand, Claude UL

in Creativity Theories-Research-Applications (2015), 2(2), 180-211

The literature on creativity has often focused on the analysis of artists and scientists. The ability to generalize these findings to respective professional sub-disciplines is examined. In particular ... [more ▼]

The literature on creativity has often focused on the analysis of artists and scientists. The ability to generalize these findings to respective professional sub-disciplines is examined. In particular, the present study addresses the generalizability of the personality profile of creative scientists to creative social scientists. Autonomy was found to be the most important personality feature for creativity in social sciences. These results suggest the importance of fostering an autonomous working style. [less ▲]

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See detailCreativity in Everyday Life: Potential, Activities, Achievement
Kirsch, Christiane Jeanne UL; Lubart, Todd; Houssemand, Claude UL

Scientific Conference (2015)

Everyday creativity―also known as little c― includes various domains of creative expression in daily life, like i.e., the arts and sciences. The present intention is to analyze the profile of ordinary ... [more ▼]

Everyday creativity―also known as little c― includes various domains of creative expression in daily life, like i.e., the arts and sciences. The present intention is to analyze the profile of ordinary creators from the general population in various domains. The differential influence of intelligence and personality is explored. The hypothesized model aims to extend the one of Jauk, Benedek, and Neubauer (2014), by introducing further personality predictors. The sample consisted of 101 participants from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg with a mean age of 35 years. Openness remained the only personality predictor in the structural model. In contrast to the model of Jauk et al. (2014), openness was more important for creative potential than for creative activities. Hence, the leading role of openness in the personality domain was confirmed and the model of Jauk et al. (2014) could not be extended by further personality predictors. Implications of this result will be discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailCreativity in student architects: Multivariate approach
Kirsch, Christiane Jeanne UL; Lubart, Todd; Houssemand, Claude UL

in Corazza, Giovanni; Agnoli, Sergio (Eds.) Multidisciplinary contributions to the science of creative thinking (2015)

This chapter proposes an integrative model for creativity in student architects. It is inspired by several theoretical conceptions and adapted to the present population. The established model is an ... [more ▼]

This chapter proposes an integrative model for creativity in student architects. It is inspired by several theoretical conceptions and adapted to the present population. The established model is an initial attempt to build a genuine latent model for the prediction of creativity. This approach can be adapted to different domains of creative achievement: artistic, scientific and everyday life. [less ▲]

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See detailExploring Three Different Assessment Techniques of the Test for Creative Thinking-Drawing Production
Kirsch, Christiane UL; Lubart, Todd

Poster (2014, June)

L’aspect principal de la recherche présente consiste dans la comparaison de trois techniques d’évaluation du Test of Creative Thinking : Drawing Production (Test de Pensée Créative : Production Picturale ... [more ▼]

L’aspect principal de la recherche présente consiste dans la comparaison de trois techniques d’évaluation du Test of Creative Thinking : Drawing Production (Test de Pensée Créative : Production Picturale TPC-PP) (Urban & Jellen, 1995). Il s’agit de déterminer la technique d’évaluation la plus appropriée pour différents types de populations : architectes, psychologues et la population générale. L’échantillon des architectes compte 140 participants (65 femmes, 75 hommes, M = 21.96, ET = 4.37, distribution d’âge: 18-52 ans). L’échantillon des psychologues compte 121 participants (95 femmes, 24 hommes, M = 21.94, ET = 2.22, distribution d’âge: 19-32 ans). L’échantillon de la population générale compte 175 participants (109 femmes, 66 hommes, M = 24.47, ET = 3.52, distribution d’âge: 19-39 ans). Mis à part de la population des architectes, on retrouve des corrélations élevées entre les trois techniques d’évaluation. Ce résultat, quelque peu surprenant, est ramené au niveau d’expertise en dessin des architectes. Il semble bien que dans ce domaine spécifique, il est utile d’avoir recours à des juges experts en matière de dessin ou d’architecture. Des recherches futures pourraient tenter d’établir des modèles de prédiction de la créativité, adaptés aux champs plus vastes des arts, de la science et de la créativité dans la vie de tous les jours. Ils devraient être respectivement basés sur la méthode d’évaluation la plus adaptée à la population concernée. Ceci permettrait de fortifier la mesure du construit de la créativité et d’établir des modèles de prédiction de la créativité plus élaborés et plus spécifiques. [less ▲]

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See detailCreative personality: The importance of an autonomous working style
Kirsch, Christiane Jeanne UL; Lubart, Todd; Houssemand, Claude UL

in Xeni, Elena (Ed.) Creativity in Educational Research and Practice (2014)

Creativity plays an important role in education and on the job market. In this perspective, the present study addresses the personality profile of creative people in specific domains of achievement ... [more ▼]

Creativity plays an important role in education and on the job market. In this perspective, the present study addresses the personality profile of creative people in specific domains of achievement. Literature on creativity is predominantly based on the analysis of psychology students, artists and scientists. The question which emerges from the current state of the art concerns the ability to generalize these findings. Hence, the current study examines additional professional subsamples in terms of their creative personality. The sample consists of 176 participants (109 women, 66 men, MAge = 24.47, SD = 3.52, age range: 19-39 years). In the general sample, only the correlation between creativity and autonomy was significant (r = .16, p < .05). In the sample of psychologists, this correlation was stronger (r = .57, p < .01). These results suggest the importance of fostering an autonomous working style. [less ▲]

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