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Dispositional and Situational Autonomy as Moderators of Mood and Creativity
Xiao, Fengqiu1; Wang, Ling2; Chen, Yinghe1; Zheng, Zhiwei3; Chen, Wenjun4
2015-01-02
Source PublicationCREATIVITY RESEARCH JOURNAL
ISSN1040-0419
SubtypeArticle
Volume27Issue:1Pages:76-86
AbstractAlthough previous research suggests that mood can influence creativity, the controversy about the effects of positive and negative moods has raged for years. This study investigated how the relationship between induced mood and creativity is moderated by dispositional and situational autonomy. It contrasted the different moderating effects of the 2 kinds of autonomy. In Experiment 1, 93 participants completed a questionnaire about dispositional autonomy and performed a creative task after watching 1 of 3 film clips, which were to induce positive, negative, or neutral moods. The results of experiment 1 indicated that positive moods prompted creativity and negative moods inhibited creativity when individuals were low in dispositional autonomy (low in autonomous orientation or high in impersonal orientation). In Experiment 2, 73 participants engaged in a game to manipulate levels of situational autonomy and induce positive or negative moods. The results of experiment 2 showed that positive moods fostered greater creativity than did negative moods when individuals were in full-autonomy condition. The different moderating effects of dispositional and situational autonomy are discussed.
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Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/14259
Collection认知与发展心理学研究室
Affiliation1.Beijing Normal Univ, Inst Dev Psychol, Beijing 100875, Peoples R China
2.Capital Normal Univ, Beijing Key Lab Learning & Cognit, Coll Educ, Beijing 100048, Peoples R China
3.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Psychol, Beijing 100864, Peoples R China
4.Univ S Florida, Tampa, FL 33620 USA
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Xiao, Fengqiu,Wang, Ling,Chen, Yinghe,et al. Dispositional and Situational Autonomy as Moderators of Mood and Creativity[J]. CREATIVITY RESEARCH JOURNAL,2015,27(1):76-86.
APA Xiao, Fengqiu,Wang, Ling,Chen, Yinghe,Zheng, Zhiwei,&Chen, Wenjun.(2015).Dispositional and Situational Autonomy as Moderators of Mood and Creativity.CREATIVITY RESEARCH JOURNAL,27(1),76-86.
MLA Xiao, Fengqiu,et al."Dispositional and Situational Autonomy as Moderators of Mood and Creativity".CREATIVITY RESEARCH JOURNAL 27.1(2015):76-86.
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