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Alternative TitleOn the Effect of the Personality of Migrant Supernormal Children Aged 10-12 on Their Creativity
程黎1; 王寅枚1; 李泊1
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Other AbstractThis study, by surveying 66 migrant supemormal children aged 10-12 with a questionnaire, aimsto probe into the development of personality and creativity, as well as the effect of their personality on their cre- ativity. The results show the following: ( 1 ) The migrant supemonnal children aged 10-12 show a steady increase of creativity in various dimensions as they grow up; among them, the lO-year-old group scores significantly lower than the other groups. (2) these supemormal children show a progressive increase of agreeableness, cautious- ness, and openness as they grow up; among them, the 12-year-old group scores significantly higher than the lO- year-old group in agreeableness. (3) the supemormal children' s extraversion can be used to positively predict their fluency (47.9%) and flexibility (56.1% ) in terms of their creativity, whereas their agreeableness can be negatively predict their uniqueness (29.6 % ) in terms of their creativity.
Keyword流动超常儿童 人格 流畅性 变通性 独特性
Subject Area发展心理学
Source Publication中国特殊教育
Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding Author程黎
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程黎,王寅枚,李泊. 10-12岁流动超常儿童人格对创造力的影响[J]. 中国特殊教育,2012(8):16-21+29.
APA 程黎,王寅枚,&李泊.(2012).10-12岁流动超常儿童人格对创造力的影响.中国特殊教育(8),16-21+29.
MLA 程黎,et al."10-12岁流动超常儿童人格对创造力的影响".中国特殊教育 .8(2012):16-21+29.
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