An investigation into differentiated thinking styles of high and low emotional creativity (EC) among university students in light of Sternberg theory.

  • Ali Mahmud Shoeib Professor of Mental Psychology, College of Education, Menofia University, Egypt,
  • Hind Mostafa Mohamed Raslan PhD in Cognitive Psychology, College of Education, Menofia University, Egypt, Hindraslan@yahoo.com
Keywords: Emotional Creativity, Thinking Styles, Sternberg Theory, University students.

Abstract

Abstract: The present study aimed at identifing the differentiated thinking styles of high and low emotional creativity (EC) in light of Sternberg's theory and its relationship with gender among a sample of university students. The study sample consisted of (396) male and female students teachers at the Faculty of Education, Menoufia University, who are enrolled in graduate programs. Instrumentally, the present study used: Emotional Creativity Scale (EC) by Averrill, 1999(modified to Arabic by the present researchers), List of thinking styles by Sternberg&Wagner,1991 (modified to Arabic by (Abu Hashem, 2007). The study results showed that thinking styles differentiated by EC among university students. Also, both thinking styles and EC were differintated by sex.

Keywords: Emotional Creativity ,- Thinking Styles , Sternberg Theory , University students.

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Published
2020-06-15
How to Cite
Shoeib, A., & Raslan, H. (2020). An investigation into differentiated thinking styles of high and low emotional creativity (EC) among university students in light of Sternberg theory. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 3(3), 91 - 138. Retrieved from https://www.iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/220
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