GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) Psychology Thinking-Thinking Theories, Applications and Issues Study Material (Page 2 of 4)

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Creativity: Getzels & Jackson Theory

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Getzels & Jackson Theory

During 1900s, theorists were interested to study the relationship between creativity and intelligence. There were many controversies related to creativity, that is which of the concepts are connected to achievement or intelligence. Some of the researchers argued that the measurement of creative thinking is closely related to that of intelligence or academic achievement. According to them a minimum level of intelligent quotient is …

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Creativity: Wallach & Kogan

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Wallach & Kogan

Michael A Wallach and Nathan Kogan tried to examine the relationship between intelligence and creativity. They together wrote a book named “Models of thinking in young children (1965) ” . In this book, he tested many experiments. Such tests were used to measure intelligence and creativity. They applied three verbal tests and two visual tests which are discussed as follows:

Types of Verbal Te…

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