Creativity Tasks and Coding System -- Used in the Plasma Display Window Study
Severson, Rachel L.
Feldman, Erika N.
Kahn, Jr., Peter H.
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Few would disagree about the importance of creativity in human life. At the same time, creativity has proved difficult to measure empirically. In this technical report, we describe three creativity tasks – the Droodle Creativity Task, Modified Droodle Creativity Task, and Unusual Uses Creativity Task – and their corresponding coding systems. The first two are new tasks with novel analyses, the third an existing task with a reconceptualized analysis. All three contribute to the broader literature on conceptualizing and measuring creativity.
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