CREATIVITY AND COGNITIVE COMPLEXITY
The study examined the effectiveness of repertory grids in assessing cognitive complexity as a correlate of creativity. Grids were completed by literary personnel and by representatives of an audio-visual medium. Significant differences were found between creative writers and their literary controls; but the grids failed to discriminate between those of greater and lesser creativity in the audio-visual field.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 January 1980
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