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Autori: Rački, Željko
Naslov: The kinesthetically creative behaviour: exploring the domain-specificity of creativity in the medium of movement
Izvornik: Proceedings / 14th International Scientific Conference of Sport Kinetics 2018 "Movement in Human Life and Health" / Baić, M. ; Starosta, W. ; Drid, P. ; Konarski, J. M. ; Krističević, T. ; Maksimović, N. (ur.). - Poreč : Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb, Croatia ; Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Novi Sad, Serbia , 2018. 71-76 (ISBN: 978-86-6353-025-6).
Skup: 14th International Scientific Conference of Sport Kinetics 2018 "Movement in Human Life and Health"
Mjesto i datum: Poreč, Hrvatska, 24-27.06.2018.
Ključne riječi: physical education, teacher's self-concept, creative-productive giftedness, art-bias
Sažetak:
PURPOSE of this study was to explore the construct space and the psychometric properties of a new scale measuring creativity in movement. The study aims to add to the currently lacking knowledge on the operationalization and measurement of the kinesthetic behavioural manifestations of creativity in future educators, and its theoretical and practical implications. METHODS: The participants (N = 127) were students of university teacher studies, women aged 22 to 33. They completed a questionnaire in which they rated their own general creativity, as well as creativity across 17 activities. The originally developed instrument used in this study included a questionnaire containing in the previous author's studies collected behaviourally operationalized kinesthetically creative behaviour items focusing on the productivity in the medium of movement. The participants also rated their general intelligence and their psychomotor, spatial, auditory, verbal, and quantitative-numeric abilities. RESULTS: The newly constructed Creativity in Movement Scale (CIMS–14), had mean of inter-item correlations at .47, and high internal consistency (α = .92). As a linear item combination, displaying moderate positive skew, the scale measured the overall kinesthetic creative productivity in the body movement, as it is evident in the convenience sample of young women studying to become teachers (i.e., predominantly dance). In support of both convergent and discriminant scale validity, the CIMS–14 scale correlated as follows with the self-concept constructs: the self-assessed psychomotor abilities, rs(127) = .42, p < .001, auditory abilities, rs(127) = .31, p < .001, and spatial abilities, rs(127) = .23, p = .01. Factor and regression analyses pointed further to the domain-specific nature of creativity in movement and its embeddedness in the general self-concept structure. In CONCLUSION, this study adds to the currently lacking knowledge on how the behaviourally operationalized creativity in movement relates to other domain-specific creativity and ability constructs within the self-concept structure. It calls for further studies in kinesiology, the psychology of creativity, as well as studies on the implicit theories of teachers on creativity and their practices in teaching (for) creativity in physical education.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Poster
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Ostalo
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Psihologija
Upisao u CROSBI: Željko Rački (zracki@foozos.hr), 6. Srp. 2018. u 07:29 sati



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