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Title: Dominance Differences in Creativity Thinking between Art and Science Students: A Mix Method Study of Chinese Students of Baise University
Authors: Jinyu Lu
Keywords: Art Students
Science Students
TTCT
Creativity
Issue Date: 16-Dec-2020
Publisher: Bangkok University
Abstract: With the development and changes of the times, creativity has received more and more attention. Research creativity has become an important issue in higher education. The Art and science student show great differences in creativity in different professional fields. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct a comparative study on the creativity of Arts and Science students. This research uses the adapted scale of the Torrance Creative Thinking Test(TTCT)to investigate the creativity of arts and science students of Baise University from the perspective of real performance in fluency, originality, abstractness of titles, elaboration and resistance to premature closure. This article will carry out research from three aspects: First, review the previous research results on the creativity research of Arts and Science students. Second, through the TTCT scale and interviews Baise University students’ creativity on the fluency, originality, abstractness of the title,elaboration and resistance to premature closure are investigated and analyzed. Third, the impact of Arts and Science students' creativity characteristics on business activities and professional development is explored. The following conclusions are finally drawn: (1) The creativity performance of Science students and Arts students of Baise University is inconsistent. (2) Arts students are significantly higher in fluency of creative thinking than Science students, while Science students are significantly higher in exquisiteness and resistance to premature closure, but not in originality and abstractness of titles significant differences. (3) Arts students tend to interact with people in terms of occupational adaptation, and science students tend to engage in precise and meticulous work types. Business activities Arts students adapt to the role of business marketers, while Science students are more suited to the roles of entrepreneurs and senior management
Description: Independent Study (M.M.)--Business Innovation, Graduate School, 2020
Advisor(s): Xavier Parisot
Chulatep Senivongse
Tengfei Long
URI: http://dspace.bu.ac.th/jspui/handle/123456789/4602
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