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Kan kreativitet ökas genom en lekfull miljö?

Rustas Robin, Jessica LU and Hagblom, Marco LU (2012) PSYK01 20121
Department of Psychology
Abstract
A study was conducted with the purpose of exploring if playful details in the environment would increase creativity. A creativity test (The Creativity Test – Drawing Production) was conducted to shed light on the environmental conditions impact on creativity. The manipulation of the non playful environment was composed using non playful candy. The manipulation of the playful environment was composed using playful candy. A questionnaire was conducted to state if perceived creativity was related to perceived playfulness. The study consisted of 43 participants. The creativity tests did not show any significant increase in creativity after manipulating the environment with a playful condition. Perceived higher creativity did not correlate with... (More)
A study was conducted with the purpose of exploring if playful details in the environment would increase creativity. A creativity test (The Creativity Test – Drawing Production) was conducted to shed light on the environmental conditions impact on creativity. The manipulation of the non playful environment was composed using non playful candy. The manipulation of the playful environment was composed using playful candy. A questionnaire was conducted to state if perceived creativity was related to perceived playfulness. The study consisted of 43 participants. The creativity tests did not show any significant increase in creativity after manipulating the environment with a playful condition. Perceived higher creativity did not correlate with perceived higher playfulness. There were significant differences in perceived creativity and perceived playfulness between the workgroups. The group with significant higher perceived playfulness, with an indication of higher perceived creativity, demonstrates a higher score on the creativity test after the manipulation of the environment with a playful condition. (Less)
Abstract (Swedish)
Ett studie genomfördes i syfte att undersöka om lekfulla detaljer i miljön ökade kreativitet. Kreativitetstest (The Creativity Test – Drawing Production) utfördes för att utreda miljövillkorens påverkan på kreativitet. Miljömanipulation skedde genom ett icke lekfullt villkor och ett lekfullt villkor. Den icke lekfulla miljöpåverkan var godis som uppfattades som icke lekfullt. Den lekfulla miljöpåverkan var godis som uppfattades som lekfullt. En självskattningsenkät genomfördes för att undersöka om upplevd kreativitet var relaterad till upplevd lekfullhet. Undersökningens deltagare bestod av 43 personer. Kreativitetstesterna visade inte på någon signifikant ökning av kreativitet efter manipulering mot en mer lekfull miljö. Högre skattad... (More)
Ett studie genomfördes i syfte att undersöka om lekfulla detaljer i miljön ökade kreativitet. Kreativitetstest (The Creativity Test – Drawing Production) utfördes för att utreda miljövillkorens påverkan på kreativitet. Miljömanipulation skedde genom ett icke lekfullt villkor och ett lekfullt villkor. Den icke lekfulla miljöpåverkan var godis som uppfattades som icke lekfullt. Den lekfulla miljöpåverkan var godis som uppfattades som lekfullt. En självskattningsenkät genomfördes för att undersöka om upplevd kreativitet var relaterad till upplevd lekfullhet. Undersökningens deltagare bestod av 43 personer. Kreativitetstesterna visade inte på någon signifikant ökning av kreativitet efter manipulering mot en mer lekfull miljö. Högre skattad kreativitet korrelerade inte med högre skattad lekfullhet. Signifikanta skillnader i upplevd kreativitet och lekfullhet uppvisades mellan arbetsgrupperna. Gruppen med signifikant högre skattad lekfullhet och en indikation på signifikant högre skattad kreativitet uppvisade högre poäng på kreativitetstestet efter den lekfulla miljöpåverkan. (Less)
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Rustas Robin, Jessica LU and Hagblom, Marco LU
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PSYK01 20121
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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kreativitet, TCT-DC, lekfullhet, fysisk miljö, arbets- och organisationspsykologi, creativity, playfulness, physical environment, work and organizational psychology
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Swedish
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3045806
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2012-09-03 10:30:37
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  author       = {Rustas Robin, Jessica and Hagblom, Marco},
  keyword      = {kreativitet,TCT-DC,lekfullhet,fysisk miljö,arbets- och organisationspsykologi,creativity,playfulness,physical environment,work and organizational psychology},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Kan kreativitet ökas genom en lekfull miljö?},
  year         = {2012},
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