Features Of Self-Organization Of Students Of Creative Specialties With Different Level Of Manifestation Of Creditity


  • Isaeva Nadezhda Ivanovna



Palabras clave:

creativity, risk appetite, curiosity, complexity of tasks, imagination


An empirical study of the creativity of students in creative specialties was conducted. Self-organization and its psychological means were chosen as a creativity factor: functional – goal-setting, situation analysis, planning, self-control, correction, and personal – volitional efforts. A randomization strategy was used to form the sample. To study the predictors of creativity by means of self-organization, a diagnostic toolkit was selected: a scale of personal creativity and a scale of self-organization. Statistical data processing was carried out using methods of descriptive statistics, Pearson Correlation Coefficient, analysis of variance and pairwise multiple comparisons of mean values. The results of the study showed the influence of self-organization on the level of creativity of students of a creative university. It has been established that among all psychological means of self-organization, the personal variable “volitional efforts” has the strongest influence on the manifestation of creativity, and among functional ones, goal-setting and correction. The article discusses the results of the study, summarizes some of the results and identifies areas for further research in this area.


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Nadezhda Ivanovna, I. (2019). Features Of Self-Organization Of Students Of Creative Specialties With Different Level Of Manifestation Of Creditity. Revista San Gregorio, (36). https://doi.org/10.36097/rsan.v0i36.1222