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EFFECTIVENESS OF POSITIVE MOOD INDUCING TECHNIQUES ON ENHANCING CREATIVITY FLUENT VERBAL AND FLEXIBILITY STUDENT OF ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY, NAJAF ABAD BRANCH

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 VALIZADEH GHARAGHOOZULU HOSSEIN | ASGARI MOBARAKEH KARIM | KALANTARI MEHRDAD

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 Start Page 143 | End Page 158

Abstract

 Background: Creativity is a human cognitive ability. As a rule, it is affected by a cognitive style. There are bilateral relationship between mood and cognition. As we think about emotional states involved in the formation of mood and emotional states influence on cognitive processes.Purpose: The present study was aimed to investigate the effectiveness of mood induction methods to improve CREATIVITY FLUENT VERBAL and flexibility in the students of Islamic Azad University, Najaf Abad branch.Method: The design of this study was quasi-experimental with a pretest- posttest control group and evaluation. The sample, in this study, was selected randomly from the students of Islamic Azad University, Najaf Abad branch. They were then placed into experimental and control groups. MOOD INDUCTION PROCEDURES were taught for 8 sessions of 90 minutes each experimental group. Instrument included Abedi Creativity Test inventory.Findings: Mood induction methods are significant at the level of (0.05), with the effect of interfering variables 0.546, with a statistical power of 0.95, the increase was in effective verbal fluency. And with the effect of interfering variables 0.129, with the statistical power 0.624, the increased flexibility in post-test was effective in the experimental group.Conclusion: The results of analysis of covariance showed that induction training methods mood (positive) impact on students' creativity and flexibility verbal fluency and increase their creativity scores. There is a significant relationship between mood and creativity induction verbal fluency and flexibility there.

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