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Extraversion and creative regression during playful painting



Extraversion and creative regression during playful painting



Recreation Research Review 11(1): 6-10



Extraverts (E) have been earmarked as less potentially creative than Introverts (I) because of their shorter attention span, their lesser inclination towards introspection, and their general craving for external stimulation. The purpose of the present study was to test if E's creative potential could be enhanced by manipulating their play environment. The subjects were 35 volunteer students from Ottawa University with a median age of 22.3 years.

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