RELATIONSHIP OF CREATIVE THINKING ABILITIES WITH FAMILY ENVIRONMENT AND INTELLIGENCE AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Dr. Madhuri Hooda , Rani Devi

Abstract


The main purpose of the present investigation is to study the relationship of creative thinking abilities with Family environment and Intelligence among senior secondary school students. A sample of 100 male and female respondents was taken on the basis of multi-stage random sampling method. Creative Thinking Abilities by Mehdi (1985) [19], Intelligence Test by Jalota (1976) [16] and Family environment scale by Bhatia and Chadda (1993) [5] were used for the collection of the data. To study the relationship among variables product moment correlation was used. Data Analysis revealed that creativity dimensions i.e. Fluency, Flexibility and originality of male and female adolescents was negatively related to family environment and Intelligence. However global creativity was positively related to Family environment and Intelligence.


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Family environment, Intelligence, Creative thinking abilities and Senior Secondary school students.

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