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Personal factors and group creativity characteristics: A correlational meta-analysisuse asterix (*) to get italics
Adrien Alejandro Fillon; Fabien Girandola, Nathalie Bonnardel, Jared Kenworthy, Lionel SouchetPlease use the format "First name initials family name" as in "Marie S. Curie, Niels H. D. Bohr, Albert Einstein, John R. R. Tolkien, Donna T. Strickland"
<p>Previous research has investigated the relationship between personal factors and group creativity outcomes. On one side, they indicated that individual differences play a role in group creativity. On the other side, they showed that group creativity activities have different outcomes, leading to numerous ways to assess effectiveness of creative activity. Nonetheless, no meta-analysis was performed on the relationship between the outcomes of the creative activity and personal factors of the group members. In this Registered Report, we conducted a meta-analysis (n = 11, k = 72) on the relationship between personal factors and group creativity outcomes. We found weak support for a positive correlation between self-efficacy and group creativity outcomes, between r = .04 and r = .67. We found weak support for a moderation effect of time constraint, with a stronger effect between 10 and 20 minutes than less. Finally we found that only a few studies concerning personal factors and creative outcome could be included in the meta-analysis, because they do not directly measure creativity, or they measure other, less common personal factors. We call for a more systematic and direct approach of measuring creativity, and an improvement of open science practices in the field. Data and analysis can be found in:</p>
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brainstorm, creativity, meta-analysis, personality, correlation
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2023-02-21 12:41:02
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