The relationships among ideational fluency, self-reports of creativity, intrinsic versus extrinsic motivation, and perceived parenting style in gifted and nongifted adolescents
Rolen, Laura Lewis
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The purposes of this study were to examine the relationships among creativity, motivational orientation, and perceived parenting style in gifted and nongifted adolescents; to compare gifted and nongifted adolescents in creativity, motivational orientation, and perceived parenting style; and to establish preliminary validation for the Perceptions of Parenting Scale (POPS). The Multidimensional Stimulus Fluency Measure (MSFM), the Student Self-Evaluation of Creativity (SSEC), the Scale of Intrinsic Versus Extrinsic Orientation in the Classroom (IEOS), the Cornell Socialization Inventory (CSI), and the POPS were administered to 37 gifted and 57 nongifted sixth- through twelfth-grade students. IQ scores were obtained from school records.
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