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Title: A study of socio-psychological correlates of learning-thinking style and creativity of secondary school students
Researcher: Neetu
Guide(s): Sharma, Parveen
Keywords: Education
Upload Date: 2-Apr-2013
University: Maharshi Dayanand University
Completed Date: 2011
Abstract: During the last few decades, there has been a radical change in every field on account of scientific inventions and technological advancement. To meet the challenges and requirements of this fast developing society, young people need to grow in the ability to think rationally and to express their thoughts clearly. Independent thinking, careful analysis and objective assessment contribute to the success in any field. Thinking is related to the learning because Knowledge of a person affects ones thinking pattern. Thinking is one of the most important aspects of one s cognitive behaviour. It is universally acknowledged fact that the progress of any nation depends mainly on the utilization of potential of its intellectually gifted and creatively talented individuals to the maximum. This study is a deliberate attempt to study the socio-psychological correlates (i.e. personality and socio-economic status) in relation to learning and thinking style and creativity of secondary school students. In the present study entitled A STUDY OF SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF LEARNING-THINKING STYLE AND CREATIVITY OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS , the socio psychological correlates is a variable which is taken as an independent variable includes the variable like: Socio includes socio-economic status and Psychological correlates includes personality variables. Main objectives of the study were to see the relationship between socio-economic status and learning-thinking style; socio-economic status and creativity; personality and learning thinking style and personality and creativity of secondary school students. The study is also aimed to find out the significance of difference between mean scores of learning thinking styles and creativity of secondary school students belonging to different socio economic status, gender, location of school and group of personality traits. To attain the objectives null hypotheses were framed. Descriptive survey method of research was used in executing the present study.
Pagination: 187p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/7850
Appears in Departments:Department of Education

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