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Facilitating Creativity in Adult Learners Through Brainstorming and Play
Higher Education of Social Science
Creativity has become a topic of ever-increasing interest in educational settings. The major findings arrive at two conclusions about creativity: (a) everyone possesses creativity and (b) creativity can be taught and developed. The major focus of creativity research, however, is on children rather than on adults. Thus, the purpose of the study was to examine the effects of brainstorming and play activities on adults' creative performance. Three major findings were found: males outperformedfatcat:7zqhz3mj4jds3a3c4askrybllq