Assessing differences in children with learning disabilities and normally achieving students with a new measure of creativity.

Abstract:

:This study investigates the creative abilities of children with learning disabilities by employing a new measure designed to assess creativity without the use of verbal or analytic skills. Sixteen normally performing and 16 children with learning disabilities were administered this task and a control task of verbal fluency. The children with learning disabilities scored significantly higher on the nonverbal but not the verbal control task.

journal_name

J Learn Disabil

authors

Eisen ML

doi

10.1177/002221948902200715

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1989-08-01 00:00:00

pages

462-4, 451

issue

7

eissn

0022-2194

issn

1538-4780

journal_volume

22

pub_type

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