Title

Malleable Creativity: Priming Content promotes Content-specific Creativity

Publication Type

Conference Paper

Publication Date

2012

Abstract

The current study investigated whether creativity can be boosted by priming and whether the content of the priming can modulate creative performance either in content-general or content-specific manner. Our study demonstrates that implicit priming modulates creative performance in a content-specific way, suggesting that creativity may be a domain-specific skill rather than a domain-general skill.

Discipline

Cognitive Psychology | Social Psychology

Research Areas

Psychology

Publication

Annual International Conference on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology (CBP 2012), 13-14 February 2012

City or Country

Singapore

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