What is a training method to improve fixed thinking and make use of creative abilities in the business scene?
walking and showering are effective, and research that effective sleep techniques used by Edison and Dali. increase. A paper published in November 2022 in the Scientific Journal of Psychology offers new tricks to unleash the creativity of people with rigid thinking.
In order to improve 'creative ability (creativity / creativity)', various ideas are known, such as research that
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In order to make creative talent bloom, it is useful to try actions recommended by entrepreneurs, designers, writers, artists, and other people who do creative work, but it is also useful to understand the mechanism by which the brain demonstrates creativity. It is also important to Past studies have pointed out that creative work progresses more when the brain is tired, and claims that exercise and walking improve creative abilities.
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In a paper published in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes , a scientific journal dealing with organizational behavior and psychology, the idea goes beyond the idea of temporarily improving creative ability, showing that ``creative ability can be improved through training.'' it was done. In particular, the paper suggests that a sensory and emotional approach can improve creative abilities, even for people whose jobs tend to be rigid and rule-based.
In the experiment, 335 unspecified people recruited by crowdsourcing were first ranked by ``emotional openness''. Here, in addition to people who express a lot of emotions, people who have intellectual curiosity, sensitivity to aesthetics, and are highly adaptable to new experiences and ideas are positioned as having a high degree of emotional openness. The participants then watched scenes from the film that elicited anger, while being instructed to 'restrain their emotions,' 'distract themselves by thinking about other things,' and 'evaluate the film emotionally.' be doing.
After watching the film, participants were asked for ideas on how they could use the space in the building that was vacated by the closure of the cafeteria. The ideas submitted by the participants were viewed by an expert unaware of the participant's category or condition and assessed for their level of creative ability.
In the next experiment, another group of 177 participants was asked to write about ``very angry experiences in the past''. Then, participants additionally responded to ``What would happen if you looked at the experience from another emotional perspective?'' or ``What would be a distraction from the angry experience?''
In two experiments, the researchers found that participants who repressed their emotions or used distractions displayed higher levels of creative ability. On the other hand, the group that didn't try to regulate their emotions was less creative. In the paper, controlling negative emotions by suppressing or distracting them is called 'emotion regulation strategy' and is shown as training to demonstrate creative ability.
According to the paper, participants who were originally evaluated as having high creative ability were not significantly affected by the improvement of creative ability by the emotion regulation strategy. Researchers believe that ``people with high creative ability tend to be trained regularly to readjust their emotions, so the results of the experiment were not noticeable.''
Lily Chu, the lead author of the paper and an assistant professor at Washington State University , said, 'This training, which emphasizes that controlling emotions improves creative ability, can help employees develop creative thinking skills in the workplace. It can also be used to improve the productivity of employees who tend to get stuck in accounting and data analysis.” “Negative emotions are inevitable in the workplace,” Chu added. increase.
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