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Creative Potential, Make-believe Play, Family Environment, and Child Rearing Attitudes

Zarpoush, Parvaneh
Abstract
This experiment was conducted to determine if there is a relationship among children's make-believe play, children's creative potentials, parental styles of child rearing. The subjects were 27 children with a mean age of 56.29 months. The children were tested individually using the Multidimensional Stimulus Fluency Measure to assess creative potential. Teachers rated the Make-Believe of each child and the parents completed questionnaires assessing a variety of family variables (PARI and FES). The results indicated a significant relationship between two PARI variables (authoritarian, and democratic), and originality. No significant relationships aomong other variables were found.
Date
1988-12-01
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