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. McCurdy , H. G. ( 1960 ): The childhood pattern of genius . Horizon , 2 , 33 – 38 . 47. Melrose , L. ( 1989 ): The Creative Personality and the Creative Process . University Press of

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. – Bartol , K. M. ( 2010 ): Linking Empowering Leadership and Employee Creativity: the Influence of Psychological Empowerment, Intrinsic Motivation and Creative Process Engagement . Academy of Management Journal 53 ( 1 ): 107 – 128

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Longitudinal Study of Self-Regulationin Children’s Musical Practice, Music Education Research, 3, 169–186. Mednick , S. A. (1962) The associative basis of the creative process Psychological Review, 69 , 220

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Psychology, , 52 ( 6 ) 1258 – 1265 . M EDNICK , S. A. ( 1962 ). The associative basis of the creative process . Psychological Review , 69 ( 3 ) , 220 – 232

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. Grewe , O. , Nagel , F. , Kopiez , R. , & Altenmüller , E. ( 2007 ). Listening to music as a re-creative process: Physiological, psychological, and psychoacoustical correlates of chills and strong emotions . Music Perception: An

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Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Authors: Anna Székely, Solomon Gwerevende, Jorge Poveda Yánez, Gábor Klaniczay, and Peter Zolczer

specialists of dance anthropology to grasp the kind of creative processes conducted by South American directors who resonate with the so-called post-dramatic perspective. The application of which proves to require an eclectic exercise of composition that is

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with the sole purpose of promoting the arts as well as the development and growth of artistic culture in Cyprus. 14 The foundation is strongly committed to artistic excellence and the development of creative process, and it has managed to establish a

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). The richness of inner experience: Relating styles of daydreaming to creative processes . Frontiers in Psychology , 6 , 2063 . https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.02063 . 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.02063 Zsila , Á. , McCutcheon , L. E. , & Demetrovics

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their creative process ( Harman, McKim, & Mogar, 1966 ). One study reported that lifetime use of classical psychedelics (but not that of other substances examined) was found to predict pro-environmental behavior through an increase in nature relatedness

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W: Paper preparation R: Substantial contribution to the creative process, that is, to the conception and design of the study, or to the analysis and interpretation of the data; be able to

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