A Study of Pre-Adolescent Boys Demonstrating Varying Levels of Creativity with Regard to Their Social Adjustment, Peer Acceptance and Academically Related Behavior

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The present study investigated the social adjustment (deviance), peer acceptance and academically related ability of pre-adolescent creative boys in a unique homogeneous school setting. More specifically, the study attempted to deal with the following questions: 1. What types of social deviance are characteristic of children at varying levels of creativity? 2. Is creativity more evident in children demonstrating certain socially deviant characteristics? 3. How much social acceptance is there of children demonstrating varying levels of social deviance and varying levels of creative ability? 4. What relationships exist "between creativity and intellectual ability, academic achievement and social behavior?

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Smith, Robert Houston August 1964.

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The present study investigated the social adjustment (deviance), peer acceptance and academically related ability of pre-adolescent creative boys in a unique homogeneous school setting. More specifically, the study attempted to deal with the following questions: 1. What types of social deviance are characteristic of children at varying levels of creativity? 2. Is creativity more evident in children demonstrating certain socially deviant characteristics? 3. How much social acceptance is there of children demonstrating varying levels of social deviance and varying levels of creative ability? 4. What relationships exist "between creativity and intellectual ability, academic achievement and social behavior?

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Smith, Robert Houston. A Study of Pre-Adolescent Boys Demonstrating Varying Levels of Creativity with Regard to Their Social Adjustment, Peer Acceptance and Academically Related Behavior, dissertation, August 1964; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164197/: accessed November 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .