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Creative Press

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Educational Psychology
Course Code
EPSY 430
Professor
Woodward

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Keith Owen
10/3/13
EPSY 430
The Creative Press
The Creative Environment: Blocks, Barriers and Squelchers
Davis (2006)
o Habitat and Learning
Things we say or do that inhibit creativity.
o Rules and Traditions
Customized ways of doing things.
Well-learned, well-engrained.
o Blocks
Perceptual
Seeing things in certain ways.
Ways to change your perspective.
Cultural
Society in which you’re raised in and how it affects your
creativity.
Making small adaptations to products that exist.
Emotional
Any block that interferes with clear thinking.
o Resource Barriers
Time
Money
People
The Creative Environment
Carl Rogers (1962)
o Important Environmental Issues for Individual to Thrive Creatively
Psychological Safety
“Creative Climate” must mirror and embrace what individual
is trying to accomplish.
The ability to get your ideas across.
Society’s willingness to defer judgment until full
realization/implications are discovered.
No harsh or pre-emptive criticism.
Rhodes (1987)
o Environmental Elements Essential for Creativity
Basic Needs of Society met
Van Gundy (1987)
o Cool Creative Climate in Culture
Society not responsive or receptive to idea/innovation.
o Status Hierarchies
Not in a position to suggest change or innovation for fear of
negative evaluation or consequences.

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Keith Owen 10/3/13 EPSY 430 The Creative Press The Creative Environment: Blocks, Barriers and Squelchers  Davis (2006) o Habitat and Learning  Things we say or do that inhibit creativity. o Rules and Traditions  Customized ways of doing things.  Well-learned, well-engrained. o Blocks  Perceptual  Seeing things in certain ways.  Ways to change your perspective.  Cultural  Society in which you’re raised in and how it affects your creativity.  Making small adaptations to products that exist.  Emotional  Any block that interferes with clear thinking. o Resource Barriers  Time  Money  People The Creative Environment  Carl Rogers (1962) o Important Environmental Issues for Individual to Thrive Creatively  Psychological Safety  “Creative Climate” must mirror and embrace what individual is trying to accomplish.  The ability to get your ideas across.  Society’s willingness to defer judgment until full realization/implications are discovered.  No harsh or pre-emptive criticism.  Rhodes (1987) o Environmental Elements Essential for Creativity  Basic Needs of Society met  Van Gundy (1987) o Cool Creative Climate in Culture  Society not responsive or receptive to idea/innovation. o Status Hierarchies  Not in a position to s
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