Relationship between Emotional Awareness and Social Creativity in Primary School Students | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Relationship between Emotional Awareness and Social Creativity in Primary School Students

Author(s):Vahid Moradkhah and Mahboobeh Alborzi

The present research reviews the relationship between emotional awareness and social creativity. The participants of this research were 234 (120 girls and 114 boys) of the primary school students of the four districts of Shiraz which were selected as the sample unit of the class with the multi-steps clustering sampling method and they filled out the social creativity and emotional awareness questionnaires. The results of the statistical analyses indicated that positive and significant predictor among all of the dimensions of emotional awareness was the dimension of analysis of emotions and the dimension of showing emotions was the significant and negative predictor of social creativity and also the total score of emotional awareness could not predict the social creativity of primary school students. In addition, the results obtained from the independent t-test indicated that there is not significance difference between the emotional awareness of girls and boys; however, the average score of girls in the dimension of innovation and their total score of social creativity is significantly more than boys.

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