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The Cognitive and Personality Determinants of Individual Differences in Thought Creation

Student: Anastasiya Kiyatkina

Supervisor: Vladimir Shadrikov

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Psychology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

This research refers to the field of the psychology of thinking processes. The following investigation aims to analyze the links between cognitive and personality factors and the process of thought creation. In order to achieve the goal mentioned it is important to understand the nature of the phenomena studied by using several methods such as the Cattel IQ Test, IQ Structure Test, Individual typology questionnaire, motivational and emotional tests and the “Thought operation” method. The results of this study suggest that the better understanding of the determinants of thought creation process can help examine the nature of human thought itself. Findings of this project shed more light on the structure of the process of thought producing and give opportunities for further studying of the phenomenon of human thought.

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