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Creativity as action: findings from five creative domains
The present paper outlines an action theory of creativity and substantiates this approach by investigating creative expression in five different domains. We propose an action framework for theExpand
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French Validation of the Overexcitability Questionnaire 2: Psychometric Properties and Factorial Structure
Overexcitability corresponds to an overall response to stimulations in 5 domains: psychomotor, sensual, intellectual, imaginational, and emotional. The aim of this study was to develop a FrenchExpand
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Validation factorielle de l'échelle française de stress perçu en milieu professionnel
This article aims to validate the factorial structure of the perceived stress scale (PSS10) within the French working population. The analyses conducted confirmed the presence of two distinctExpand
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How artists create: Creative process and multivariate factors☆
Abstract This study sought to identify the factors that artists consider important for their creativity and to reconstruct, from interviews, the stages of their creative activity. For this purpose,Expand
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The long-term impact of hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy on survivors treated for peritoneal carcinomatosis: a cross-sectional study
BackgroundHyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) after complete surgical resection is currently accepted as a therapeutic option for peritoneal carcinomatosis. However, considerableExpand
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[Factorial validation of the French scale for perceived stress in the workplace].
This article aims to validate the factorial structure of the perceived stress scale (PSS10) within the French working population. The analyses conducted confirmed the presence of two distinctExpand
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A Dynamic and Ecological Approach to the Artistic Creative Process of Arts Students: An Empirical Contribution
The creative process in artistic work is examined. The creative process has often been considered in terms of a sequence of stages that leads to a creative product. A dynamic approach to the artisticExpand
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Creative Processes: Art, Design and Science
Since Wallas (1926), the description of the stages of the creative process concerned creativity in general, including art, science, design or music. But what about differences in the creative processExpand
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Burnout, empathy and their relationships: a qualitative study with residents in General Medicine
Some studies have shown that burnout may have a negative impact on clinical empathy during internship. However, clinical empathy may also be a protective factor, preventing residents fromExpand
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