How Copying Artwork Affects Students ’ Artistic Creativity

  title={How Copying Artwork Affects Students ’ Artistic Creativity},
  author={Kentaro Ishibashi and Takeshi Okada},
30 undergraduates participated individually in a threeday-drawing experiment. It was explored whether an experience copying others’ drawing facilitated subjects’ artistic creativity. Results showed that drawings by subjects who previously had copied others’ drawings were rated more creative than the drawings of subjects who had not copied. Two further analyses revealed how subjects could produce creative drawings. First, in the examination of constraint relaxation processes, subjects were… CONTINUE READING
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