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Judging Popular Novels as Creative Products: Which Creative Attributes Contribute to their Success?

investigation of prestige-suggestion for two types of literary material. The Journal of Psychology , 28 , 303–323. https://doi.org/10.1080/00223980.1949.9916012 Nell, V. (1988). The psychology of reading for pleasure: Needs and gratifications. Reading Research Quarterly , 23 , 6–50. https://doi.org/10.2307/747903 O’Quin, K., & Besemer, S. P. (1989). The development, reliability, and validity of the revised Creative Product Semantic Scale. Creativity Research Journal , 2 , 267–278. https://doi.org/10.1080/10400418909534323 O’Quin, K., & Besemer, S. P

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Creativity’s Need for Relevance in Research and Real Life: Let’s Set a New Agenda for Positive Outcomes

work reliably predicts change in conscientiousness and agreeableness: A direct replication and extension of Hudson, Roberts, and Lodi-Smith (2012). Journal of Research in Personality , 60, 12-23. Hudson, N. W., Roberts, B. W., & Lodi-Smith, J. (2012). Personality trait development and social investment in work. Journal of Research in Personality, 46, 334-344. IBM. (2010). IBM 2010 Global CEO Study: Creativity selected as most crucial factor for future success [press release]. Retrieved from https://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/31670.wss

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Teaching as Creative Process: Perspectives From Personal Narratives

Research Journal, 23, 51-59. Fairweather, E., & Cramond, B. (2010). Infusing creative and critical thinking into the curriculum together. In R. A. Beghetto, J. C. Kaufman, R. A. (Eds.), Nurturing creativity in the classroom. (pp. 113-141). New York, NY, US: Cambridge University Press. Franklin, M. B. (1994). Narratives of change and continuity: Women artists reflect on their work. In M. B. Franklin, B. Kaplan, (Eds.), Development and the arts: Critical perspectives. (pp. 165-191). Hillsdale, NJ, England: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc

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The Building and Renovation History of Vilnius and Kaunas Churches: Dendrochronological Dating and Historical Sources

, Alar, and Dieter Eckstein, “Development of a tree-ring chronology of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) for Estonia as a dating tool and climatic proxy.” Baltic Forestry 9 (2) (2003): 76-82. “Lapista löytyi ennätysvanha mänty,” Finnish Forest Research Institute (Metla). 2007.08.06, acessed May 3, 2017, http://www.metla.fi/tiedotteet/2007/2007-08-06-vanhin-puu.htm. Levandauskas, Vytautas, “Rotušė.“ In Kauno architektūra, ed. Algė Jankevičienė. Vilnius: Mokslas, 1991.257-264. Levandauskas, Vytautas, “Šv. Pranciškaus

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Does the Frequency of Using Emoticons in Computer-Mediated Communication Signal Creativity?

, S. C. (2010). Functions of the nonverbal in CMC: Emoticons and illocutionary force. Communication Theory , 20 (3), 249-268. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-2885.2010.01362.x Dziedziewicz, D., & Karwowski, M. (2015). Development of children’s creative visual imagination: A theoretical model and enhancement programmes. Education 3-13, 43 (4), 382-392. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004279.2015.1020646 Fabri, M., Moore, D. J., & Hobbs, D. J. (2005, September). Empathy and enjoyment in instant messaging. In Proceedings of 19th British HCI group annual

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On Co-Creativity in Playful Classroom Activities

Child Development, 72, 1-30. Runco, M. A. (2003). Education for Creative Potential. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 47(3), 317-324. Runco, M. A., Millar, G., Acar, S., & Cramond, B. (2010). Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking as Predictors of Personal and Public Achievement: A Fifty Year Follow-Up. Creativity Research Journal, 22(4), 361-368. Sawyer, R. K. (2003). Group creativity: Music, theater, collaboration. Mahwah: Erlbaum. Sawyer, K. (2007). Group genius. New York: Basic Books

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Number 13 / Part I. Music. 8. The Development of Music-Pedagogical Education of Ukraine in The 60's –70-ies of The XX Century

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The article has analyzed and systematized the development of musical-pedagogical education in Ukraine in the 60's -70-ies of XX century. It has summarized the experience of training of specialists with higher musical-pedagogical education at the faculties of Humanities, where the 50's - 60's graduates received diplomas of philologists, historians, geographers with additional qualification of a teacher of music and singing. It has also been grounded the establishment of the first musical-pedagogical faculties at educational institutions in different regions of Ukraine (Kyiv, Luhansk, Drohobych, Odesa, Zaporozhia). Having based on the analysis of the archival documents it has been revealed the main directions of the formation of teaching staff of specialized departments, organization of the educational process, creation of the art groups, participation of students in research work, teaching practice at secondary schools. It has been proved the importance of concert performance and musical educational work in the pedagogical formation of prospective teachers of music and singing. Their role in raising the level of musical and aesthetic education of children and youth in the 60's of last century has been proved. The 70‟s years of the twentieth century of the history of Ukraine are known as the years of corresponding changes in the socio-political processes, "thaw" in all spheres of life, particularly in the organization of higher education activity. This period of musical-pedagogical education is characterized by democratization and the search for more advanced forms of the educational-upbringing process.

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Analyst vs Performer. The Importance of Studying The Music Analysis Discipline for The Development of Critical-Analytical Thinking of Perfomer Students

). Teaching Musical Awareness: The development and application of a ‘toolkit’ of strategies for instrumental teachers, British Journal of Music Education , 24 (01), 21-36, DOI: 10.1017/S0265051706007200 15. Ward, V. (2004). The performance teacher as music analyst: a case study, International Journal of Music Education , 22 (3), 248-265, DOI: 10.1177/0255761404047406

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5. Coregraphic Arts Education from the Intercultural Perspective

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Theatre, dancing and singing are arts born out of a common body that share the same idea and means of expression - the human body, these arts manifesting through the most important condition - the artist. The openings exhibited in the theatrical space, spiritless in some people, pragmatic in others, pass on the intimate message of dancing: substance, essence, density.

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Number 13 / Part I. Music. 4. Promoting Development and Change: Civil Disobedience in The Legal-Political Thinking and The Musical Field

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A public, non-violent act not abiding by a recognized rule, and conscientiously done with the intent to frustrate the latter, is called an act of civil disobedience. Those who practice civil disobedience reject a specific rule, considering it unfitting with their own ethical, religious, or artistic values, and are prepared to suffer the indignities which may greet their act. The paper offers a comparative view on civil disobedience in the legalpolitical and the musical field, basing on the conceptualizations by philosophers and legal thinkers as Thoreau, Bedau, Rawls and Dworkin, and briefly analyzing some works by Monteverdi, Mozart and Liszt as examples of civil disobedience.

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