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  • Creative writing study
    by Anna Pike CCCU at 16:06 on 24 July 2017
    Hi, I'm Anna. I’m writing in association with Canterbury Christ Church University, on behalf of Dr Ian Hocking. We are looking for participants to join us in a new scientific study, aiming to find ways to improve writers’ creativity. During the study, we ask you to generate story ideas, and write two very short stories which may help you in your own writing. 

    The study will take around 30 minutes of your time and, although no payment is available, Dr Hocking can provide feedback on your results if requested. Your personal details will remain anonymous. Many thanks in advance for your contribution to this study. 

    Please follow this link to complete the study: https://cccusocialsciences.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_diqQf1RwlZDsD6B

    For more information, please contact:
    Dr Ian Hocking [ian.hocking@canterbury.ac.uk], Tel. +44 (0)1227 767779 ext 3277
    Senior Lecturer in Psychology, School of Psychology, Politics, and Sociology
    Canterbury Christ Church University
    Canterbury, Kent
    CT1 1QU
  • Re: Creative writing study
    by CarlyB at 14:40 on 20 October 2017
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    Edited by CarlyB at 14:43:00 on 20 October 2017
  • Re: Creative writing study
    by KarenBridges at 13:25 on 23 June 2018
    Hi, Anna!

    Creativity is a super-interesting thing to study!
    Have the study findings already been published?
    If so, I'd be very excited to read that article and share the story in my blog. I pay lots of attention to creativity development and writing productively, so any scientific updates would be very welcome.
    Edited by KarenBridges at 13:59:00 on 23 June 2018