StatusThe thesis was presented on the 24 October, 2006
Approved by NCAA on the 21 December, 2006
Abstract– 0.21 Mb / in romanian
ThesisCZU 159.928 (043.2)
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Presented here are the results of theoretical and experimental research of relation between intelligence, creativity and capacities to fine arts activity in psychogenetic aspects. The research was executed in base of:
- conception of capacities development in the activities, stated by S.Rubinshtein, B.Teplov, A.Leontiev;
- the idea belonging to L.Vygotskiy, V.Davydov, S.Rubinshtein, concerning definition of the person as a complete system, whose general and special capacities, take the central place in the structure of human psychic.
Universal character of communication between the general capacities and capacities to fine art activity during all school age was established. By experimental way the features of predictive relation and interrelations of capacities to fine arts activity with intelligence and creativity, depending from the age and concrete conditions of capacities to fine arts activity development were established. The investigations were spent with the pupils of younger school age, teenagers and the senior schoolboys in the specialized schools and with general education. Also, was established the following: that relation «intelligence - capacities to fine arts activity» oscillated from average up to strong intensity; and the relation “creativity - capacities to fine arts activity” oscillated from strong up to very strong intensity.
The bilateral relation of interdependence between creativity and capacities to fine art activity and possibility of stimulating and development of capacities to fine art activity by stimulation of the intelligence and creativity was established in the conditions of formating experiment. Also, the complex tool for investigation of capacities to fine arts activity was created and approved, which allowed carrying out of the integral approach for studying of these abilities.
Research results can become a basis for differentiated and individual approach to pupils of
the schools with general education. They are of interest for experts in the psychology field, for the
teachers who develop and perfect the school curriculum, textbooks and guides for teachers, and
for those persons who directly organize the educational process and for the practical psychologists
for studying of the school documentation, in the process of professional orientation and in their
diagnostic, correctional and development activity.
Under consideration  :