Morningness-eveningness personality and creative thinking among young people who play recreational sport

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Guido M. Cavallera
Giuseppe Boari
Dina Labbrozzi
Emilia Del Bello
Cite this article:  Cavallera, G., Boari, G., Labbrozzi, D., & Del Bello, E. (2011). Morningness-eveningness personality and creative thinking among young people who play recreational sport. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 39(4), 503-518.


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Morningness-eveningness personality and creative thinking were investigated in a sample of young people who play recreational sports. Results showed that male participants were more eveningness-oriented than females; evening types had lower scores in creative thinking, although these were not statistically significant; the elaboration factor of the Torrance Test of Creative Thinking (Torrance, 1989) was positively correlated with taking part in sport activities in the whole sample; and the elaboration and fluidity factors were negatively correlated with intermediate and morningness dispositions. The relationship between the number of hours per week of sport activity, morningness-eveningness personality, and creative thinking was also explored.

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