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Correlations Between Pro-Social State De-Individuation and Pro-Individual Trait Creativity Among Secondary School Students in Estonia

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Introduction. An attempt was made to study possible correlations between pro-individual trait (creativity) and pro-social state (de-individuation), among secondary school students in different schools in Tallinn (Estonia).Aim of the Study. To show that different aspects of pro-social behaviour can correlate with and affect pro-individual trait, as creative thinking, in secondary school students, i.e. the age of increased emotional vulnerability.Materials and Methods. In the present study, Torrance Test of Creative Thinking, and de-individuation scale, constructed especially for the current study, was used, the empricial study was carried out in a classroom-environment.Results. There is weak correlationn between creative thinking and de-individuation state.Conclusions. Further studies on the subject are needed to identify the nature of correlations between pro-social and pro-individual traits.
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