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Title: 
Creativity self-efficacy scale as a predictor for classroom behavior in a Chinese student context
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Keywords: 
Creativity self-efficacy
Chinese
Classroom behavior
Issue Date: 
2011
Citation: 
Tan, A. G., Li, J., & Rotgans, J. (2011). Creativity self-efficacy scale as a predictor for classroom behavior in a Chinese student context. The Open Education Journal, 4(1), 90-94.
Abstract: 
Five hundred and forty five Chinese students participated in study aimed to examine multi-dimensionality of
creativity self-efficacy and its contextual (i.e., classroom environment) correlates. Nearly all aspects in the What Happens
in the Classroom Scale (e.g., student cohesiveness, investigation, and task orientation) were found to have significant,
positive correlations with all subscales of creativity self-efficacy (e.g., idea generation, tolerance of ambiguity). Creativity
self-efficacy was a predictor of classroom behavior.
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ISSN: 
1874-9208
Other Identifiers: 
10.2174/1874920801104010090
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