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Title: 暗黙の知能観に関する認知的研究―洞察問題課題に着目して―
Other Titles: Cognitive study about implicit theories of intelligence : Focusing on insight problem task
Authors: 市村, 祐樹
井田, 政則
ICHIMURA, Yuki
IDA, Masanori
Keywords: Implicit Theories of Intelligence
Incremental theory
Fixed theory
Insight problem task
Failure
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2018
Publisher: 立正大学心理学部
Abstract:  There are two theories in implicit theories of intelligence. Those are incremental theory and fixed theory. Incremental theory is a belief that I can change my intelligence. Fixed theory is a belief that I can’t change my intelligence by myself. Usually, implicit theories of intelligence are studied in educational psychology, developmental psychology and motivational psychology. Recently, implicit theories are studied in other perspectives as well. The purpose of this study is to search for relationship between implicit theories of intelligence and cognitive task which is insight problem task. In this study, implicit theories of intelligence are measured by theories of intelligence scale measure conscious level and theories of intelligence IAT( Implicit Association Test) measure unconscious level. Results showed that incremental theory holders solved the insight problem task more faster than fixed theory holders in conscious and unconscious level. Finally, these results are considered that the malleability of theories of intelligence affect constraints of thinking.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/6576
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