The present study aimed to explore the effect of positive and negative creativity on the career construction process during adolescence. Since creativity has been conceptualized as a useful resource for identity construction, we tested the influence of creativity on future orientation, assessing the role of career adaptability. 338 high school students participated to the study. Structural equation model showed gender differences since hypothesized relations were only found significant in females. Results highlight a different function of positive creativity in Italian boys and girls. The use of creativity in career counseling for adolescents, through technological tools, is discussed.

From creativity to future: The role of career adaptability / Fusco, L.; Parola, A.; Sica, L. S.. - 2524:(2019). (Intervento presentato al convegno 1st Symposium on Psychology-Based Technologies, PSYCHOBIT 2019 tenutosi a ita nel 2019).

From creativity to future: The role of career adaptability

Fusco L.;Parola A.;Sica L. S.
2019

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The present study aimed to explore the effect of positive and negative creativity on the career construction process during adolescence. Since creativity has been conceptualized as a useful resource for identity construction, we tested the influence of creativity on future orientation, assessing the role of career adaptability. 338 high school students participated to the study. Structural equation model showed gender differences since hypothesized relations were only found significant in females. Results highlight a different function of positive creativity in Italian boys and girls. The use of creativity in career counseling for adolescents, through technological tools, is discussed.
2019
From creativity to future: The role of career adaptability / Fusco, L.; Parola, A.; Sica, L. S.. - 2524:(2019). (Intervento presentato al convegno 1st Symposium on Psychology-Based Technologies, PSYCHOBIT 2019 tenutosi a ita nel 2019).
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