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Test Number 25
Title Denny-Ives Creativity Test
Author Denny, D.; Ives, S.
Category Test
Copyright Date 1964
Availability ETS - TC000794
Restrictions  
Age/Grade Level Intermediate
Cost Microfiche $15.00
Forms  
Source Test in Microfiche, Test Collection
Address Education Testing Service Princeton, NJ 08541
Phone 1-609-734-5689
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Definition Creativity in the dramatic arts involves: fluency, redefinition, originality, and sensitivity.
Purposes This is a research device designed to assess creativity in the dramatic arts.
Characteristics Generating Ideas Digging Deeper into Ideas Listening to One's Inner Voice

Manual
Poor This is reported by ETS. No additional information is on file.

Validity
Poor This is reported by ETS. No additional information is on file.

Reliability
Poor This is reported by ETS. No additional information is on file.

Utility
Fair The instrument is in two parts. There are 4 items taking about 45 minutes to complete.

Interpretation
Poor Part I provides scored for fluency and redefinition. Part II yields scores for originality and sensitivity. Audiotapes and slides are required to administer the test.

Propriety
Poor This is reported by ETS. No additional information is on file.

Reviews & Related Lit
For Manual and abstract see: Journal of Educational Research (1964) 57, pp 250-254.


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