Rasgos del encuentro entre creatividad y religiosidad

Mercedes Olivera, Paola Prozzillo, Pablo Rubio

Abstract


La creatividad es un constructo teórico complejo que permite ser abordado desde múltiples aristas (Kaufman, J.C. & Stemberg, 2010; Sternberg, 2006). A partir de una perspectiva personológica se consideran distintos rasgos -cognitivos, sociales, motivacionales y clínicos- que en su configuración aumentarían la ocurrencia del comportamiento creativo (Feist, 1998, 2010).

Se postula la vinculación entre creatividad y religiosidad, y se realiza una revisión bibliográfica utilizando bases de datos en la búsqueda de argumentaciones con fundamentos empíricos que presenten hipótesis explicativas para la relación, utilizando rasgos de la personalidad.

Se concluye que la relación que se establezca entre religiosidad y creatividad estará fuertemente signada por la conceptualización del constructo de religiosidad con el que se aborde la indagación. Además, podría considerarse que ciertos rasgos de la personalidad como apertura a la experiencia (Corry, Lewis, & Mallett, 2014; Nguyen, 2012; Reutter & Bigatti, 2014), inconformismo (Heilman, 2016; Okulicz-Kozaryn, 2010), motivación intrínseca (Rahimi & Khedmatgozar, 2016), y psicoticismo (Macpherson & Kelly, 2011); median la relación entre los constructos, en las distintas hipótesis explicativas. 


Keywords


creatividad, religiosidad, personalidad, trascendencia

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