divergent thinking

NOUN
  1. thinking that moves away in diverging directions so as to involve a variety of aspects and which sometimes lead to novel ideas and solutions; associated with creativity
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  • Inclusion. Embracing diversity and divergent thinking.
  • Meanwhile, on August 10, 1788, one of the greatest of all examples of divergent thinking came into the world.
  • He remarks that successful advertising comes from two contrasting styles of problem-solving, what psychologists have called convergent vs. divergent thinking.
  • In the second chapter, we elaborate theory foundation of this thesis from the Mind Map, divergent thinking, constructivism, and genetic epistemology of J. Piaget.
  • Divergent thinking is when you move outward from specific information to more broadly based generalization.
  • With Spenser's The Faerie Queene as example, the cultivation of the divergent thinking in literature is explored from perspective of "various method appreciation" .
  • To cultivate divergent thinking is an important part of cultivating creativity.
  • It is also very probable that the cognitive style which overinclusive and divergent thinking have in common is strongly inherited.
  • So we result convergent thinking and divergent thinking is the unity of opposites, mutually complementary relationship.
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