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Roghaye Ghorbani, Faride Yousefi,
Volume 6, Issue 1 (6-2018)

The purpose of this study was to investigate the structural relationship between creativity and wisdom. Participants were 268 (133 women, 135 men) undergraduate students of Shiraz University which were chosen via random multi-stage cluster sampling method. They completed creativity test and self-report wisdom scale. The data were analyzed using Pearson’s correlation coefficient and the structural equation modeling technique. The results indicated that there was a positive correlation between creativity facets (fluency, flexibility, and originality) and wisdom components (sense of humor, emotional regulation, reflectiveness, openness to experience, and critical life experiences). The result of structural equation modeling showed that creativity had a significance positive effect (β=0.51, p<0.001) on wisdom and can explain 26% of the variances for wisdom. According to the research findings, it can be suggested that as wisdom can be predicted by creativity, educational administers and scholars can train creativity by providing rich environments and raise wise individuals.
Mr Moslem Daneshpayeh, Dr Fariborz Dortaj, Dr Kamran Sheivandi Cholicheh, Dr Ali Delavar, Dr Hasan Asadzadeh Dehrai,
Volume 10, Issue 4 (3-2023)

Spiritual intelligence represents a set of spiritual abilities, capacities, and resources, the use of which in daily life can increase a person's adaptability, and paying attention to it in students as a strength can lay the groundwork for a more successful and desirable professional future in them. The aim of the current research was the effectiveness of wisdom training in spiritual intelligence in students. This research was applied and quasi-experimental with pre-test, post-test and a control group. The statistical population included students of Allameh Tabataba'i University in the academic year 2021-2022, among whom 30 students were selected by convenience sampling method, and divided into an experimental group (n=15) and a control group (n=15). The data collection tool was King's (2008) Spiritual Intelligence Questionnaire (SISRI). The experimental group received 10 sessions of wisdom training. The data were analyzed using the analysis of the covariance test. The results showed that wisdom training was significantly effective in increasing spiritual intelligence, critical existential thinking, the dimension of transcendental consciousness, and the dimension of producing the personal meaning of students. But it did not have a significant effect on the development of students' state of consciousness. As a result, by teaching wisdom and increasing its amount in students, we can increase meaningfulness, transcendental awareness in the lives of students, as a result, increase their spiritual intelligence.

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