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Intolerance, uncertainty, and individual behaviour in ambiguous situations

By Katya Stoycheva


Katya Stoycheva holds a PhD degree (University of Sofia, 1993)and Habilitation in Psychology (Institute of Psychology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2004). Her research on creativity and personality focuses on ambiguity tole–rance, creative motivation and creative personality,\ud creative problem solving and decision-making, and measurement of creativity. Her work was supported\ud by TRIS Fellowship from NIAS (1995), Young Investigators Grant from Jacobs Foundation (1996), NATO Scientific Research Fellowship (2001), and a scientific exchange grant from Jacobs Foundation (2002). In 2003 her monograph on ambiguity tolerance appeared, and in 2008 she was invited to present a symposium on ambiguity tolerance and creativity at the International Congress of Psychology.\ud Her other interests involve cultural studies, interdisciplinary art and science, popularisation of psychology, and tolerance and human rights. Katya Stoycheva\ud currently teaches Creativity and Personality and Social Ecology of Creativity at the New Bulgarian University

Topics: Differential and developmental psychology, Personal psychology
Publisher: Faber
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.nbu.bg:1596
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