INFLUENCE OF THINKING STYLE ON INVOLVEMENT AND EFFECTIVENESS OF PERFORMANCE OF EXPERIMENTAL TASKS
A.M. Kustubaeva, A.T. Kamzanova
Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
The article deals with the relation of the rational and intuitive thinking styles with the involvement in the activity and the indicators of its effectiveness. Preference of the rational thinking style was associated with higher concentration and higher average results of the task performance. Predominance of the intuitive style was associated with higher tension, motivation to succeed, labour input and frustration. Equal involvement of rational and intuitive systems showed the highest rates of effectiveness of the task performance.
Keywords: involvement, thinking styles, rational, intuition, attention span.