Russell’s FourSight™ Research
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Publications Featuring Russell’s FourSight™ Research
Below are three publications featuring Russell’s research of the FourSight™ assessment tool.
Russell published a validated research study, Improving the Understanding of the Impact of Creative Problem Solving Training through an Examination of Individual Differences, where he utilized Kirkpatrick’s Level One evaluation methodology that examined participants’ FourSight™ profile (i.e., an assessment tool that identifies preferences for the personal innovation process) and how they responded to a course in Creative Problem Solving. He also studied how these same participants foresaw applying innovative and critical thinking skills, personally and professionally. This study was conducted under the advisement of Dr. Gerard Puccio, author of the FourSight™.
Russell co-authored and published an article titled Reactions to Creative Problem Solving Training: Does Cognitive Style Make a Difference?in the Fall 2004 (Volume 38, Number 3) edition of the Journal of Creative Behavior, a peer-reviewed scholarly periodical. The article was based upon the research Russell conducted in his research study titled Improving the Understanding of the Impact of Creative Problem Solving Training through an Examination of Individual Differences.
Russell’s research of the FourSight™ led to its commercialization and is highlighted in this publication on page 32 under the heading “CPS Training as Viewed through FourSight Preferences.”
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