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Objective: The aim of this study was to compare the effectiveness of the method saving ideas, brainstorming and traditional way on creative self concept and openness to change the of experience in secondary school students in the city of Khorramabad. Methods: A quasi-experimental design 60 students selected by multistage cluster sampling and randomly divided into three groups. All groups Kafman creative concept questionnaire and Bauer (2004) and openness to experience Costa and Mac Lycra (1992) in the pre-test, post-test and follow-up of 2 months, respectively. Data were analyzed by analysis of covariance. Results: The results showed that in the post-test and brainstorming ways to increase the level of self-seeking creative ideas and openness has been experienced. In the follow- up work and brainstorming ways to increase the level of self-seeking creative ideas and openness to experience were not significantly different. and Brainstorming use. Conclusion: saving ideas and brainstorming ways to increase the creative concept and openness are effective experience. So it is better that secondary school teachers to increase creativity and its underlying variables, methods like brainstorming ideas and energy use.
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