• Lazar Stošić College for professional studies educators, Aleksinac
  • Irena Stošić Primary School “Jovan Jovanović Zmaj”, Vranje


Creativity, Computer, Children, Video games


This study tried to determine whether the computer had affects on the creativity of children. A random sample of 120 parents were tested to give their opinion. This study used a descriptive-analytical method. The technique which used is the interview, and the main instrument is specially designed for this research. The results shows that the use of computers have affects on the creativity of children. The obtained data were analysed by issues within established research tasks.


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How to Cite

Stošić, L., & Stošić, I. (2014). IMPACT OF COMPUTERS ON THE CREATIVITY OF CHILDREN. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education, 2(2), 29–34. Retrieved from

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