It is now online the Article
Relationships between Cognitive Styles and Creativity: The Role of Field Dependence-Independence on Visual Creative Productionby Marco Giancola, Massimiliano Palmiero, Laura Piccardi and Simonetta D’Amico, published in Behavioral Sciences.
It is an open access publication accessible to readers anywhere in the world. Authors found that field independent individuals outperformed field dependent ones in each of the four tasks of the Visual Creative Synthesis Task, showing higher levels of creativity. Results were discussed in light of the better predisposition of field independent individuals in mental imagery, mental manipulation of abstract objects, as well as in using their knowledge during complex tasks that require creativity.