Author(s): Sevtap KANAT, Hikmet Serdar MUTLU
The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of the course "Three-dimensional Imagining through Ceramics in Medicine"on the students of the Faculty of MedicineTerm II, Inonu University, in terms of contributions on Mental and Behaviour dimensions. A total of 80 people were enrolled the course "Three-dimensional Imagining through Ceramics in Medicine"which took 12 weeks. This study was carried outwith 45 volunteer medical students, 23 (51.11%) female and 22 (48.89%) male. In there search, qualitative researchs method was used like collecting detailed and in-depthdata, directly learning the mental and behavioral creativity characteristics of the participants, and understanding and explaining current situations. Participants were asked open-ended questions about their creativity in the mental and behavioral processes they observed in this course. The answers of the students to these questions were analyzed qualitatively and analyzed by the content analys is method.