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Selected Concepts in The Development of Drawing Activity in Children Aged 3 to 12

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Development of the Creative Self-Concept

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Potential Mechanisms Underlying the Impact of Imaginative Play on Socio-Emotional Development in Childhood

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Processes Stimulating Dynamic Cooperation in Female Art Groups. A Qualitative Research Report

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Teachers’ Beliefs About Creativity and Possibilities for its Development in Polish High Schools: A Qualitative Study

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“Generic” Creativity as a Predictor or Outcome of Identity Development?

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Creativity in Somebody Else's Shoes

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Slumps and Jumps: Another Look at Developmental Changes in Creative Abilities

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Links Between Creative Performance and Post-Formal Thought

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