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Utilizing the Consensual Assessment Technique to Compare Creativity in Drama Spaces

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Balancing Between Roles and Duties – The Creativity of Mothers

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Between Individualism and Collectivism: Perception and Profiles of Creativity in Poland and Japan

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The Creative Problem Finding Hierarchy: A Suggested Model for Understanding Problem Finding

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

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For a Good Poet's Made, as Well as Born: The Relational Ontology of Shakespeare’s Genius

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Shaping Strömsö: Examining Elements in a Creative Process for the Design of New Television Content

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A Bridge Too Far: Conceptual Distance and Creative Ideation

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Approaches to Measuring Creativity: A Systematic Literature Review

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