Can Only Intelligent People Be Creative? A Meta-Analysis

  title={Can Only Intelligent People Be Creative? A Meta-Analysis},
  author={K. Kim},
  journal={Journal of Advanced Academics},
  pages={57 - 66}
  • K. Kim
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Advanced Academics
  • Some research has shown that creativity test scores are independent from IQ scores, whereas other research has shown a relationship between the two. To clarify the cumulative evidence in this field, a quantitative review of the relationship between creativity test scores and IQ scores was conducted. Moderating influences of IQ tests, IQ score levels, creativity tests, creativity subscales, creativity test types, gender, age, and below and above the threshold (IQ 120) were examined. Four hundred… CONTINUE READING

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