Finding Creative Potential on Intelligence Tests via Divergent Production

@article{Kaufman2011FindingCP,
  title={Finding Creative Potential on Intelligence Tests via Divergent Production},
  author={J. Kaufman and S. Kaufman and E. Lichtenberger},
  journal={Canadian Journal of School Psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={26},
  pages={106 - 83}
}
  • J. Kaufman, S. Kaufman, E. Lichtenberger
  • Published 2011
  • Psychology
  • Canadian Journal of School Psychology
  • Assessing creative potential using a comprehensive battery of standardized tests requires a focus on how and why an individual responds in addition to how well they respond. Using the “intelligent testing” philosophy of focusing on the person being tested rather than the measure itself helps psychologists form a more complete picture of an examinee, which may include information about his or her creative potential. Although most aspects of creativity are not present in current individually… CONTINUE READING

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