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Modes of thinking in young children: A study of the creativity-intelligence distinction.

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  title={Modes of thinking in young children: A study of the creativity-intelligence distinction.},
  author={Michael A. Wallach and Nathan Kogan},
  year={1965}
}
The twofold aim of the research reported in this book is first, to determine whether solid evidence could be found that would support the validity of a distinction between intelligence and creativity as modes of cognitive activity, and second, if a distinction between these concepts could be given acceptable empirical support, to investigate the possible psychological correlates of individual differences in creativity and intelligence when variations along these two dimensions were considered… 

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