Vol.4 No.4 (July 2014)
The Relationship between Intelligence and Creativity
Psychologists still have not reached a consensus on the nature of the relation between intelligence and creativity. The present research, focusing on the levels of creativity and intelligence, combed the past 50 years research conclusion about creativity and intelligence, and synthetically assessed the relationship between creativity and intelligence.
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