Stop Sugar-coating Creativity!

About three-quarters of what you’ve read about creativity in the
fields of psychology and neuroscience is derived from some type
of divergent thinking test. To be more precise, this includes the
Torrance Test; Remote Association Test (RAT); and Alternative
Uses Test (AUT). All of these are based on the assumption that
someone’s ability to produce multiple solutions to an inquiry is
a proxy for creativity.

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