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Creativity research in engineering began to blossom in the 1950s. The recommendations of Vannevar Bush, an electrical engineer from MIT, led to establishment of the National Science Foundation in 1950. At the same time, American Psychological Association (APA) President, J.P. Guilford, identified the need for creativity research.
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