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Highly creative people redefine problems, analyze ideas, persuade others, and take reasonable risks to help generate ideas (Sternberg 2001). Creativity is certainly among the most important human activity that provides conveniences and products of human inventiveness (Simonton 2000). Despite its importance to society, creativity has received relatively little attention in psychology compared to other research topics (Feist 1999; Sternberg and Lubart 1999).
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