|1 Causes for Concern1|
|Some Legitimate Concerns of Educators2. Guidance
|2 Assessing the Creative
|Deficiencies of Traditional Measures of Intellectual Talent
and Personality Adjustment18. Manifestations of Creative Thinking and Their Measurement22. The Early
Childhood Years23. The Elementary Schools Years27. The High School Years28. Higher Education31. Problems of Criteria and Validity38. Summary42.|
|3 The Minnesota Tests of
|Examples of Specific Tasks45. Evidences of Validity47. Achievement of the Highly Intelligent and the Highly
Creative59. Conclusions62. Summary64.|
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Book title: Guiding Creative Talent.
Contributors: E. Paul Torrance - Author.
Place of publication: Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
Publication year: 1962.
Page number: ix.
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