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Creativity in Men and Women: Threat, Other-Interest, and Self-Assessment
Previous research into gender and creativity has provided little evidence for consistent differences between men and women in creative performance. This research revisits this topic by proposing a person x situation approach, ...
Creativity in Its Social Context: The Interplay of Organizational Norms, Situational Threat, and Gender
Past research has frequently made the assumptions that creativity is an individual, rather than social, behavior; that the factors shaping creative behavior influence everyone in the same way; and that these factors always ...