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ABOUT THE JOURNAL

The International Journal of Creativity & Problem Solving (IJCPS, ISSN 1598-723X) has been formerly entitled ‘The Korean Journal of Thinking & Problem Solving’ and changed to the present title from volume 19(1) of 2009.


IJCPS is published biyearly in April and October by The Korean Association for Thinking Development (KATD).


THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CREATIVITY & PROBLEM SOLVING publishes original empirical and theoretical work on human higher-order cognition, with a particular emphasis on creativity. Whilst the primary focus of the Journal is on empirical/experimental research, the journal will also consider reviews that analyze, critique, or synthesize existing literature or papers that express new theoretical ideas. The journal will emphasize a wide variety of topic areas, such as critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making, as well as all facets of creativity. New methods or advances in creativity assessment are of particular interest, and we strongly encourage submissions from those in psychology, education, and business. We expect empirical papers to have a solid statistical foundation.

Copyright: The material published in this journal is copyright. No part of this journal may be reproduced in any form, by photostat. microform, retrieval system, or any other means, without the prior written permission of the publisher


ISSN:2289-0408
Editor:
James C.Kaufman
Professor of Educational Psychology
University of Connecticut, Neag School of Education 
2131 Hillside Road, Storrs, CT 06269-3007
james.kaufman@uconn.edu


CURRENT ISSUE : Volume 27 Number 1 April 2017

   Expanding Opportunities for Creative Participation: A Systems-based Approac…
   The Devil Made Me Do It: Press and Personality in Malevolent Creativity
   An Art-based Workshop for Families: Learning Emotion Skills and Choosing Cr…
   What Makes a Pencil a Pencil? Exploring the Roles of Working Memory and Int…
   Open Educational Methods and Divergent Thinking (DT): A Preliminary Study i…
     
Publisher: The Korean Association for Thinking Development
Hangaram Core #209, Myung-duk-ro 155, Sueong-1 ga, Daegu, Korea
Tel/Fax: +82(53)-766 5989; www.ijcps-katd.org | www.creativity.or.kr; fpsp209@gmail.com