The Creativity Research Journal (CRJ) is one of the primary mechanisms disseminating scholarly research on creativity and its various expressions. Rankings of journal citation impact (one of the most useful indicators of research quality) places the CRJ in the top 50 of all of psychology journals and in the top 20 for educational psychology. Several Nobel Laureates have articles in it. It is interdisciplinary and international. In fact, individuals and institutions in more than 60 countries contribute or subscribe to the CRJ. Articles on giftedness and related topics appear on a regular basis in it. This entry presents a short history and overview of the CRJ.

Background and History

The CRJ was founded in 1988. Only one issue was published that year, and it was published ...

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