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Evaluation and testing in creativity

Brinck, Ingar LU (2003) In Philosophical Dimensions of Logic and Science. Selected contributed papers from the 11th International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, 320. p.331-344
Abstract
In situations that require creative thinking, there is no well-known procedure for how to reach the goal, or the solution. Among other things, it is not clear how choices between outcomes are made, or when the search for a solution should terminate. The article focusses on the evaluation of solutions that are generated during the search. The general question concerns the standards according to which evaluation is made. Are they at all similar to those that are used in normal problem-solving? Another question relates to the stages of the processs during which evauation occurs. Is it during the whole process that evaluations are made, or only towards the end?
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creativity
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Philosophical Dimensions of Logic and Science. Selected contributed papers from the 11th International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science,
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Rojszczak, Arthur; Cachro, Jacek and Kurczewski, G.
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320
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331 - 344
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Kluwer
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  • WOS:000189414400024
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1-4020-1645-x
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English
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