The Journal of Creative Behavior
Copyright © 2013 Creative Education Foundation
Edited By: Thomas B. Ward
Impact Factor: 1.1
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 27/51 (Psychology Educational)
Online ISSN: 2162-6057
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"If you are planning for a year, sow rice. If you are planning for a decade, plant trees. If you are planning for a lifetime, educate people." - Chinese Proverb
Volume 47, Number 1, a Special Issue on Chinese and American Creativity: Empirical Studies, includes the following articles:
Introduction to the Special Issue on Chinese and American Creativity: Empirical Studies, James C. Kaufman and Weihua Niu
Increasing Students' Scientific Creativity: The “Learn to Think” Intervention Program, Weiping Hu, Baojun Wu, Xiaojuan Jia, Xinfa Yi, Chunyan Duan, Winter Meyer and James C. Kaufman
Is There a Developmental Slump in Creativity in China? The Relationship Between Organizational Climate and Creativity Development in Chinese Adolescents, Xinfa Yi, Weiping Hu, Jonathan A. Plucker and Jenna McWilliams
Cultural Difference in Stereotype Perceptions and Performances in Nonverbal Deductive Reasoning and Creativity, Regine Wong and Weihua Niu
Creativity in the Later Life: Factors Associated with the Creativity of the Chinese Elderly, Wei Zhang and Weihua Niu
Creativity of Chinese and American Cultures: A Synthetic Analysis,Weihua Niu and James C. Kaufman
"Be not afraid of moving slowly, be afraid of standing still." -Chinese Proverb
Volume 46, Number 4, a Special Issue on Chinese and American Creativity: Theoretical Perspectives, includes the following articles:
Introduction to the Special Issue on Chinese and American Creativity: Theoretical Perspectives, James C. Kaufman and Weihua Niu
Recent Transformations in China's Economic, Social, and Education Policies for Promoting Innovation and Creativity, Weiguo Pang and Jonathan A. Plucker
Confucian Ideology and Creativity, Weihua Niu
American and Chinese Similarities and Differences in Defining and Valuing Creative Products, Lan Lan and James C. Kaufman
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Welcome from the Editors
The editorial team of the Journal of Creative Behavior is delighted to welcome all readers and potential contributors to the newest venture for the journal.JCB is the original and longest-standing journal devoted specifically to work that advances our understanding of the phenomenon of creativity in the broadest sense. Since 1967 JCB has been published by the Creative Education Foundation, and the 44 issues to date contain an impressive and extensive body of knowledge about the topic. Beginning in 2012, JCB will be published by Wiley-Blackwell, bringing its wealth of experience and breadth of reach in the publishing world to advance our mission.
Although JCB’s reach will greatly expand with our new Wiley-Blackwell partnership, the core mission of the journal will not change. We still aim to be the prime outlet for the highest quality and most innovative scholarship on the topic of creativity.
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