Summarizes several caveats related to creativity in young children (e.g., ability grouping benefits only higher-ability students, parents/teacher expectations significantly determine creativity, teachers tend to wrongly perceive boys as having the greatest variability in creativity, more information classrooms generate more creativity). (Howard, Pierce J., PhD. The Owner’s Manual for the Brain. GA: Bard Press, 2000, pp 612-614)

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