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  1. The utility of divergent and convergent thinking in the problem construction processes during creative problem-solving.
  2. Intellectual risk taking: A moderating link between creative confidence and creative behavior?
  3. Creative adaptability and emotional well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic: An international study.
  4. Measuring Everyday Creativity: A Rasch Model Analysis of the Biographical Inventory of Creative Behaviors (BICB) Scale
  5. Network centrality, knowledge searching and creativity: The role of domain
  6. Scoring divergent thinking tests: A review and systematic framework.
  7. Are the Outcomes of Creativity Always Positive?
  8. Good Catch! Using Interdisciplinary Teams and Team Reflexivity to Improve Patient Safety
  9. Facilitating creativity in interdisciplinary design teams using cognitive processes: A review
  10. Creative self-efficacy as mediator between creative mindsets and creative problem-solving
  11. The Role of Problem Construction in Creative Production
  12. Disentangling creative mindsets from creative self-efficacy and creative identity: Do people hold fixed and growth theories of creativity?
  13. The effect of problem construction creativity on solution creativity across multiple everyday problems.
  14. A Definition of Community Crowdsourcing Engagement and Application
  15. Does Generating Multiple Ideas Lead to Increased Creativity? A Comparison of Generating One Idea vs. Many
  16. Fast and furious: The influence of implicit aggression, premeditation, and provoking situations on malevolent creativity.
  17. Predicting the Behavioral Intention to Use Collaborative Meeting Technologies: A Goal Attainment Mediated by Meeting Satisfaction Model
  18. Naturalistic decision making in after-action review meetings: The implementation of and learning from post-fall huddles
  19. Information Technology for Enhancing Team Problem Solving and Decision Making
  20. Growth, renewal, and replication redux.
  21. Pipeline revisions: A call to change.
  22. Can we Really Have an Integrative Theory of Creativity? The Case of Creative Cognition
  23. Construction or Demolition: Does Problem Construction Influence the Ethicality of Creativity?
  24. Creative idea evaluation and selection: Effects of task structure and individual differences
  25. Effect of Achievement Motivation Orientation on Creative Outcomes
  26. Exploring Perceptions of Domain-Specific Creativity
  27. Interactive Effects of Regulatory Focus and Creative Self-Efficacy on Malevolent Creativity
  28. Joint Influence of Problem Construction and Personality on Malevolent Creativity
  29. Transformational Leadership and Creative Problem-Solving: The Mediating Role of Psychological Safety and Reflexivity
  30. Furious activity vs. understanding: How much expertise is needed to evaluate creative work?
  31. The Interactive Effects of Self-Perceptions and Job Requirements on Creative Problem Solving
  32. The effect of emotional intelligence and task type on malevolent creativity.
  33. A theory-driven, longitudinal evaluation of the impact of team training on safety culture in 24 hospitals
  34. Creativity in Teams: An Examination of Team Accuracy in the Idea Evaluation and Selection Process
  35. Leadership, Creative Problem-Solving Capacity, and Creative Performance: The Importance of Knowledge Sharing
  36. Reanalysis of Genetic Data and Rethinking Dopamine's Relationship With Creativity
  37. The Effect of Shared Mental Models on Consensus
  38. A Theoretical Model of User Engagement in Crowdsourcing
  39. Business Creativity: Creativity and Innovation Research in the Workplace
  40. Extracting value through creativity: The role of the leader
  41. Reflexivity Measure
  42. Perfectionism: The good, the bad, and the creative
  43. Evaluation of Self-Perceptions of Creativity: Is It a Useful Criterion?
  44. JCB: Past, Present and Future
  45. Assessing creativity with self-report scales: A review and empirical evaluation.
  46. A Model and Exploratory Field Study on Team Creativity
  47. Exploring the Effects of Personality on Collaboration Technology Transition
  48. Team Creativity and Innovation
  49. Creativity in Interdisciplinary Teams: Barriers to Creativity and Role of Leadership
  50. Criterion makes a difference: Predicting creativity using the Five-Factor Model
  51. Effects of Gender and Racial Attitudes on Sexual Harassment Judgments
  52. Idea Generation: Does Generating Multiple Ideas Lead to Increased Creativity?
  53. Influence of Creative Self-Perception, Self-Efficacy, and Task Realism on Creativity
  54. Measuring Malevolent Creativity: Methodological Issues and Concerns
  55. Promotion Focused Leaders and Problem Construction: Effect on Team Creativity
  56. Self-Awareness Scale--Short Form
  57. Teams and Creativity: Accuracy in Idea Evaluation and Selection
  58. The Influence of Perfectionism and Regulatory Focus on Creativity
  59. Brief assessment of schizotypy: Developing short forms of the Wisconsin Schizotypy Scales
  60. Cantankerous creativity: Honesty–Humility, Agreeableness, and the HEXACO structure of creative achievement
  61. The Genetic Basis of Creativity and Ideational Fluency
  62. Introduction to special issue: The psychology of creativity and innovation in the workplace.
  63. The effect of regulatory focus on idea generation and idea evaluation.
  64. Problem Finding
  65. Career Velocity and Challenging Work Experiences
  66. Clumps of Creativity: Using Latent Class Analysis to Uncover Domains of Creative Accomplishment
  67. Creativity in Teams: The Role of Shared Mental Models
  68. Influence of Team Potency and Task Conflict on Team Creativity
  69. Leadership and Employee Creativity: The Importance of Knowledge Sharing
  70. Team Creativity and Innovation: Current Findings and Future Research Needs
  71. The Effect of Value Congruence on Mentoring Relationships and Outcomes
  72. Wisconsin Schizotypy Scales--Short Form
  73. The Role of Creativity in JDM
  74. Inclusive Leadership and Employee Involvement in Creative Tasks in the Workplace: The Mediating Role of Psychological Safety
  75. Exploring Asynchronous Brainstorming in Large Groups: A Field Comparison of Serial and Parallel Subgroups
  76. Complainant behavioral tone, ambivalent sexism, and perceptions of sexual harassment.
  77. Between cognitive structure and organizational chaos: Quo Vadis innovation research?
  78. Creative performance and the conscientiousness components of achievement and dependability
  79. Is self-evaluation of creativity a useful criterion?
  80. Leadership Experiences and Level of Leadership
  81. The First Anniversary: Stress, Well-Being, and Optimism in Older Widows
  82. A Dialectic Perspective on Problem Identification and Construction
  83. Creativity and domain specificity: The effect of task type on multiple indexes of creative problem-solving.
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  85. Problem identification and construction: What do we know, what is the future?
  86. Personality and creativity: A pattern approach
  87. Comparing two job analysis approaches: Web-based versus focus groups
  88. Regulatory focus: Understanding relationships with individual differences and behavior
  89. Responding Destructively in Leadership Situations: The Role of Personal Values and Problem Construction
  90. Beyond cognitive processes: Antecedents and influences on team cognition
  91. An evaluation on a student mentoring programs
  92. Creativity: The influence of social intelligence, openness, and performance pressure
  93. Motivational effects on creativity: Rewards, goal setting, and regulatory focus
  94. The psychology of sexual harassment law: Responsibility and liability judgments
  95. Development of an O*NET web-based job analysis and its implementation in the U. S. Navy: Lessons learned
  96. Occupationally-specific skills: Using skills to define and understand jobs and their requirements
  97. What we can learn from large-scale human resources initiatives in the Federal Government and Department of Defense
  98. Leaving the Psychology Tower: Nontraditional Programs in I-O Psychology
  99. Leaving the Psychology Tower: Nontraditional Programs in I-O Psychology
  100. Personal Characteristics and Creativity: Traditional and New Factors
  101. Predicting Creativity with Alternative Biodata Question Types
  102. Leadership Behaviors and Subordinate Resilience
  103. Personal Values and Task-Oriented Versus Relationship-Oriented Leader Emergence
  104. Using archival data for I-O research: Advantages, pitfalls, sources, and examples
  105. The Effects of Type and Level of Personal Involvement on Information Search and Problem Solving1
  106. Leadership and creativity: Understanding leadership from a creative problem-solving perspective
  107. The Effects of Goal Orientation and Expected Evaluation on Creativity
  108. The role of basic psychological needs in LMX relationships
  109. Effects of Solution Elicitation Aids and Need for Cognition on the Generation of Solutions to Ill-Structured Problems
  110. Effects of Solution Elicitation Aids and Need for Cognition on the Generation of Solutions to Ill-Structured Problems
  111. A new perspective on the nature of leader-member exchange relationships
  112. The role of implicit leadership theories in LMX relationship development
  113. Computer-based Information Search and Ill-Defined Problem Solving
  114. The relationship between ability, problem type and solution generation
  115. The relationship between the 'Big 5' personality variables and solution generation
  116. Self-reported leadership experiences in relation to inventoried social and emotional intelligence
  117. Development of leadership skills
  118. Item selection counts: A comparison of empirical key and rational scale validities in theory-based and non-theory-based item pools.
  119. Item selection counts: A comparison of empirical key and rational scale validities in theory-based and non-theory-based item pools.
  120. Human Values as Predictors of Depression and Anxiety
  121. The Effect of Goals and Constraints on the Quantity of Solutions for Ill Defined Problems
  122. Solving Everyday Problems Creatively: The Role of Problem Construction and Personality Type
  123. Thinking Creatively at Work: Organization Influences on Creative Problem Solving
  124. Effect of Solution Generation on Cognitive and Affective Reactions to Problems
  125. Personality variables and problem‐construction activities: An exploratory investigation
  126. Leader Knowledge Measure
  127. Process analytic models of creative capacities
  128. Sources of individual differences in spatial visualization ability
  129. Age and experience effects in spatial visualization.
  130. Memory factors in age-related differences in simple reasoning.
  131. Memory factors in age-related differences in simple reasoning.
  132. Memory and age differences in spatial manipulation ability.
  133. Memory and age differences in spatial manipulation ability.
  134. Chapter 13 The effects of empathy on judgments of sexual harassment complaints
  135. Construction or Demolition
  136. Creativity and Meetings: Do Team Meetings Facilitate or Hinder Creative Team Performance?
  137. Creativity and cognitive processes: Multi-level linkages between individual and team cognition
  138. Creativity at Work
  139. Innovation