Creativity Research Journal
The Creativity Research Journal publishes high quality, scholarly research capturing the full range of approaches to the study of creativity--behavioral, clinical, cognitive, cross-cultural, developmental, educational, genetic, organizational, psychoanalytic, psychometric and social. Interdisciplinary research is also published, as is research within specific domains such as art and science, as well as research on critical issues such as aesthetics, genius, imagery, imagination, incubation, insight, intuition, metaphor, play, and problem finding and solving. Integrative literature reviews and theoretical pieces that appreciate empirical work are welcome, but purely speculative articles will not be published.
The audience is behavioral, clinical, cognitive, developmental, and educational psychologists, and others interested in the study of creativity.