Introduction to the Volume
Creativity is a dynamic phenomenon (Corazza, GE. Creativity Research Journal, 28:258–267 (2016)). Indeed, change is central to creativity and results in new thoughts, actions, and products (Beghetto 2016). Moreover, there is an exploratory nature to the creative process, which blends both inconclusiveness and achievement. In this way, the trajectory of potentially creative outcomes dynamically changes across time and is influenced by variations in the social, cultural, historical, and material features of the situation.
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