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The study investigated the relation between teachers' assessments and creativity tests. Earlier research has shown that teachers are not accurate judges of creativity. We sought to clarify what might bias teachers' assessments. Results from creativity tests were compared with school children's self-descriptions and teachers' ratings of creativity. Sixty-one 10-year old children (31 girls, 30 boys) took three creativity tests (e. g. Alternate Uses Test) and filled out a self-image inventory.doi:10.2174/1874920801104010120 fatcat:jopbxfq7kzgg5cwie3reflsz5m