From Novice to a Rising Creativity Thought Leader: My Thirty-One Months of CPS, Daberechi Okedurum

Being a Sidney J. Parnes Global Fellow and joining the Creative Education Foundation network has fostered a huge breakthrough in my career and personal quest to find purpose and satisfaction in my life. The Fellowship helped me find direction in committing to economic growth in Nigeria, Africa as well as growth for the global society. Unsatisfied with the happenings in my life, I sought a new challenge, trusting... Read more »

The Powerhouse that is “Creative Problem Solving”

By Sebastian Montenegro, participant in CPSI’s YouthWise Program Typically, problems stress people out. When you don’t have the answer, you feel unprepared and worry that you won’t be able to deliver the solution needed. Creative Problem Solving (CPS) gives you confidence even when you don’t have the solutions because CPS teaches you how to find answers. Before learning CPS, I tried to find the one... Read more »

Next Stop: Planet CPSI!

By Charlie Garland If you’re a creativity-oriented person like I am, then you’ve probably experienced a lot of what I’m about to tell you. But, then again, you’ve probably also learned by now how to deal with it in life. Know the feeling you get right after you offer up a creative suggestion, an innovative idea, and outside-the-box thought? People around you invariably give that... Read more »

JCB Impact Factor Continues to Climb

We are pleased to announce the 2016 impact factor scores for the Journal of Creative Behavior (JCB).  Our 2-year impact factor is 1.853 and our 5-year impact factor is 3. These numbers represent the cites in 2016 to articles published in the previous 2- and 5-year periods, divided by the number of citable articles published during those same time periods. The JCB is categorized as a psychology journal, and the high... Read more »