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 This is an interesting book regarding the theoretical creation of computerized storytelling models, which seemed consistent and relevant to the models of musical improvisation. It presents creativity as a form of problem-solving. This is an interesting book regarding the theoretical creation of computerized storytelling models, which seemed consistent and relevant to the models of musical improvisation. It presents creativity as a form of problem-solving.
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-Walczyk, J., Runco, M., Tripp, S., & Smith, C. (2008). The creativity of lying: Divergent thinking and ideational correlates of the resolution in social dilemmas. Creativity Research Journal, 20(3), 328-42. Retrieved April 28, 2013, from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/​10400410802355152+Walczyk, J., Runco, M., Tripp, S., & Smith, C. (2008). The creativity of lying: Divergent thinking and ideational correlates of the resolution in social dilemmas. Creativity Research Journal, 20(3), 328-42. Retrieved April 28, 2013, from http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?​sid=63f493ee-15cf-4d82-9c48-6987329a9466%40sessionmgr114&​vid=2&​hid=103
  
 This article explores the creativity that underlies deception, and contains study results of how college students responded inventively to different social dilemmas. The study focused on whether divergent thinking or ideation was more effective in creating a lie. This article explores the creativity that underlies deception, and contains study results of how college students responded inventively to different social dilemmas. The study focused on whether divergent thinking or ideation was more effective in creating a lie.
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