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F. Froynd, Kh. Kholling

Exploring and Measuring Giftedness and Creativity with the Berlin Intelligence Structure Test

2005. Vol. 2. No. 4. P. 81–93 [issue contents]
This article aims at introducing the Berlin Intelligence Structure test for the diagnosis of giftedness (BIS-HB; Jäger, Holling, Preckel, Schulze, Vock, Suß & Beauducel, 2005). Based on the underlying facet model of Jäger (e.g., 1967, 1982), the BIS-HB is the latest version of a sequence of developed instruments, and it meets high standards of test construction and validation. The test is especially suitable for the identification of high intelligence and allows for the assessment of a broad range of abilities. A particular emphasis of this article is on the psychological construct of creativity, which has long been the focus of both theoreticians and psychometricians (e.g., Sternberg & Lubart, 1999). Creativity is firmly founded within the BIS-model, and thus the exploration of research questions linking the constructs of (academic) intelligence and creativity is made possible.
Citation: Froynd F., Kholling K. (2005) Issledovanie i izmerenie odarennosti i kreativnosti s pomoshch'yu Berlinskogo testa struktury intellekta [Exploring and Measuring Giftedness and Creativity with the Berlin Intelligence Structure Test]. Psychology. Journal of Higher School of Economics, vol. 2, no 4, pp. 81-93 (in Russian)
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