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A Pragmatic but Hopeful Conception of Creativity: a Conversation with Dr. Barbara Kerr

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The Deep-Play Research group is a loose collective of faculty and graduate students at Arizona State University, California State University, and Michigan State University. Participants include: Danah Henriksen, Sarah Keenan-Lechel, Rohit Mehta, Punya Mishra, Carmen Richardson & Melissa Warr.

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Henriksen, D., Mishra, P. A Pragmatic but Hopeful Conception of Creativity: a Conversation with Dr. Barbara Kerr. TechTrends 64, 195–201 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-020-00476-6

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