Epilogue: Toward an Integrative Understanding of Creativity, Talent, and Excellence
In this chapter of epilogue, we shall reflect upon the intent of a book on creativity, talent, and excellence. Do the contents of the book chapters represent the contemporary understanding of creativity, talent, and excellence? Does it represent a new direction of knowledge innovation in the fields of creativity, talent, and excellence?
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