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GMATclub Tests: 700 level Researchers propose that creativity is no longer limited by intelligence above a specific IQ level. Some studies show moderate correlations between intelligence and creativity in preschool children with IQ below 120 and a lower correlation in children with IQ above 120. Some other studies (using the WISC-R) found no significant correlations between intelligence and creativity with the exception of a positive relationship within the 131–145 IQ group. Using a different intelligence test (CAT), the correlations between CAT scores and creativity remained insignificant for most groups but were lower than those obtained with the WISC. Which of the following, if true, most weakens the conjecture, creativity is no longer limited by intelligence above a specific IQ level, presented in the above argument? A.Comparison of correlations of different dimensions of creativity at a particular IQ level does not show significant differences in the correlation values. B.Evaluation of the CAT method and WISC method indicates that WISC is a more accurate measurement method than WISC. C.A study proves that the IQ- creativity correlation is lowest for elementary school students and highest for high school students. D.Meta-analysis to estimate the mean correlations below and above an IQ of 120 shows a significant difference between the two values. E.A scatter-plot of the creativity scores and intelligence scores reveals a linear relation.

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