In the first article, Marilena Tascilar reports a study that compared planning abilities of gift-ed students and those of their peers. She found that gifted students had better planning abili-ties compared to their peers. That gifted stu-dents are said to have better executive skills may be linked to their better skills in planning. In the second article, Eker and Sak present their research findings on the social validity of the CREACT.
Key words: They found that students had high satisfactions with the use of the CREACT as creativity technique in their courses. The last article of this issue includes research on the relationship between intelligence and crea-tivity, which is known as the threshold hy-pothesis.