Alternate Uses Test

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In a nutshell
Designed by J.P. Guilford in 1967, the Alternative Uses Test asks you to think of as many uses as possible for a simple object, like a brick or a shoe or a paperclip. The test is usually time-constrained. Practicing this widely used divergent thinking test will help you develop your ability to think creatively. Why not try it out for yourself!Take an object, give yourself a time constraint, for example two minutes, and try to come up with as many alternate uses for that object as possible.