Comprehensive and definitive review of the field of creativity.
Table of Contents
Part I. Introduction: 1. The concept of creativity: prospects and paradigms Robert J. Sternberg and Todd Lubart; 2. A history of research on creativity Robert S. Albert and Mark Runco; Part II. Methods for Studying Creativity: 3. Psychometric approaches to the study of human creativity Jonathan A. Plucker and Joseph Renzulli; 4. Experimental studies of creativity Mark Runco and Shawn Okuda Sakamoto; 5. The case study method and evolving systems approach for understanding unique creative people at work Howard E. Gruber and Doris Wallace; 6. Creativity from a historiometric perspective Dean Keith Simonton; Part III. Origins of Creativity: 7. Biological bases of creativity Colin Martindale; 8. Evolving creative minds: stories and mechanisms Charles J. Lumsden; 9. The development of creativity David Henry Feldman; Part IV. Creativity, the Self and Environment: 10. Creative cognition Thomas B. Ward, Steven M. Smith and Ronald A. Finke; 11. From case studies to robust generalizations: an approach to the study of creativity Emma Policastro and Howard Gardner; 12. Creativity and knowledge: a challenge to theories Robert W. Weisberg; 13. Creativity and intelligence Robert W. Weisberg and Linda O'Hara; 14. The influence of personality on artistic and scientific creativity Gregory J. Feist; 15. Motivation and creativity Mary Ann Collins and Teresa Amabile; 16. Implications of a systems perspective for the study of creativity Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi; Part V. Special Topics in Creativity: 17. Creativity across cultures Todd I. Lubart; 18. Computer models of creativity Margaret A. Boden; 19. Organizational creativity Wendy M. Williams and Lana T. Yang; 20. Enhancing creativity Raymond S. Nickerson; 21. Prodigies and creativity Michael J. A. Howe; Part VI. Conclusion: 22. Fifty years of creativity research Richard E. Mayer.
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