Encyclopedia Of Creativity, 2nd Edition

  • Mark Runco
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  • ISBN-10: 0123750385
  • ISBN-13: 9780123750389
  • DDC: 153.3503
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1494 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released August 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011

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Overview

Covers the definition of creativity, the development and expression of creativity across the lifespan, the environmental conditions that encourage or discourage creativity, creativity within specific disciplines like music, dance, film, art, literature, etc., the relationship of creativity and mental health, intelligence, and learning styles, and the process of being creative.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Contents.
About the Editors-in-Chief.
About the Executive Advisory Board.
Preface.
How to Use the Encyclopedia.
1: Acting.
2: Adaptation, Adaptiveness, and Creativity.
3: Advertising with Art: Creative Visuals.
4: Aesthetics and Creativity.
5: Aging.
6: Altered and Transitional States.
7: Analogies.
8: Architecture.
9: Art and Aesthetics.
10: Art, Artists, and Arts Audiences: Their Implications for the Psychology of Creativity.
11: Associative Theory.
12: Asynchronicity.
13: Attention.
14: Attitudes and Creativity.
15: Attribution and Creativity.
16: Aurobindo, Sri 1872–1950: A Yogi and a Poet.
17: Awards.
18: Barriers to Creativity and Creative Attitudes.
19: The Beatles.
20: Beethoven, Ludwig van 1770–1827.
21: Behavioral Approaches to Creativity.
22: Bell, Alexander Graham 1847–1922.
23: Bipolar Mood Disorders.
24: Birth Order.
25: Bohm, David 1917–1992.
26: Brain and Neuropsychology.
27: The Brontë Sisters Charlotte Brontë (Currer Bell) 1816–1855 Anne Brontë (Acton Bell) 1818–1848 Emily Brontë (Ellis Bell) 1820–1849.
28: Business/Management.
29: Carroll, Lewis (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) 1832–1898.
30: Cassatt, Mary 1844–1926.
31: Cézanne, Paul 1839–1906.
32: Chaos Theory and Creativity.
33: Chaplin, Charlie 1889–1977.
34: Child, Julia 1912–2004.
35: Claudel, Camille 1864–1943.
36: Climate for Creativity.
37: Cognitive Style and Creativity.
38: Collaboration.
39: Componential Models of Creativity.
40: Computers and Creativity.
41: Conformity.
42: Confucianism.
43: Consensual Assessment.
44: Contrarianism and Creativity.
45: Creative Environments, Conditions, and Settings.
46: Creative Products.
47: The Creative Sector and Class of Society.
48: Creative Trajectories.
49: Creativity Complex.
50: Creativity in Science.
51: Creativity Through History.
52: Creativity Training.
53: Crime and Creativity.
54: Critical Thinking.
55: Cross-Cultural Differences in Creativity.
56: Cultural Diversity and Creativity.
57: Curie, Marie Sklodowska 1867–1934.
58: da Vinci, Leonardo 1452–1519.
59: Dance and Creativity.
60: The Dark Side of Creativity.
61: Darwin, Charles Robert 1809–1882.
62: Definitions of Creativity.
63: Design.
64: Developmental Trends in Creative Abilities and Potentials.
65: Deviance.
66: Dialectical Thinking: Further Implications for Creative Thinking.
67: Dinesen, Isak 1885–1962.
68: Discovery.
69: Distribution of Creativity.
70: Divergent Thinking.
71: Domains of Creativity.
72: Dreams and Creativity.
73: East vs. West.
74: Eccentricity.
75: Economic Perspectives on Creativity.
76: Education and Creativity.
77: Einstein, Albert 1879–1955.
78: Eminence.
79: Emotion/Affect.
80: Enhancement of Creativity.
81: Entrepreneurship.
82: Everyday Creativity.
83: Evolving Systems Approach.
84: Exercises.
85: Expertise.
86: Expressive Arts Therapy.
87: Families and Creativity.
88: Film.
89: Fitzgerald, Ella 1917–1996.
90: Flow and Optimal Experience.
91: Food, Creativity of Recipes, Pairings, Menus.
92: The Four Ps of Creativity: Person, Product, Process, and Press.
93: Freud, Sigmund 1856–1939.
94: Friendship and Creativity.
95: Gandhi, Mahatma 1869–1948.
96: Gender Differences.
97: Genetics.
98: Genius and Greatness.
99: Giftedness and Creativity.
100: Group Creativity.
101: Haydn, Joseph 1732–1809.
102: Handwriting and Creativity.
103: Hepburn, Katharine 1907–2003.
104: Heuristics: Strategies in Creative Problem Solving.
105: Historical Conceptions of Creativity.
106: Historiometry.
107: Hopper, Grace Murray 1906–1992.
108: Humor and Creativity.
109: Imagination.
110: Implicit Theories.
111: Improvisation.
112: Incubation.
113: Innovation.
114: Insight.
115: Intelligence (as Related to Creativity).
116: Interest Inventories.
117: Intuition.
118: Invention.