The Nature of Creative Development
Stanford University Press, 18.05.2006 - 600 Seiten
The Nature of Creative Development presents a new understanding of the basis of creativity. Describing patterns of development seen in creative individuals, the author shows how creativity grows out of distinctive interests that often form years before one makes his/her main conributions. The book is filled with case studies that analyze creative developments across a wide range of fields. The individuals examined range from Virginia Woolf and Albert Einstein to Thomas Edison and Ray Kroc. The text also considers contemporary creatives interviewed by the author. Feinstein provides a useful framework for those engaged in creative work or in managing such individuals. This text will help the reader understand the nature of creativity, including the difficulties that one may encounter in working creatively and ways to overcome them.
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3 The Development of Creative Interests
4 Intrinsic Sources of Interest
5 Extrinsic and Strategic Factors in the Development of Creative Interests
6 Kinds of Creative Interests
7 The Distinctiveness and Breadth of Creative Interests
8 Resonances and Connections
12 Creativity in Projects
13 Multiple Interests
Patterns of Projects Projects and Interests
Evolution of Interests and Sequences of Interests
16 Difficulties in Creative Development
Modeling Cultural Development
Modeling Individuals in Social Systems
9 Creative Responses
10 Exploration of Creative Interests and Creativity Generation Creative Expertise
11 The Role of Conceptions of Creative Interests and Associated Values and Principles in Guidance Management of Creative Development at the Met...
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