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The Cambridge Handbook of Creativity across Domains

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James C. Kaufman, Vlad Glăveanu, John Baer, Joanna Szen-Ziemiańska, Izabela Lebuda, Maciej Karwowski, Dean Keith Simonton, Keith Oatley, Maja Djikic, Matthew Pelowski, Helmut Leder, Pablo Tinio, Oshin Vartanian, Joanna Serafin, Stephen J. Dollinger, Thalia R. Goldstein, Anne G. Levy, Aaron Kozbelt, Paula Thomson, Gregory J. Feist, Mei Tan, Elena L. Grigorenko, Dean Keith Simonton, David H. Cropley, Arthur J. Cropley, Bree L. Sandwith, Ugur Sak, Ülkü Ayvaz, Bilge Bal-Sezerel, N. Nazlı Özdemir, Paul Joseph Barnett, Ralf Romeike, Mark Kilgour, Marie Taillard, Benjamin G. Voyer, Kevin Mitchell, Roni Reiter-Palmon, Kylie Peppler, Nathalie Bonnardel, Carole Bouchard, Elias Carayannis, Phillip Harvard, Gregory N. Mandel, Jeou-Shyan Horng, Lin Lin, Daniel Memmert, Allison B. Kaufman, William J. O'Hearn, Gina Scott Ligon, Karyn Sporer, Douglas C. Derrick, Zorana Ivcevic, Marina Ebert, Jessica D. Hoffmann, Marc A. Brackett, Ronald A. Beghetto, Rodica Ioana Damian, Reese Tou, Marie J. C. Forgeard, Jeanette G. Elstein, Sandra Russ, Claire Wallace, Molly Holinge
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  • Date Published: September 2017
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107110182

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  • Creativity is of rising interest to scholars and laypeople alike. Creativity in the arts, however, is very different from creativity in science, business, sports, cooking, or teaching. This book brings together top experts in the field from around the world to discuss creativity across many different domains. Each chapter includes clear definitions, intriguing research, potential measures, and suggestions for development or future directions. After a broad discussion of creativity across different domains, subsequent chapters look deeper into those individual domains (traditional arts, sciences, business, newer domains, and everyday life) to explore how creativity varies when expressed in different ways. Ultimately, the book offers a future-looking perspective integrating the different variations of creativity across domains.

    • Offers the most expansive and complete coverage of creativity research in different domains to date
    • Presents a large assemblage of both established experts and rising stars across multiple disciplines and cultures
    • The focus on theories, assessment, and empirical studies enables readers to relate the content to their specific area of interest
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    • Date Published: September 2017
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107110182
    • length: 682 pages
    • dimensions: 261 x 184 x 35 mm
    • weight: 1.54kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Creativity and Domains:
    1. Creativity across different domains: an expansive approach James C. Kaufman, Vlad Glăveanu and John Baer
    2. The amusement park theoretical model of creativity: an attempt to bridge the domain specificity/generality gap John Baer and James C. Kaufman
    3. Mix and match: opportunities, conditions, and limitations of cross-domain creativity Joanna Szen-Ziemiańska, Izabela Lebuda and Maciej Karwowski
    4. Domain-general creativity: on generating original, useful, and surprising combinations Dean Keith Simonton
    Part II. Creativity in the Traditional Arts:
    5. The creativity of literary writing Keith Oatley and Maja Djikic
    6. Creativity in the visual arts Matthew Pelowski, Helmut Leder and Pablo Tinio
    7. The creation and aesthetic appreciation of architecture Oshin Vartanian
    8. Photography and creativity Joanna Serafin and Stephen J. Dollinger
    9. The constricted muse: acting Thalia R. Goldstein and Anne G. Levy
    10. Musical creativity Aaron Kozbelt
    11. Dance Paula Thomson
    Part III. Creativity in the Sciences:
    12. Creativity in the physical sciences Gregory J. Feist
    13. Biomedicine, creativity, and the story of AIDS Mei Tan and Elena L. Grigorenko
    14. Creativity in psychology: finding its niche in the sciences Dean Keith Simonton
    15. Creativity in the engineering domain David H. Cropley, Arthur J. Cropley and Bree L. Sandwith
    16. Creativity in the domain of mathematics Ugur Sak, Ülkü Ayvaz, Bilge Bal-Sezerel and N. Nazlı Özdemir
    17. Creativity in computer science Paul Joseph Barnett and Ralf Romeike
    Part IV. Creativity in Business:
    18. Advertising - generating creative ideas in a complex environment Mark Kilgour
    19. Marketing Marie Taillard and Benjamin G. Voyer
    20. Creative leadership: how problem solving, decision making and organizational context influence leadership creativity Kevin Mitchell and Roni Reiter-Palmon
    21. Creativity in educational technologies Kylie Peppler
    22. Creativity in design Nathalie Bonnardel and Carole Bouchard
    23. A minimalist model for measuring entrepreneurial creativity Elias Carayannis and Phillip Harvard
    Part V. Newer Domains for Creativity Research:
    24. Intellectual property: does the law influence creativity? Gregory N. Mandel
    25. Gastronomy and culinary creativity Jeou-Shyan Horng and Lin Lin
    26. Tactical creativity in sport Daniel Memmert
    27. Creativity in non-human animals Allison B. Kaufman and William J. O'Hearn
    28. Violent innovation: creativity in the domain of terrorism Gina Scott Ligon, Karyn Sporer and Douglas C. Derrick
    Part VI. Creativity in Everyday Life:
    29. Creativity in the domain of emotions Zorana Ivcevic, Marina Ebert, Jessica D. Hoffmann and Marc A. Brackett
    30. Creativity in teaching Ronald A. Beghetto
    31. Culture and creativity Rodica Ioana Damian and Reese Tou
    32. The benefits of creativity in therapy: current evidence and future directions Marie J. C. Forgeard and Jeanette G. Elstein
    33. Creativity in the domain of play: product and processes Sandra Russ and Claire Wallace
    34. Creativity in craft Vlad Glăveanu
    Part VI. Conclusion:
    35. Taking a prospective look at creativity domains Molly Holinger, Vlad Glăveanu, James C. Kaufman and John Baer.

  • Editors

    James C. Kaufman, University of Connecticut
    James C. Kaufman is Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Connecticut. The author or editor of more than thirty-five books, he is a past president of American Psychological Association's Division 10 and founding editor of two APA journals. He currently co-edits International Journal of Creativity and Problem Solving. Kaufman has won awards from APA (the Berlyne Award and the Farnsworth Award), Mensa's Research Award, National Association for Gifted Children's Torrance Award, and the American Library Association's Choice Outstanding Academic Title.

    Vlad P. Glăveanu, Universitetet i Bergen, Norway
    Vlad Gl veanu is Associate Professor in the Department of Communication and Psychology at Aalborg University, Denmark. His books include Thinking Through Creativity and Culture (2014), Distributed Creativity (2014), Rethinking Creativity (with Alex Gillespie and Jaan Valsiner, 2014), and Creativity: A New Vocabulary (with Lene Tanggaard Pedersen and Charlotte Wegener, 2016).

    John Baer, Rider University, New Jersey
    John Baer is Professor of Educational Psychology at Rider University, New Jersey. He is winner of the American Psychological Association's Berlyne Prize and the National Conference on College Teaching and Learning's Award for Innovative Excellence. His books include Domain Specificity of Creativity (2015), Being Creative Inside and Outside the Classroom (with James C. Kaufman, 2012), Creativity and Divergent Thinking: A Task-Specific Approach (1993), Creative Teachers, Creative Students (1996), Creativity across Domains: Faces of the Muse (with James C. Kaufman, 2005), Creativity and Reason in Cognitive Development (with James C. Kaufman, Cambridge, 2016), Are We Free? Psychology and Free Will (with James C. Kaufman and Roy F. Baumeister, 2008), and Essentials of Creativity Assessment (with James C. Kaufman and Jonathan A. Plucker, 2008).

    Contributors

    James C. Kaufman, Vlad Glăveanu, John Baer, Joanna Szen-Ziemiańska, Izabela Lebuda, Maciej Karwowski, Dean Keith Simonton, Keith Oatley, Maja Djikic, Matthew Pelowski, Helmut Leder, Pablo Tinio, Oshin Vartanian, Joanna Serafin, Stephen J. Dollinger, Thalia R. Goldstein, Anne G. Levy, Aaron Kozbelt, Paula Thomson, Gregory J. Feist, Mei Tan, Elena L. Grigorenko, Dean Keith Simonton, David H. Cropley, Arthur J. Cropley, Bree L. Sandwith, Ugur Sak, Ülkü Ayvaz, Bilge Bal-Sezerel, N. Nazlı Özdemir, Paul Joseph Barnett, Ralf Romeike, Mark Kilgour, Marie Taillard, Benjamin G. Voyer, Kevin Mitchell, Roni Reiter-Palmon, Kylie Peppler, Nathalie Bonnardel, Carole Bouchard, Elias Carayannis, Phillip Harvard, Gregory N. Mandel, Jeou-Shyan Horng, Lin Lin, Daniel Memmert, Allison B. Kaufman, William J. O'Hearn, Gina Scott Ligon, Karyn Sporer, Douglas C. Derrick, Zorana Ivcevic, Marina Ebert, Jessica D. Hoffmann, Marc A. Brackett, Ronald A. Beghetto, Rodica Ioana Damian, Reese Tou, Marie J. C. Forgeard, Jeanette G. Elstein, Sandra Russ, Claire Wallace, Molly Holinge

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