Cambridge Handbook of Creativity

Cambridge Handbook of Creativity


Cambridge University Press






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An introduction to the second edition: divergences and some convergences James C. Kaufman and Robert J. Sternberg; Part I. An Introduction to Creativity; Section 1. The Nature of Creativity: 1. Creativity: a historical perspective Vlad P. Glaveanu and James C. Kaufman; 2. A review of creativity theories: what questions are we trying to answer? James C. Kaufman and Vlad P. Glaveanu; 3. Assessment of creativity Jonathan A. Plucker, Matthew C. Makel and Meihua Qian; 4. Understanding the development of creativity across the lifespan Anna N. N. Hui, Mavis W. J. He and Wan Chi Wong; 5. Enhancing people's creativity Robert J. Sternberg; Part II. Underpinnings of Creativity; Section 1. Biological Underpinnings: 6. Evolutionary approaches to creativity Aaron Kozbelt; 7. The genetic basis of creativity: a multivariate approach Baptiste Barbot and Henry Eff; 8. Neuroscience of creativity Oshin Vartanian; Section 2. Cognitive Underpinnings of Creativity: 9. Creative cognition Thomas B. Ward and Yuliya Kolomyts; 10. Creativity and cognitive control Mathias Benedek and Emanuel Jauk; 11. Divergent thinking Mark A. Runco and Selcuk Acar; Section 3. Affective Underpinnings of Creativity: 12. In the mood for creativity Matthijs Baas; 13. Emotions and creativity: from process to person and product Zorana Ivcevic and Jessica Hoffmann; 14. Creativity and mental illness Shelley H. Carson; 15. Creativity and healing Marie Forgeard; Part III. Differential Bases for Creativity; Section 1. Individual Differences in Creativity: 16. The relation of creativity to intelligence and wisdom Robert J. Sternberg, James C. Kaufman and Anne M. Roberts; 17. The function of personality in creativity: updates on the creative personality Gregory J. Feist; 18. Motivation and creativity Beth A. Hennessey; 19. Creative self-beliefs Maciej Karwowski, Izabela Lebuda and Ronald A. Beghetto; Section 2. Environmental Differences in Creativity: 20. Cultural perspectives on creativity Todd Lubart, Vlad P. Glaveanu, Henrie de Vries, Ana Camargo and Martin Storme; 21. Eastern-Western views of creativity Weihua Niu; 22. Creativity's role in society Dean Keith Simonton; 23. The physical environment and creativity: a theoretical framework Jan Dul; Part IV. Creativity in the World; Section 1. Collaborative Creativity: 24. Improving creativity in organizational settings: applying research on creativity to organizations Roni Reiter-Palmon, Kevin S. Mitchell and Ryan Royston; 25. Leading for creativity: a tripartite model Michael D. Mumford, Robert Martin, Samantha Elliott and Tristan McIntosh; 26. Individual and group creativity R. Keith Sawyer; Section 2. Contexts for Creativity: 27. Creativity in classrooms Ronald A. Beghetto; 28. Play and creativity Sandra W. Russ and Ellen A. Doernberg; 29. The creative city Richard Florida; 30. Creativity's role in everyday life Katherine N. Cotter, Alexander P. Christensen and Paul J. Silvia; Section 3. Manifestations of Creativity: 31. Creative genius Dean Keith Simonton; 32. Creativity and malevolence: past, present and future David H. Cropley and Arthur J. Cropley; 33. Creativity and aesthetics Pablo P. L. Tinio; 34. Imagination is the seed of creativity Rebecca J. M. Gotlieb, Elizabeth Hyde, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang and Scott Kaufman; 35. What is and what can be: the scope and possibilities of creativity and creativity research James C. Kaufman, Vlad P. Glaveanu and Robert J. Sternberg