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  • Interests - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    whatever reason Interests are one of the positive factors influencing creativity As Storr 1988 73 points out Hobbies and interests are often aspects of human beings which most clearly define his individuality and make him the person he is To discover what really interests a person is to be well on the way to understand him Everyone need interests as well as interpersonal relationships and interests as well as relationships

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  • Intrinsic motivation - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    Inspiration Integrative complexity Interests Intrinsic motivation Introversion Intuition References Creativity Links Intrinsic motivation Intrinsic motivation is the motivation to engage in activity primarily for its own sake because the individual perceives the activity as interesting involving satisfying or personally challenging it is marked by a focus on the challenge and the enjoinment of the work itself Amabile and Collins 1999 299 Intrinsic motivation Dictionary of Creativity Terms Concepts Theories Findings

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  • Introversion - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    Information society Innovation Innovativeness Inspiration Integrative complexity Interests Intrinsic motivation Introversion Intuition References Creativity Links Introversion Introversion is the directing of interest inwards towards one s own thoughts and feelings rather than towards the external world or making social contacts Collins It is a tendency to withdraw from social stimulation which is closely tied to the tendency towards autonomy Introversion Dictionary of Creativity Terms Concepts Theories Findings in Creativity Research

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  • Intuition - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    U V Y Z Imagination Imitation Information society Innovation Innovativeness Inspiration Integrative complexity Interests Intrinsic motivation Introversion Intuition References Creativity Links Intuition Intuition is immediate apprehension by the mind without reasoning OED a kind of knowledge that is revealed without preparation or as an immediate method of obtaining knowledge Arieti 1976 61 Intuition Dictionary of Creativity Terms Concepts Theories Findings in Creativity Research Compiled and edited by Eugene Gorny Netslova

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  • Kirton adaptive-innovative inventory - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    creative behaviour and developed a scale to measure cognitive style preferences so called Kirton Adaptive Innovative Inventory She distinguished between innovators and adaptors Innovators prefer looser cognitive situations that allow them to break out of the paradigm Adaptors on the contrary prefer structured situations their focus is on redefining elaborating modifying and improving a paradigm Adaptors and innovators both have distinct attributes that can be advantageous or disadvantageous depending on

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  • Knowledge and creativity - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    1981 Hayes 1989 Weisberg 1986 Weisberg 1993 Weisberg 1999 As Weisberg 1999 248 explains If we can get into the database of the creative thinker we may be able to understand creative thinking as a process based on the direct application of knowledge It is only when we examine the situation from outside as an ignorant observer that we feel the necessity to postulate basic differences between creative and noncreative

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  • Laws of historiometry - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    The desire to excel is a primary factor in achieved eminence often compensating for an intellect below the highest rank A strong need to achieve excellence was found in 90 percent of the eminent 4 The role of education for the development of creative potential obtaining basic knowledge and skills is necessary graduate education is irrelevant The role of self education wide interests and a breadth of perspective is high Versatility the number of separate fields in which individual attains distinction significantly correlates with achieved eminence 5 Certain prolific persons are responsible for a disproportionate share of the achievements in any given domain of creativity See Lotka s law 6 The quantity of productive output is probabilistically connected to quality of impact or eminence The odds of a creator s conceiving a quality product are always proportional to the quantity of products The model of a constant probability of success is compatible with Campbell s 1960 blind variation and selective retention model The main factors of total lifetime output is the early beginning precociousness productivity rate and longevity 7 The principle of cumulative advantage or Mathew s effect is one basis for the extraordinary individual differences in eminence and influence This principle also has some relevance to the curvilinear relation between personal age and historical achievement 8 The productive peak in creative carrier the floruit or acme occurs around the age of 40 However the specific location of the peak varies from one creative discipline to another revolution is like poetry and mathematics the preoccupation of youth while history and philosophy reach their creative peak in later age 9 The products of genius have objective attributes that set it apart from less distinguished creations and these beneficial attributes may in turn arise from precise biographical events or circumstances such as

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  • Levels or degrees of creativity - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    of creativity are different in their functions and outcomes both on personal and societal levels If it is true that ordinary creativity uplifts man s morale and dispels or decreases neuroses great creativity is responsible for humanity s great achievements and social progress ibid 10 11 Gardner 1993 contrasted little C creativity the sort of all of us evince in our daily life and big C creativity the kind of

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