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  • Types of creative persons - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    to separate himself from the others although he feels guilty for doing so as children feel when exercising their own will against their parents In the artist fears are balanced They acquire discipline from the others while preserving their own individuality Taylor 1959 distinguished between five types of creativity which correspond to certain types of creative persons 1 expressive creativity or independent expression without reference to the quality of the product 2 productive creativity when the individual gains mastery over some section of the environment and produces an object 3 inventive creativity which requires the new use of old parts 4 innovative creativity when new ideas or principles are developed and 5 emergent creativity which requires the ability to absorb the experiences which are commonly provided and from this produce something quite different Ochse 1990 classified various types of people and behaviours commonly described as creative into three major categories 1 people who are designated as creative because of their lifestyle interpersonal functioning and attitudes 2 people who perform well on creativity tests or other given tasks that are described as creativity 3 people who produce something of cultural value creative geniuses Csikszentmihalyi 1996 similarly wrote about tree types of creative persons 1 brilliant those who express unusual thoughts 2 personally creative those who experience the world in novel and original ways and 3 creative unqualifiedly those who effect significant changes in their culture Policastro and Gardner 1999 proposed a typology of creators based on two factors 1 the extent to which the creator accepts the current domain as given as compared to challenging the delineation of domains and 2 the extent to which the creator is concerned with a world of objects and symbols that denote objects and objects relations as compared with a focus on the world of

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  • Usefulness - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    P R S T U V Y Z Usefulness Utopian thinking References Creativity Links Usefulness See Value and usefulness Usefulness Dictionary of Creativity Terms Concepts Theories Findings in Creativity Research Compiled and edited by Eugene Gorny Netslova ru 2007 http

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  • Utopian thinking - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    Links Utopian thinking As a dynamic process utopianism can be a feature of creativity All creators give themselves licence to imagine their work in perfect condition whether that be a frictionless engine or an exquisitely receptive audience In particular social utopianism as a process can be the key to the creative approach to social problems Grisanti and Gruber 1999 Utopian thinking Dictionary of Creativity Terms Concepts Theories Findings in Creativity

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  • Value and usefulness - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    is a hundred times more useful that Pushkin He was echoed by Oscar Wilde who noted ironically All art is quite useless Tolstoy considered ballet as a dissolute act and described a wedding ceremony in a church as walking around a small table and singing In pre industrial societies innovation and creativity were treated as not only useless but even dangerous because they could destroy the habitual order The opposition of senseless philosophising and poetic daydreaming to useful practical activity still permeates most layers of our culture The perception of usefulness is also changeable through time hence the phenomenon of unrecognized geniuses whose work is considered useless during their lifetime and obtain recognition only in following generations The ephemerality of fame so striking in fashion and popular culture is a reverse side of the same phenomena This applies not only to arts but to sciences as well Is mathematics or theoretical physics is really useful for an ordinary person beyond the practical need to count money or to switch on the light What is the value of books for those who cannot read The value and usefulness do not exist by themselves they depend on Weltanschauung that is the range of needs and the scope of interests of both creators and the audience The difference between individuals and social groups with regard to needs interests and values makes a uniform concept of usefulness problematic There is no single criterion to establish value and usefulness of a creative work Ochse 1990 2 points out that experimental and social criteria of usefulness are different Valuable may refer to answers that gain high marks on creativity tests or to inventions that change the quality of human life Researchers of creativity suggest that usefulness regarding creative products is not meant in merely a pragmatic

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  • Years of silence - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    T U V Y Z Years of silence References Creativity Links Years of silence See Ten year rule Years of silence Dictionary of Creativity Terms Concepts Theories Findings in Creativity Research Compiled and edited by Eugene Gorny Netslova ru 2007

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  • Zones of concentration and absorption - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    T U V Y Z Zones of concentration and absorption References Creativity Links Zones of concentration and absorption Times and places where people can become deeply absorbed in their creative work and where they can achieve levels of concentration not available in other settings Zones of concentration and absorption Dictionary of Creativity Terms Concepts Theories Findings in Creativity Research Compiled and edited by Eugene Gorny Netslova ru 2007 http creativity

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  • References - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    pp 232 340 San Diego Calif London Academic Press Hayes J R 1989 Cognitive processes in creativity Torrance E P Glover J A Ronning R R and Reynolds C R Eds 1989 Handbook of creativity Perspectives on individual differences pp 135 45 New York London Plenum Henle M 1962 The birth and death of ideas Contemporary approaches to creative thinking Eds G Gruber G Terrel and M Wertheimer 31 62 New York Athrton Hennessey B and Amabile T 1999 Consensual assessment In Runco M A and Pritzker S R Eds Encyclopedia of Creativity vol 1 pp 347 359 San Diego Calif London Academic Press Honig B and Rostain A 2003 Creative collaboration Simple tools for inspired teamwork Menlo Park CA Crisp Publicatons Hull D L Tessner P D and Diamond A M 1978 Plank s principle Do younger scientists accept new ideas with greater alacrity than older scientists Science 2002 717 23 Inglehart R 1977 The silent revolution changing values and political styles among Western publics Princeton N J Princeton University Press 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  • Creativity Links - A Dictionary of Creativity by Eugene Gorny (Ed.)
    jpb com creative index php Creativity Research Journal www tandf co uk journals titles 10400419 asp Creativity Tools Developing Creative Solutions to the Problems You Face www mindtools com pages main newMN CT htm Creativity Web Resources for Creativity and Innovation members optusnet com au 7Echarles57 Creative index2 html CREAX Creativity and innovation a link list www creax net Dean Keith Simonton psychology ucdavis edu simonton International Center for Studies

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