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Encyclopedia of Creativity. Edition No. 3

  • ID: 4850201
  • Book
  • 1780 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Encyclopedia of Creativity, Volume Three builds on previous two editions, bring strong foundational knowledge on the full range of creativity research, from creativity in education, to creativity in business and organizations. The complex interrelationship between society and creativity is also examined in articles about awards, conformity and conventionality, the creative sector and class of society, cultural diversity, the dark side of creativity, East vs. West, networking, social psychology, war, and more.

  • Incorporates the expertise of over 200 outstanding investigators who present content from leading experts in the field
  • Covers creativity and education, business and organizational creativity, and the cognitive aspects of creativity
  • Provides knowledge, examples and best practices based on research which can be integrated into the lives of readers in business, the arts and education
  • Includes online resources, including images, videos and tables that provide additional valuable information and encourage readers to follow their own interests
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Advertising Agriculture Animals Associative networks Coaching Cognitive Hyperspace Criticism (its role in art and science) Collaboration Creative Economies Computerized creativity testing Conflict resolution Cultural Innovation Directing Diversity (Replace Cultural Diversity and Creativity) Existentialism  Fashion Government and Policy Making Humanistic Psychology Industrial Design Inspiration Landscape Design  Language (Possible combination of analogies and metaphor entries)  Law  Mathematics (creative in, and in abstract thought, throughout history) Medicine Military (Perhaps incorporate current entry regarding war) Mind wandering Models of Creativity Museums Neuroscience of Creativity Philanthropy Philosophy Photography Political Science  Proportions (measures) of Gray matter Regional Creativity Sculpture Solitude Social Transformation Spirituality Technology  Television Transcranial enhancement (brain) Values and Creativity

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Runco, Mark A.
Mark Runco has studied creativity and innovation for 35 years. He holds a PhD in Cognitive Psychology and is Professor at the University of Georgia, as well as Distinguished Research Fellow at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology. His PhD is in Cognitive Psychology from the Claremont Graduate School. He also earned his MA and his BA from Claremont. He is founding Editor of the Creativity Research Journal and is on the Editorial Board of Creativity and Innovation Management, the Journal of Creative Behavior and various other academic journals. He is co-editor of the Encyclopedia of Creativity (1999, 2011) and in 2015 he collaborated with the International Center for Studies in Creativity to introduce two new academic journals, Business Creativity and the Creative Economy and the Journal of Genius and Eminence.

Dr. Runco was Adjunct Professor at the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration and the Torrance Professor and Director of the Torrance Creativity Center at UGA. He is Past President of the American Psychological Association's Division 10.

Dr. Runco has published over 200 articles, chapters, and books on creativity and innovation.
Pritzker, Steven R.
STEVEN R. PRITZKER, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology at Saybrook University in San Francisco.

He is Director of The Creativity Studies Certificate and Masters in Psychology with a Specialization

in Creativity Studies. Dr. Pritzker writes both academic and popular press articles and books

concerning creativity. He is a fellow and educational coalition representative for the American

Psychological Association's Division 10 (Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and The Arts).

He serves on the editorial board of the APA journal Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and The Arts.

Dr. Pritzker is a former comedy writer-producer who worked on over 200 network television

episodes including such popular shows as The Partridge Family, Maude, Fish, The Hogan Family and

the Emmy winning Mary Tyler Moore Show and Room 222. He has received Emmy recognition

and been nominated for the Writers Guild of America Award. Dr. Pritzker is President of Creativity

Source where he consults and coaches organizations and individuals on maximizing their

creativity.

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