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Author:Anna N. N. Hui
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2015, Vol.2 (1), pp.56-63De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract This commentary will take the form of a critical examination into the six research gaps identified by Glăveanu (2014a) in the article The Psychology of Creativity: A Critical Reading by examining carefully whether the proposed criticisms are supported by research evid...
Author:Maciej Karwowski
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2015, Vol.2 (1), pp.4-16De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract The discussion raised by the Glăveanu target paper (Glăveanu, 2014) continues in the second issue of “Creativity. Theories Research Applications” (CTRA). In this editorial I focus on two elements shared by commentators whose articles are presented in thi...
Author:Ai‐Girl Tan
Data Source:[J].J Creat Behav, 2015, Vol.49 (3)Wiley
Abstract:A special issue “Connecting theory, research, and practice in the psychology of creativity” is compiled with contributions from creativity researchers across continents. The full papers were submitted by Beth Hennessey from the United States of America (U.S.), Maciek Karwo...
Author:Roland S. Persson
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2015, Vol.2 (1), pp.17-20De Gruyter
Abstract:... Researchers need to be knowledgeable with regard to both in order to further an understanding of creativity and also to apply research findings responsibly.
Author:Mark A. Runco
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2015, Vol.2 (1), pp.21-31De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract This commentary examines the social perspective on creativity, as presented in the featured article. There are several attractive aspects to the social perspective, but serious limitations as well, which are detailed in this commentary. The assumptions of the social pers...
Author:Beth A. Hennessey
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2015, Vol.2 (1), pp.32-37De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract In this commentary, I applaud Glăveanu’s attempts to shake things up and introduce some much-needed disruption into the study of creativity. Glăveanu is a “ big thinker” and he is correct to worry about the growing fragmentation of the field. I share his conce...
Author:Eva Hoff , Ingegerd Carlsson
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2015, Vol.2 (1), pp.38-43De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract The commentary confirms and builds on Glăveanu’s critical scrutiny of the current stage of creativity research. The need for more actors, theories, methods and definitions will not be fulfilled until critical reflection concerning what has been done and synthesis be...
Author:Todd Lubart , Xavier Caroff
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2015, Vol.2 (1), pp.44-48De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract Based on Glăveanu’s target article, issues raised about the psychometric approach to creativity research are examined. Criticisms of divergent thinking tests, such as the unusual uses of an object test, are examined. Arguments supporting the theoretical and practi...
Author:Jacek Gralewski
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2015, Vol.2 (1), pp.49-55De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract This text is devoted to a discussion of current achievements in the psychology of creativity, as well as to the further development of the field. It is concerned with a criticism of former and current theses in the field of the psychology of creativity discussed by G...
Author:Seana Moran
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2015, Vol.2 (1), pp.64-69De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract The first premise is that creativity requires a focal perceiver perspective to be determined or assigned. As criteria for perception or judgment, what we currently consider “dimensions” of creativity instead may be “precursors.” Ultimately, creativity shifts me...

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