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Author:Jessica Jacobs
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2018, Vol.5 (1), pp.4-25
Abstract:Abstract As the problem-solving methodology of design thinking has gained legitimacy in business and educational environments, this article suggests we also think about incorporating “art thinking” into approaches in design pedagogy. To study what skills and techniques can b...
Author:James C. Kaufman
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2018, Vol.5 (2), pp.188-196
Abstract:Abstract There were four broad takeaways from the commentaries by the distinguished contributors. First, there was a caution on focusing too much on the positive outcomes. Second, there were several important considerations noted that can enrich the discussion. Third, people...
Author:Monika Żak-Skalimowska
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2018, Vol.5 (2), pp.230-250
Abstract:Abstract The objective of my project entitled “Creating my own text-book - I know what I want to learn and how” was to develop children’s awareness of a broadly defined ability to learn, through the creation of their own textbooks, which they would like to use at school...
Author:Ahmed M. Abdulla , Mark A. Runco , Hanadi N. Alsuwaidi ...
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2018, Vol.5 (1), pp.41-54
Abstract:Abstract Personal obstacles to creativity were investigated by sampling 297 Arab women from four Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries: Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The Obstacles to Personal Creativity Inventory, as self-report, was used. It asse...
Author:Ahmed M. Abdulla , Bonnie Cramond
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2018, Vol.5 (2), pp.197-229
Abstract:Abstract This paper proposes a model, which hopefully will allow researchers in the psychology of creativity to confirm that the different levels and different labels for problem finding can be unified under one construct - problem finding (PF). Although no clear distinctions are...
Author:Asli Nazife Kaya , Seniz Cikis
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2017, Vol.4 (1), pp.116-136
Abstract:Abstract The aim of this study is to reveal relations between creativity in design and the cognitive developmental stages of designers within a Post-Piagetian approach. In this study design processes were deeply inspected with the aim of obtaining more comprehensive informat...
Author:Kyung Hee Kim
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2017, Vol.4 (2), pp.302-321
Abstract:Abstract Kim’s CATs framework (2016) identified creative climates (C), attitudes (A) and thinking (T) skills for innovation. Creativity can be measured by testing and non-testing methods. Testing methods include creativity tests for climate, attitude and thinking skills. Amo...
Author:Roni Reiter-Palmon
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2018, Vol.5 (2), pp.177-181
Abstract:Abstract The paper by Kaufman (2018) calls for more research on the consequences of creativity. While we typically think about the positive consequences of creativity, it is important to understand that creativity can have negative, both intended and unintended consequences. In t...
Author:Baptiste Barbot
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2018, Vol.5 (2), pp.159-164
Abstract:Abstract In this brief commentary to Kaufman’s call for a “new agenda for positive outcomes” of creativity research, I emphasize how the broad construct of “identity” qualifies as such an outcome. While doing so, I challenge the issue of directionality (predictor v...
Author:Dean Keith Simonton , Izabela Lebuda
Data Source:[J].Creativity. Theories – Research - Applications, 2019, Vol.6 (1), pp.140-146
Abstract:Abstract In the interview with Dean Keith Simonton, one of most prolific creativity researchers, we discuss his career, main areas of research interest, chosen research methods and share his thoughts about the future of research on creativity and effectiveness in scientific work.

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