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Piirto, Jane 지음 | Great Potential Press | 2020년 05월 05일
Understanding Creativity
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Acknowledgments xvii
Preface xix
Part I: Definitions and Processes of Creativity 1(80)
Making Sense of Creativity 5(36)
The Term ``Creativity'' 6(2)
Psychological, Psychoanalytic, Philosophic, and Religious Overtones 8(1)
Creativity and Psychology 9(17)
Psychometric Approaches 9(1)
Torrance's Tests 10(1)
The Federal Definitions 11(1)
The Tangling of Giftedness and Creativity 11(2)
Developmental Psychology 13(1)
Gruber's ``Darwin'' 13(1)
Feldman's ``Gambit'' 14(1)
Expertise 14(1)
Erikson's ``Stages'' 15(1)
Evolutionary Creativity 16(1)
Social Psychology 17(1)
Csikszentmihalyi's ``Big C'' and ``little c'' 17(1)
Simonton's Work 18(1)
Cognitive Psychology 19(1)
Creative Cognition 20(1)
Gardner's ``Frames'' 20(2)
Sternberg's Triarchies and Hierarchies, Investments, Propulsions, and Wisdom 22(1)
Educational Psychology 23(1)
Humanistic Psychology 24(1)
Dabrowski: Overexcitabilities and Developmental Levels 24(2)
Positive Psychology 26(1)
Psychoanalysis, Psychiatry, and Creativity 26(2)
Creativity and Business and Technology 28(1)
Philosophy and Creativity: Why Are We So Interested in Creativity, Anyway? 28(5)
Reasons of Quantity 29(1)
Quality as Creativity 30(1)
Creativity and Nationalism 31(1)
Creativity and Equity 31(1)
Creativity as Human Freedom 32(1)
Can a Person Be Creative Without a Product? 33(3)
Precocity as Predictive 33(1)
Creativity of the Moment and for the Ages 34(1)
Creativity Can Take Place Without Mastery 35(1)
The Existence and Development of Talent 36(1)
Creativity Is Natural 37(1)
Summary 38(3)
The Creative Process 41(40)
Current Psychological Theories of the Creative Process 41(5)
Cognitive Psychology: Selection 42(1)
Industrial Psychology: The CPS Model 42(1)
Psychoanalytic Theory: Janusian and Homospatial 42(1)
Social Psychological Theories: The Power of Suggestion and Motivation 43(1)
The Work of Brewster Ghiselin 44(1)
Flow 45(1)
Core Attitudes in the Creative Process 46(3)
Core Attitude of Naivete 46(1)
Core Attitude of Self-Discipline 47(1)
Core Attitude of Risk-Taking 47(1)
Core Attitude of Group Trust 48(1)
The Seven I's 49(18)
Inspiration 49(1)
The Visitation of the Muse 49(4)
The Inspiration of Nature 53(1)
Inspiration through Substances 54(2)
Inspiration by Others' Creativity, Especially by Works of Art and Music 56(1)
Inspiration from Dreams 57(2)
The Inspiration of Novel Surroundings: Travel 59(1)
Extrinsic Inspiration 59(1)
Imagery 60(1)
Imagination 60(2)
Intuition 62(1)
Insight 63(1)
Incubation 64(1)
Improvisation and an Attitude of Playfulness 65(2)
Other Aspects of the Creative Process 67(8)
The Need for Solitude 67(2)
Creativity Rituals 69(1)
Meditation 69(2)
Creativity as the Process of a Life 71(4)
Creativity and Madness 75(3)
Suicide Among Creators 76(2)
Conclusion 78(1)
Summary 78(3)
Part II: How To Enhance Creativity 81(52)
Encouraging Creativity: Motivation and Schooling 83(18)
What Creative Writers Said about their Schooling 84(7)
Motivating Creative Behavior 91(6)
Strong Emotion as a Motivator 91(2)
Close Your Eyes 93(2)
Escaping and Getting the Giggles 95(1)
Creativity as Spontaneous Adventures 96(1)
Creativity Is Not Permitted 97(1)
Motivation for Creativity 97(1)
Rewards 98(2)
Summary 100(1)
How Parents and Teachers Can Enhance Creativity in Children 101(32)
Provide a Private Place for Creative Work to Be Done 101(2)
Provide Materials: Musical Instruments, Sketchbooks, Fabric, Paper, Clay 103(2)
Encourage and Display the Child's Creative Work, but Avoid Overly Evaluating It 105(2)
Do Your Own Creative Work, and Let the Child See You Doing It 107(3)
Set a Creative Tone 110(2)
Value the Creative Work of Others 112(1)
Incorporate Creativity Values into Your Family Mythology 113(3)
Avoid Reinforcing Sex-Role Stereotypes 116(2)
Provide Private Lessons and Special Classes 118(3)
Use Hardship to Teach the Child Expression through Metaphor 121(3)
Discipline and Practice Are Important 124(2)
Allow the Child to be ``Odd''; Avoid Emphasizing Socialization at the Expense of Creative Expression 126(3)
Use Humor, and Get Creativity Training 129(1)
Summary 130(3)
Part III: Personality and Intellectual Characteristics of Creative People In Various Domains 133(236)
The Piirto Pyramid of Talent Development Model 135(12)
The Pyramid (Piiramid) of Talent Development 138(6)
The Genetic Aspect 138(1)
The Emotional Aspect: Personality Attributes 138(2)
The Cognitive Aspect 140(1)
Talent in Domains 141(1)
Environmental ``Suns'' 142(2)
Talent Multipotentiality: Feeling the Call, or the ``Thorn'' 144(1)
Crystallizing Experiences and Catalysts 144(1)
Support for the Pyramid Theory 145(1)
Summary 146(1)
Visual Artists and Architects 147(42)
The Genetic Aspect for Visual Artists 148(1)
The Emotional Aspect: Personalities of Visual Artists 149(7)
Androgyny 150(1)
Pacifism and Androgyny 151(1)
Tolerance for Ambiguity and Preference for Complexity 151(1)
Naivete 152(1)
Nonconformity 152(1)
Intuition 153(1)
Ambition, Drive 154(1)
Interests and Values of Visual Arts Students 155(1)
Differences in Values Among Artists According to Specialty 155(1)
The Cognitive Aspect: Intelligence of Visual Artists 156(2)
Spatial Intelligence 156(1)
Use of Tests to Assess Artistic Intelligence or Talent 157(1)
Problem-finding 157(1)
The Domain ``Thorn'' in Visual Artists 158(5)
Predictive Behaviors for Visual Arts Talent 158(4)
Passion for the Domain 162(1)
Sun of Home in Visual Artists 163(2)
Sun of School in Visual Artists 165(2)
Sun of Community and Culture in Visual Artists 167(3)
Community and Culture for Picasso 168(1)
Cross-Fertilization and Cross-Cultural Influences among Artists 169(1)
Cross-Cultural Differences 170(1)
Sun of Gender in Visual Artists 170(4)
Biographical Example of Judy Chicago 171(1)
Foley's Study: Having a Supportive Husband Helps 171(2)
Biographical example of Lee Krasner 173(1)
Self-Promotion 174(1)
Sun of Chance in Visual Artists 174(3)
Sun of Chance 174(2)
Biographical Example of Georgia O'Keeffe 176(1)
Architects 177(10)
Genetic Aspect in Architects 177(1)
Emotional Aspect: Personalities of Architects 178(1)
Sun of Chance in Architects 179(2)
Biographical Example of the Saarinens 181(2)
Biographical Example of Frank Lloyd Wright 183(4)
Summary 187(2)
Creative Writers 189(36)
Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers 189(1)
The Genetic Aspect: Creative Writers 190(1)
The Emotional Aspect: Personalities of Creative Writers 190(9)
Ambition/Envy 191(1)
Productivity/Self-Discipline 191(1)
Concern with Philosophical Matters 192(1)
The Aesthetics of It All 192(1)
Independence of Thought: Frankness 192(1)
Psychopathology 193(2)
Depression 195(3)
A Sense of Humor 198(1)
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Writers 199(1)
The Cognitive Aspect: The Intelligence of Creative Writers 199(3)
What Is Writing Talent? 200(2)
The Domain ``Thorn'' in Creative Writers 202(1)
Passion for the Domain 202(1)
The Sun of Home in Creative Writers 203(7)
Theme 1: Predictive Behavior of Extensive Early Reading 203(1)
Theme 2: Predictive Behavior of Early Publication and Interest in Writing 203(1)
Theme 3: Unconventional Families and Family Traumas 204(1)
Parental Alcoholism 205(2)
Search for the Father 207(1)
Theme 4: Depression and/or Acts such as Use of Alcohol, Drugs, or the Like 208(2)
Theme 5: Being in an Occupation Different from their Parents 210(1)
The Sun of Community and Culture in Creative Writers 210(2)
Theme 6: Feeling of Marginalization or Being an Outsider, and a Resulting Need to Have their Group's Story Told 210(1)
Theme 7: Late Career Recognition 211(1)
The Sun of School in Creative Writers 212(3)
Theme 8: High Academic Achievement and Many Writing Awards 212(1)
Theme 9: Nurturing of Talents by Both Male and Female Teachers and Mentors 213(1)
Theme 10: Attendance at Prestigious Colleges, Majoring in English Literature but Without Attaining the Ph.D 214(1)
The Sun of Chance in Creative Writers 215(1)
Theme 11: Residence in New York City at Some Point, Especially among the Most Prominent 215(1)
Theme 12: The Accident of Place of Birth and of Ethnicity 216(1)
The Sun of Gender in Creative Writers 216(6)
Theme 13: Conflict with Combining Parenthood and Careers in Writing 217(2)
Theme 14: Societal Gender Expectations Incongruent with their Essential Personalities 219(1)
Theme 15: History of Divorce More Prevalent in Women 220(1)
Theme 16: Military Service More Prevalent in Men 221(1)
Summary 222(3)
Creative Writers: Children with Extraordinary Writing Talent 225(24)
Qualities Found in the Writing of Children Who Display Extraordinary Talent 228(4)
Prose Talent 232(5)
Predictive Behaviors in Children with Writing Talent 237(2)
Famous Writers as Children 239(8)
George Eliot 239(1)
Stephen Crane 240(1)
Jane Austen 240(1)
Sinclair Lewis 241(1)
Dylan Thomas 241(1)
Thomas Wolfe 241(1)
Virginia Woolf 241(1)
Tennessee Williams 242(1)
The Bronte Family 242(1)
Harry Crews 243(1)
John Updike and C. S. Lewis 243(2)
Graham Greene 245(2)
Summary 247(2)
Creative Scientists, Mathematicians, Inventors, and Entrepreneurs 249(40)
The Genetic Aspect in Scientists and Mathematicians 249(1)
The Emotional Aspect: Personalities of Scientists and Mathematicians 250(2)
Self-Discipline and Productivity 250(1)
Motivation---Volition 251(1)
The Cognitive Aspect: Intelligence of Scientists and Mathematicians 252(4)
Cognitive Insight in Scientists and Mathematicians 253(1)
Associative Richness 254(1)
Cognitive Imagery 254(1)
Threshold of Intelligence Needed to Do Science and Mathematics 254(2)
The Domain Thorn: Passion for Science and Mathematics 256(1)
Sun of Home in Scientists and Mathematicians 257(3)
The Sun of Home in Einstein and Teller 257(3)
Other Home Factors 260(1)
Sun of School in Scientists and Mathematicians 260(3)
Mentors 262(1)
Sun of Community and Culture in Scientists and Mathematicians 263(4)
The Influence of the Zeitgeist 263(2)
Creativity in the Sciences as Different from that in the Arts 265(1)
Outsiders 266(1)
Sun of Gender in Scientists and Mathematicians 267(4)
Helson's Study of Creative Female Mathematicians 267(2)
Recent Studies 269(2)
Sun of Chance in Scientists and Mathematicians 271(4)
Serendipity 272(1)
Biographical Example: Darwin 272(3)
Inventors 275(4)
Emotional Aspect: Personalities of Inventors 276(1)
Cognitive Aspect: Inventors 277(1)
Patterns in the Lives of Inventors 277(2)
Enterpreneurs 279(7)
Emotional Aspect: Personalities of Entrepreneurs 279(2)
Sun of Gender in Entrepreneurs 281(1)
Sun of Community and Culture in Entrepreneurs 281(1)
Biographical Examples: J. Paul Getty, Warren Buffett, and Bill Gates 282(4)
Summary 286(3)
Musicians, Conductors, and Composers 289(40)
The Genetic Aspect in Musicians 291(1)
The Emotional Aspect: Personality Attributes in Musicians 292(4)
Kemp's Studies 292(1)
Other Personality Studies 293(1)
Personality Attribute of Introversion/Shyness 294(1)
Personalities of Conductors 295(1)
The Cognitive Aspect in Musicians 296(2)
Standardized Tests 297(1)
IQ Intelligence of Musicians 297(1)
Talent in the Domain: The Thorn 298(1)
The Sun of Home in Musicians 299(2)
The Development of Expertise 299(2)
The Sun of School in Musicians 301(4)
Choosing a Career in Music 301(3)
Life at Juilliard 304(1)
The Sun of Community and Culture in Musicians 305(9)
Synergy 309(1)
Statistical Output of Composers 309(1)
Influence of Folk Culture 310(1)
The Influence of African-Americans on Contemporary Music 311(3)
The Sun of Gender in Musicians 314(7)
Why Are There So Few Women Composers? 315(1)
Biographical Example of Marilyn Shrude 316(5)
Women Conductors 321(1)
Recent Research 321(1)
The Sun of Chance in Musicians 321(1)
The Creative Process in Music: Improvisation and Creativity 322(6)
Summary 328(1)
Physical Performers: Actors, Dancers, and Athletes 329(40)
Actors 331(1)
The Genetic Aspect: Actors 332(1)
The Emotional Aspect: Personalities of Actors 332(1)
Actors, Dancers, Athletes: Cognitive Aspect 333(2)
Passion for the Domain: The Thorn 335(1)
Creative Process in Acting 335(1)
The Sun of Home in Actors 336(2)
The Sun of School in Actors 338(5)
Predictive Behaviors for Acting 338(2)
The Look 340(3)
Actors, Dancers, Athletes: The Sun of Community and Culture 343(3)
Famous Ensembles in Theater 344(2)
The Sun of Gender in Actors 346(1)
The Sun of Chance in Actors 347(1)
Dancers and Athletes 348(1)
The Aesthetics of Dance 349(2)
Personality Attributes: The Emotional Aspect in Dancers and Athletes 351(2)
Personality Studies of Dancers 351(1)
Emotion and Personality in Athletes 352(1)
Gifted and Tolerated 352(1)
Mood Disorders 353(1)
Positive Deviance 353(1)
Mental Toughness 353(1)
The Domain Thorn: Dance and Athletics 353(2)
Sun of Home in Dancers and Athletes 355(1)
Sun of School in Dancers and Athletes 356(1)
Sun of Community and Culture in Dancers and Athletes 356(1)
Sun of Gender in Dancers and Athletes 357(1)
Androgyny in Athletes 357(1)
Sun of Chance in Dancers and Athletes 358(5)
Biographical Example of Suzanne Farrell 358(3)
Biographical Example of Arnold Palmer 361(2)
Physical Repercussions of Dance and Athletics 363(2)
Assessing the Creativity of Dancers, Athletes, and Actors 365(2)
Summary 367(2)
Part IV: Creativity Assessment and Training 369(78)
Creativity Assessment 373(34)
Testing for Creativity 379(2)
Two Schools of Thought 379(2)
Validity 381(6)
Content/Construct Validity 381(2)
Criterion or Predictive Validity 383(2)
The Threshold Theory 385(1)
Concurrent Validity Of Creativity Tests 386(1)
Reliability 387(7)
Reliability in Administering Tests 388(1)
Reliability in Scoring 389(2)
Studies of Significant Results 391(1)
A Flawed Study of Creative Adolescents 392(1)
The Normal Curve Assumption 393(1)
Using Personality Questionnaires in Creativity Assessment 394(7)
Overexcitabilities Questionnaire from the Dabrowski Theory 394(6)
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator 400(1)
Creativity Checklists 401(1)
Promising Practices in Creativity Assessment 402(4)
Performance Assessment 402(2)
Talent Assessment Profile 404(2)
Summary 406(1)
Creativity Training 407(40)
Divergent Production Training 408(2)
Creativity Training in College Courses 410(1)
Creativity Studies Project 410(2)
Creativity Training in the Schools 412(5)
Creativity Training as Differentiation for the Talented 417(1)
Creativity Training Is Fun 418(1)
Teachers Get More Empathy with Creativity Training 418(2)
Core Attitudes for Creativity Enhancement 420(5)
Core Attitude of Self-Discipline 420(1)
Thoughtlogs 420(1)
Cultivating Risk-Taking 421(1)
Cultivating Naivete 422(1)
Group Trust 423(2)
The Seven I's 425(12)
Imagery 425(1)
Guided Imagery 425(1)
Imagination 426(1)
Intuition 426(1)
Psychic Intuition 427(1)
Dreams and Intuition 427(1)
Insight 428(1)
Grasping the Gestalt 428(1)
Aha! 428(1)
Zen Sketching 429(1)
Inspiration 430(1)
Inspiration of Love: Visitation of the Muse 430(1)
The Inspiration of Nature: I Am a Naturalist 431(1)
The Inspiration of Nature: This Is the Day which the Lord Hath Made 432(1)
The Inspiration of the Intellectual: This Takes the Top of My Head Off! 432(1)
Improvisation 433(1)
Jazz 433(1)
Theater 433(1)
Word Rivers and Writing Practice 433(1)
Creative Movement 434(1)
Rhythm and Drumming 434(1)
Scat Singing 434(1)
Doodling 434(1)
Joke Telling 435(1)
Incubation: The Seventh ``I''---Meditation 435(1)
Meditate on Beauty 435(1)
Meditate on the Dark Side 436(1)
Meditate on Spirituality 437(1)
Other Organic, Less-Linear Creativity Exercises 437(8)
Creativity Rituals 437(1)
Cultivating Solitude 437(1)
Creating Ideal Conditions 438(1)
Background Music 438(1)
Synesthesia 438(1)
Seeing 439(1)
Hearing 439(1)
Smelling 439(1)
Taste 439(1)
Touch 440(1)
Cultivation of Synchronicity 440(1)
Exercise 441(1)
Passion: Stepping into the River of the Domain 441(1)
Flow 441(1)
Conversation: A Salon 442(1)
A Visit 442(1)
A Bookstore or Library 442(1)
A Museum 443(1)
Appreciate the Creative Work of Others 443(1)
A Play 443(1)
A Foreign Movie 444(1)
A Reading 444(1)
A Lecture or Demonstration 444(1)
A Place (Travel) 444(1)
Other 444(1)
Individual Creativity Project 445(1)
Summary 446(1)
Appendix A. Creativity Theory 447(8)
Appendix B. Focus Questions 455(10)
References 465(38)
Index 503(18)
About the Author 521

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