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The creative process : perspectives from multiple domains

Author: Todd I Lubart
Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Series: Palgrave studies in creativity and culture.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The creative process refers to the sequence of thoughts and actions that are involved in the production of new work that is both original and valuable in its context. This book examines this process across the domains of visual art, writing, engineering, design and music. It characterizes each domain's creative process based on evidence stemming from creators' accounts of their own activity and a wide-range of  Read more...
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Creative process.
London : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
(OCoLC)1035509491
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Todd I Lubart
ISBN: 9781137505637 113750563X
OCLC Number: 1050437342
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Preface; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1 Introduction; The Creative Process-What Are We Talking About?; The Creative Process-A Little History; Act 1; Act 2; Act 3; Act 4; The Creative Process-Types of Research; The Nature of the Creative Process: Putting It All Together; Multiple Methodologies: Interviews, Notebooks, Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses; Bibliography; 2 How Do They Do It? The Importance of Being ... eArNe(ARTI)ST; Various Moments of Creation; Unconscious Scanning; Concentration, Emptiness, and Fullness; Intuition. An Ethics of CreationInvention, Intention: The Mental Balance; Choice and Discrimination; Construction, Destruction, Reconstruction; The Fruitful Tension; The Game (and About the Ready-Mades); Constraints, Rules, System; The End-When Is a Work Finished?; How to Be an Artist?; Win or Lose; What Could Research on Creation Be?; Conclusion; Bibliography; 3 The Creative Process in Graphic Art; The Creative Process in Art; The Multivariate Approach; The Creative Process According to Professional Artists; The Stages of the Creative Process; The Multivariate Factors Involved in Artistic Creativity. Observations of the Creative Process with Art StudentsThe Creative Process and the Multivariate Factors; The Creative Process According to the Level of Performance; Exercises to Improve the Artistic Creative Process; The Creative Process in the Different Exercise Groups; Discussion; The Artistic Creative Process; The Multivariate Approach in Art; Conclusion; References; 4 The Creative Process in Writers; Current Theories of the Creative Process; Method; Motivation; Five Core Attitudes for Creators; Self-Discipline; Risk-Taking; Group Trust; Tolerance for Ambiguity; Openness to Experience. Seven "I's"Inspiration; Inspiration from Love: Visitation of the Muse; Inspiration from Dreams; Inspiration of Novel Surroundings: Travel; Inspiration from Others' Work; Intuition; Insight; Imagery; Imagination; Incubation; Improvisation; General Practices in the Creative Process; Need for Solitude; Meditation; Exercise; The Creative Process as Study; Ritual; The Influence of the Transpersonal: The Mystical Mystery; Discussion; References; 5 Collaborative Scriptwriting: Social and Psychological Factors; Social Factors and Processes in Screenplay Writing; Diversity and Social Cohesion. Dialogue and OpennessInspiration and Joint Problem-Solving; Psychological Factors and Processes in Screenplay Writing; Impregnation; Planning for Action; Production; The Education of Screenplay Writers; Novice Students: Stages of the Creative Process; Professional Writers: Self-Taught Versus Specific Education; Conclusion; References; 6 The Creative Process in Science and Engineering; The Necessity for Creativity in Science, Engineering, and Society; Traits, Motivation, and Abilities for the Creative Scientist and Engineer; The Creative Personality; Motivational Tendencies Driving the Process.
Series Title: Palgrave studies in creativity and culture.
Responsibility: edited by Todd Lubart.

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This highly interdisciplinary edited collection offers valuable insight into the creative process for scholars and practitioners in the fields of psychology, education, and creative studies, as well  Read more...

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