Developing Creativity: Resource Links
In researching articles for my various sites, I come across many helpful resource sites and articles on creativity research, innovation and developing creativity.
Here are a few.
Creativity at Work: Developing creativity and innovation in organizations
Founder: Linda Naiman – a creativity and innovation consultant. “Our focus is on leadership and team development, creativity, collaboration, and cultivating environments that foster innovation.”
And All That Jazz – “A creativity researcher’s take on the highs and lows of pop culture and the arts.”
By James C. Kaufman, Ph.D., a creativity researcher and Associate Professor of Psychology at California State University, San Bernardino.
One of his articles:
Too much novelty, not enough appropriateness
Cognitive psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D.
Articles on creativity (listed on his site)
Also see his blog on The Huffington Post
Previous Psychology Today blog: Beautiful Minds
Current blog: Beautiful Minds – “Insights into intelligence, creativity, and the mind” / Scientific American
The Creativity Post – “a non-profit web platform committed to sharing the very best content on creativity, in all of its forms: from scientific discovery to philosophical debate, from entrepreneurial ventures to educational reform, from artistic expression to technological innovation – in short, to all the varieties of the human experience that creativity brings to life.
Milena Z. Fisher, PhD, Co-founder / President; Scott Barry Kaufman, PhD, Co-founder / Executive Director.
> Three sample posts:
Why Daydreamers are More Creative
By Scott Barry Kaufman
Twelve Things You Were Not Taught in School About Creative Thinking
By Michael Michalko
3 Ideas to Prevent Schools from Killing Creativity, Curiosity, and Critical Thinking
By Dr. Todd B. Kashdan
Life as Art – “How our world shapes who we are and how who we are shapes our world”
Psychology Today blog by Shelley Carson, Ph.D., “an instructor and researcher at Harvard University, where she teaches creativity and abnormal psychology.”
Two of her articles:
The New Year, Time Travel, and the Essence of Creativity
Plagiarism and Its Effect on Creative Work
Mindbloggling – “Current ideas about cultural evolution and the creative processes that power it.”
Psychology Today blog by Liane Gabora, Ph.D.
Two of her articles:
How Creative Ideas Take Shape by Liane Gabora, Ph.D.
Are Effective Leaders Creative?
Finding the Next Einstein: Why Smart is Relative – “discusses research findings in areas such as intelligence, creativity, psychology and education, touches upon multiple issues surrounding the identification and development of intellectual and creative talent, and explores how these issues might be relevant to what’s going on in the world.”
Psychology Today blog by Jonathan Wai, Ph.D., a psychologist, writer, and research scientist at Duke University.
Psychology Today blogs on creativity
About twenty writers, including some of the above.
Creativity enhancement articles – “Perspectives and strategies to increase creative ideas and expression.”
This is part of my own articles database, with hundreds of titles by multiple authors.
Facebook group/ The Brain Cafe
Neural network image from article “The Biology of Learning,” by Gregory Kellett, on the blog of Lumosity brain training. For more about it, see my post Better Thinking: Brain Games For Cognitive Training.
Also see more links under the “Resources” tab in the menu bar at top of page – including these:
Books – High Ability / Gifted Adults
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