A DICTIONARY OF CREATIVITY:
Terms, Concepts, Theories & Findings in Creativity Research
Compiled and edited by Eugene Gorny
Netslova.ru, 2007
Table of Contents:
Acceptance
Accommodation
Acme
Adaptation
Adoption
Age curve
Alienation
Altered states of consciousness
Ambiguity
Amorphous cognition
Approaches to creativity
Artificial intelligence
Aspects of creativity
Assessment
Associationism
Associative theory
Audience
Autonomy
Barriers to creativity
Behavioural approach
Bicameral mind
Bifurcation
Birth order
Bisociation
Blind variation and selective-retention model
Brainstorming
Career change
Case study method
Cerebral localization
Characteristics of the creative process
Charisma
Cognitive approach
Cognitive style
Collaboration
Communicativeness
Compensation
Competition
Compliance
Componential model
Condensation
Conformity
Consensual assessment
Constant probability of success
Continuum of adaptive creative behaviour
Contrarianism
Converging thinking
Creative audience
Creative class
Creative ecosystem
Creative environment
Creative industries
Creative person
Creative process
Creative product
Creative productivity
Creative seeds
Creative services
Creativity and leadership
Creativity as a cultural construction
Creativity research
Creativity techniques
Creativity: a history of the word
Creativogenic society
Creatology
Curiosity
Dark side of creativity
Data smog
Definitions of creativity
Degeneration theory
Detached devotion
Discontinuity
Displacement
Distribution of creativity
Distribution of productivity
Divergent thinking
Domain
Domain-specific theories
Ecological perspective
Ego-involved motivation
Eminence
Emulation
Endocept
Enhancing creativity
Evolution and creativity
Evolving systems approach
Experience
Experimental methods
Extrinsic motivation
Field
Floruit
Flow
     Forms of creative behaviour
Fractal
Fruitful asynchrony
Fundamentalism
Gatekeepers
Genius
Gestalt theory
Golden age
Group creativity
Habit
Heredity
Historiometric approach
Humanistic approach
Imagination
Imitation
Information society
Innovation
Innovativeness
Inspiration
Integrative complexity
Interests
Intrinsic motivation
Introversion
Intuition
Kirton adaptive-innovative inventory
Knowledge and creativity
Laws of historiometry
Levels or degrees of creativity
Lotka's law
Matthew effect
Meditation
Meme
Memetics
Mentors
Meta-analysis
Metacognition
Microdomain
Motivation
Multiple intelligences
Neural network
Niche audience
Nomothetic studies
Normative social influence
Nourishing and informative audience
Novelty and originality
Old age style
Original genius
Originality
Ortega hypothesis
Paradigm shift
Passionarity
Perceptual set
Performance
Period of noncreativity
Periods of creativity
Personal traits
Plank's principle
Plenum
Polar contrast
Post-industrial society and creativity
Price's law
Primary process
Psychedelic approach
Psychodynamic approach
Psychometric approach
Reactance
Responsive audience
Role models
Secondary process
Self-management
Social-personality approach
Solitude
Spontaneity
Stages of the creative process
Study of genius
Suicide
Systems approach
Talent
Talent scouts and agents
Task specificity
Task-involved motivation
Ten-year rule
Tertiary process
Third period
Types of creative persons
Usefulness
Utopian thinking
Value and usefulness
Years of silence
Zones of concentration and absorption

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

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