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Domain-specific theories

Theories of creativity that argue that the skills and understandings that underlie successful performance in a given domain are largely unrelated to the skills and understandings that underlie successful performance in other domains. The evidence for domain specificity in creativity suggests that the level of creative performance in one domain is unrelated to the level of performance in other domains and the same is true even for performing particular tasks within the same domain (Baer 1993, 1999).

Domain-specific theories. Dictionary of Creativity: Terms, Concepts, Theories & Findings in Creativity Research / Compiled and edited by Eugene Gorny. Netslova.ru, 2007.
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