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Period of noncreativity
Periods of creativity
Post-industrial society and creativity
A refined formulation of Lotka's law made by Price (1963). According to Price's law, half of all scientific contributions are made by the square root of the total number of scientific contributors: thus, if there are 100 scientists within a given discipline, just 10 of them will account for 50 percent of all publications. The Price's law describes unequal distribution of productivity in most domains of creativity.
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