Psychology of learning


Definitions of Creativity



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11.2.1 Definitions of Creativity

“Creativity is the capacity of a person to produce compositions, products or ideas which are essentially new or novel and previously unknown to the producer
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Drevdhal, J. E.
“Creative is a process extended in time and characterized by original adaptiveness and realization
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Mc Kinnon
“A process is creative when it results in a novel work that is accepted as tenable, useful or satisfying by a group at a point in time
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Taylor
“Creativity is a process sensing gaps or disturbing missing elements, forming ideas or hypotheses communicating the result, possibly modifying and retesting hypotheses
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Torrance
“It is distinguished between discovery, invention and creativity by saying that fact is discovered, theory is invented by only a masterpriece is created
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Bronowsky




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If we will analyse the definitions of creativity, it seems to fall under four categories.
- The person who Crates
- Mental processes asserting within the person who creates.
- Cultural and environmental factors working on the creator.
- Products of creativity, i.e. poems, paintings, theories and inventions.




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