Creativity

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Professor Vernon covers a wide variety of work: studies of genius and of highly talented children; the nature of inspiration in the arts and sciences, illustrated by introspective material by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Stephen Spender and Henry Poincare; attempts to measure creative talents by 'open-ended' or 'divergent thinking' tests; the personality of the creative individual; and the effect of education or special training on the development of creativity.

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Subject(s)Psychology
Age14-16, 16-19, FE/HE
AuthorP E Vernon
Published1975
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Shelf ref. numberA 153 VER
ISBN0140805265
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