Can creativity be studied scientifically?
Mark Runco is the editor of the Creativity Research Journal, a professor, and a leading creativity scholar who is active in empirical research and has published cognitive, economic, genetic, historical, developmental, and educational books and articles on the topic. To help people fulfill their capacity for creativity, he has devised a battery of tests that measures creative potential and performance. He teaches a variety of graduate and undergraduate classes on creativity and innovation, and once each year he organizes an international creativity conference.
A comprehensive introductory overview of creativity theory and research by the preeminent researcher in the field.
This wide-ranging work covers theories of creativity, whether creativity is influenced by nature or nature, whether creativity can be enhanced, and much more.