Creativity: Beyond the Myth of Genius

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W.H. Freeman, 1993 - Psychology - 312 pages
In this volume, Robert Weisberg demystifies the phenomenon of creativity. Backed with case studies, psychological research findings, and investigations of the work of some of history's most creative personalities (Newton, Edison, Picasso, Mozart, and others), Weisberg demonstrates that creative thinking is an extension of our normal mental capacity--that the roots of 'genius' lie in all of us.

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