Componential Theory of Creativity

@inproceedings{Amabile2012ComponentialTO,
  title={Componential Theory of Creativity},
  author={T. Amabile},
  year={2012}
}
The componential theory of creativity is a comprehensive model of the social and psychological components necessary for an individual to produce creative work. The theory is grounded in a definition of creativity as the production of ideas or outcomes that are both novel and appropriate to some goal. In this theory, four components are necessary for any creative response: three components within the individual – domainrelevant skills, creativity-relevant processes, and intrinsic task motivation… Expand
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