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Creativity: Understanding Innovation in Problem Solving, Science, Invention, and the Arts

  title={Creativity: Understanding Innovation in Problem Solving, Science, Invention, and the Arts},
  author={Robert W. Weisberg},
Preface. Acknowledgments. Credits. CHAPTER 1: Two Case Studies in Creativity. Beliefs about Creativity. Two Case Studies in Creativity. Creativity in Science: Discovery of the Double Helix. Conclusions: Watson and Crick's Discovery of the Double Helix. Artistic Creativity: Development of Picasso's Guernica. Structure in Creative Thinking: Conclusions from the Case Studies. Revisiting the Question of Artistic Creativity versus Scientifi c Discovery. Beyond Case Studies: Outline of the Book… 

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