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  1. New Directions in Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts (Foundations and Frontiers in Aesthetics) (Foundations and Frontiers of Aesthetics)
  2. Evolutionary And Neurocognitive Approaches to Aesthetics, Creativity And the Arts (Foundations and Frontiers of Aesthetics) (Foundations and Frontiers ... (Foundations and Frontiers of Aesthetics) by Vladimir Petrov, 2007-02-02
  3. Aesthetic Experience: Beauty, Creativity, and the Search for the Ideal (Contemporary Psychoanalytic Studies, 5) (Contemporary Psychoanalytic Studies) by George Hagman, 2005-07
  4. Communication, creativity, change: Aesthetics of social adaptation by Timothy Neal Thompson, 1995
  5. Art Beauty and Creativity: Indian and Western Aesthetics by Shyamala Gupta, 1999-02
  6. Great Indian Thinkers on Art ; Creativity, Aesthetic Communication, and Freedom by Ranjan K. Ghosh, 2006
  7. The Zen of Creativity: Cultivating Your Artistic Life by John Daido Loori, 2005-05-31
  8. Creativity, Culture and Values: Comparative Essays in Literary Aesthetics (New Studies in Aesthetics) by Shirley J. Paolini, 1991-05
  9. New Directions in Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts. by Paul Locher, 2006
  10. The Making of Bamana Sculpture: Creativity and Gender (Res Monographs in Anthropology and Aesthetics) by Sarah C. Brett-Smith, 1995-02-24
  11. Concerning Creativity: A Comparison of Chu Hsi, Whitehead, and Neville (S U N Y Series in Religious Studies) by John H. Berthrong, 1998-11
  12. The Artist's Quest of Inspiration (Aesthetics Today) by Peggy Hadden, 2004-07-01
  13. Life - Truth in its Various Perspectives: Cognition, Self-Knowledge, Creativity, Scientific Research, Sharing-in-Life, Economics (Analecta Husserliana)
  14. Creative Intelligence: Toward Theoretical Integration (Perspectives on Creativity)

1. APA Division 10 - Society For The Psychology Of Aesthetics, Creativity And The A
Division 10 Society for the Psychology of aesthetics, creativity andthe Arts. Click here to go directly to the website of Division
Division 10 - Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts
Click here to go directly to the website of Division 10 - Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts. Division 10 - Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts is committed to interdisciplinary scholarship, both theoretical and empirical, encompassing the visual arts, poetry, literature, music, and dance. Broadly conceived, we study three interrelated topics: creativity (including developmental, motivational, affective, and cognitive processes), the arts (including aesthetic content, form, and function), and audience response to the arts (including preferences and judgments). To this end, we apply personality, clinical, cognitive, perceptual, cultural, and postmodern psychologies to diverse artists, styles, and epochs. Division 10 offers a biannual newsletter; three annual awards, the Berlyne, Arnheim, and Farnsworth Awards; and discounts on five specialized journals. Membership Application:

2. DAPME: Entries By Topic
Entries By Topic. Topics. aesthetics creativity. ARTIST/PERFORMER. BROADCAST JOURNALISM Entries For aesthetics creativity (Aes Creat)

3. C C 99, Ontology, Aesthetics And Creativity
Ontology, aesthetics and creativity at the crossroads in informationsystem design. Full text, pdf formatPdf (1.59 MB). Source, creativity

4. Critical Ceramics: Topics In Contemporary Ceramic Art
Critical Ceramics is a nonprofit committed to publishing the widest range of articles and reviews on international contemporary ceramic art. Article themes include creativity, aesthetics, contemporary art, culture, exhibitions, artistic movements, art criticism, and individual artists.
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5. C&C: C&C '99
Ontology, aesthetics and creativity at the crossroads in information system designAlberto Faro, Daniela Giordano Pages 124 131 Full text available pdf

6. Martindale, Colin
creativity, evolutionary theory of artistic and literary change, experimental aesthetics, and neural networks. Also describes campaign platform for President of the American Psychological Association. (University of Maine, USA).
Colin Martindale
for APA President email me at: or
University of Maine Overview I am running for president of the American Psychological Association. I'd like to ask that you give me a high ranking if you agree with my platform. If you disagree with me, it is fine with me if you give me a high ranking, but I rather doubt that you would be inclined to do so. I've been deeply honored, and rather surprised, at the number of people who have urged me to run for president of APA. I hope that you will read all of this message. I am supposedly an academic candidate, but some of what I say may seem to the "left" of what practitioner candidates say. If elected, one of my jobs would be to get experimental psychologists to come back to APA. Right now, I see clinical psychologists facing problems where I think I could help, so forgive me if I speak more to their concerns than to those of experimental psychologists. Some may wonder what qualifies me to be APA president. I certainly wouldn't bring up that issue but fear that the question will occur to you, so I thought I should bring it up myself. I'll answer the question indirectly at first. When I look through the job listings in the APA Monitor, I see that I'd have a horrible time getting a job were I a new Ph.D. Not being able to get a job qualifies me to be president? No, but it helps. Most of these job listings want people specializing in very narrow areas. When people ask me what my specialty is, I have no idea what to say. I don't have one. I'm a psychologist who has done work in almost all areas of our field. My degree is in clinical psychology (Harvard, 1970). When I got my degree, the only difference between a degree in clinical and a degree in social and personality psychology was whether one did a clinical internship.

in addressing the nature of artistic creativity, aesthetics, and has significantly influenced critical writing Chapter Six. aesthetics, creativity, and the Potential Space
PSYCHOANALYTIC AESTHETICS: THE BRITISH SCHOOL by Nicola Glover Home Contents Rationale Search ... Bibliography NICOLA GLOVER Psychoanalytic Aesthetics: The British School Abstract The impact of British Psychoanalytic theory on our aesthetics and criticism has not been explored in any systematic way. This study aims to examine important theoretical developments within the British School of Psychoanalysis, and the contribution of these to psychoanalytic aesthetics - both within in the clinical and non-clinical domain. A critical overview of the classical Freudian aesthetics will form the background against which these subsequent developments in British psychoanalysis shall be viewed. This study aims to show that the dialogue between those clinicians such as Melanie Klein, Hannah Segal, Wilfred Bion, Donald Meltzer, Donald Winnicott and Marion Milner, and non-practitioners such as Adrian Stokes, Anton Ehrenzweig, Peter Fuller, and Richard Wollheim, has been extraordinarily fruitful in addressing the nature of artistic creativity, aesthetics, and has significantly influenced critical writing, particularly in the domain of the visual arts. It will be argued that taken as a whole, their contributions represent the development of a uniquely

8. - Musical Aesthetics And Creativity In Beethoven: A Computer Analysis Of 105 Com
Empirical Studies of the Arts. Volume Five, Issue Two. Musical aestheticsand creativity in Beethoven A computer analysis of 105 compositions.
Empirical Studies of the Arts
Volume Five, Issue Two
Musical aesthetics and creativity in Beethoven: A computer analysis of 105 compositions.
Dean Keith Simonton, 1987, 5:2, 87-104.
An aesthetic aspect of professional sport
John Benjafield, 1987, 5:2, 105-114.
Abstract: How often does a professional sports team have to win in order to demonstrate that it is a worthy representative of its home city? The answer may very well be: 61.8 percent home victories for a hockey team, and 61.8 percent total victories for a championship baseball team. Both these values are the Golden Section, the most famous proportion in Western aesthetics. The fact that the Golden Section appears to be a regulating proportion in sport implies that it is an archetype, and operates in a way that is complementary to the Gestalt law of symmetry.
Cognitive processes in reading literary texts: The influence of context, goals and situations.
Dietrich Meutsch, 1987, 5:2, 115-137.
Abstract: Is literary meaning amenable to an explanation within the cognitive paradigm of psychology? A convention oriented explanation exists as opposed to an autonomous ontology of meaning. The central difficulty of explanation is its lack of empirical bases. The hypothesis that encoding —which is action and goal specific and retrieval are activated by specific conventions and caused by different types of elaboration and inference is tested. The dependent variables were studied in a 2 x 2 free recall experiment. The hypothesis mentioned was tested in a 2 x 2 x 2 recognition experiment. The results for a cognitive conception of literary meaning are significant. The methodological and theoretical consequences are discussed.

9. Art, Science And The Importance Of Aesthetics In Instructional Design
of such ideas as aesthetics, creativity, visual communication and interpretation within more critical issues of aesthetics, creativity and communication/interpretation . Max

10. - Processing Of Aesthetic Information
Contrary to their view, it will be argued that prototypicality will notdo as a central concept in aesthetics. creativity in the retarded.
Empirical Studies of the Arts
Volume Nine, Issue One
Processing of aesthetic information.
Predrag Ognjenovic, 1991, 9:1, 1-9.
Abstract: In a preference choice task subjects were tachistoscopically presented with aesthetic stimuli of equivalent meaning (i.e., semantics) which were modified in three different ways: (H) harmony, symmetry, (R) redundance, decoration, and (D) distant, original piece of art. In this research, a standard procedure used in experimental cognitive psychology was applied, i.e., variation of exposure duration which provided variation of depth of processing. At the shortest exposure duration subjects preferred the (H) type of stimuli. Increase of exposure duration to 500 ms shifted preference to (R) type of stimuli, while a further increase of an additional 500 ms favoured (D) type of stimuli. A model of aesthetic decision making including three consecutive stages with different operative characteristics is proposed.
Comparisons between museum and mass-produced art.
Martin S. Lindauer, 1991, 9:1, 11-22.

11. The Growing Importance Of Aesthetics In Instructional Design
The Growing Importance of aesthetics inInstructional DesignKristin ParkerEME 7938Dr to examine the roles of aesthetics, creativity, visual communication, concept and interpretation

12. Visual Design, Æsthetics And Creativity WebQuest
This is an opportunity for you to share what you have learned about visual designand aesthetics and specifically how you can apply that knowledge to the real
Tom Quily - Designer
Joan Butterworth - Researcher

Michelle Johnstone - Researcher

Kristina Schneider - Subject Matter Expert, Designer, Developer
for ETEC637
Concordia University 2003
A WebQuest for the introduction of the 015A Screen Design Adaptation competency 582. A0 Multimedia DEC
Introduction Task Process Evaluation ... Teacher Page
You're the final word! You know a good Website when you see it. Now you are going to back up your intuitive ability with a framework of principles on:
  • message and communication theory design theory color theory
Specific Course Objectives*
  • Analyze the structure of communication within the screen [015A-1] Analyze the screen design [015A-2] Propose modifications to the screen design [015A-3] Organize the screen page [015A-4] Verify the quality of the screen layout [015A-5]
* Partial completion of objectives
Learning Objectives for the WebQuest
You will be able to identify good visual design principles that promote clarity and simplicity in interface, page layout, and proportion.

13. Dr. Simonton's Home Page
President, Division 10 Society for the Psychology of aesthetics, creativity and the Arts, APA (1985-1986 Society for the Psychology of aesthetics, creativity and the Arts (1983);
Dean Keith Simonton, PhD Distinguished Professor of Psychology, University of California, Davis Contents Research Teaching Service Contact Information ... Personal Interests RESEARCH
Genius, creativity, leadership, talent, and aesthetics - the cognitive, personal, developmental, social, and cultural factors behind eminence, giftedness, and talent in science, art, politics, and war. Archival data analysis - cross-cultural, transhistorical, biographical, and content analytical measures, with special stress on the historiometric analyses of eminent personalities, notable events, and creative products. History of psychology - including analyses from the standpoint of the psychology of science, especially the psychology of distinguished scientists.
Publications Genius, creativity, and leadership: Historiometric inquiries (Harvard University Press, 1984);
Why presidents succeed: A political psychology of leadership
(Yale University Press, 1987);
Scientific genius: A psychology of science
(Cambridge University Press, 1988);
Psychology, science, and history: An introduction to historiometry

14. The Artist's Way On-Line Cluster
discussion forums. International Association of Empirical aesthetics (emotion,creativity and art). The Birdhouse Arts Collective. American
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15. Creativity Coach Manifest Your Creative Potential
creativity coaching life coaching for creative people. For me, creativity coaching is a natural result of my experiences teaching adults, my long dedication own creative life, and my doctoral work in aesthetics, creativity and ecology

16. Applied Aesthetics
Environmental aesthetics and Chinese Landscape Design (continued in the archives) Dusan Pajin, Mon, Apr 9 2001 at 839 am; 15. creativity - Ron Jump, Tue, Mar

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17. Better Home Better Living Contest
category will be judged under the supervision of Better Homes and Gardens magazineusing the following criteria aesthetics/appearance, creativity of ideas
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2. How to Enter: Contest begins on January 13, 2004 and ends on November 4, 2004. The entry process requires two steps, registration and entry . First, you must register to receive an entry packet. You may register by calling 1-866-509-1690 or by writing to 2004 Better Home Better Living Contest Registration, P.O. Box 35546, Des Moines, IA 50315-0305, or online at Contestants who register by 800 number or postal mail must pay $3.00 for the postage and handling of entry packet. You may download the registration packet for free from our website. Second, once you receive entry packet, you must choose which Category of Competition in which you wish to participate, fill out the requested information and mail to Better Homes and Gardens 2004 Better Home Better Living Contest, P.O. Box 7050, Des Moines, IA, 50309-7050.

18. EURAM 2002 - Management By Play, Creativity And Aesthetics
Management by Play, creativity and aesthetics List of tracks. Creating creativityThe Organizational Manipulation of aesthetics in a WebDesign Department.
Management by Play, Creativity and Aesthetics List of tracks Abstract for this track Schedule for the Supertrack
Session I

Thursday, May 9,
Storytelling: Transferring Tacit Corporate

Knowledge In Different Cultures
Haghirian, Parissa
Chini, Tina C. Film As Experience: Seeing Country Cultures Through Film Champoux, Joseph E. The Music of Management: Some Metaphysical Aporias of Leadership Kirkeby, Ole Fogh Management as Performance and Theatrical Events
Session II
Thursday, May 9, Creating Creativity: The Organizational Manipulation of Aesthetics in a Web-Design Department Warren, Sam Caught in the Iron Cage of Creativity - The Ten Commandments of the Creative Field Ericsson, Daniel Motivation, Individuation, and Positive Illusions of Creative Musicians Mannarelli, Thomas Management in the Wake of Desire: Heretical Transformation in Pasolini´s Medea Borgerson, Janet L. Session III Paper Author/s Friday, May 10, Corporate Art or Artful Corporation? The Emerging Philosophy Firm Guillet de Monthoux, Pierre Arts-in-Business. Proposing a Theoretical Framework

19. The Artist's Way On-Line Cluster
creativity Web Sites. creativity. Psychology. Spirituality and Art. Organizations International Association of Empirical aesthetics (emotion, creativity and art)
Helpful sites:


Recorded Books
LinkShare Referral Program
Creativity Web Sites
Creativity Psychology Spirituality and Art Organizations ... Humor

20. APA Division 10 Web Site
affiliates are invited to join the Division 10 list service, a lively forum for interdisciplinarydiscussion of the arts, creativity, aesthetics and psychology
-site overview
-division 10 by-laws
-join the listserv! Officers and Committee Chairs Membership
-application Annual Convention Awards
-Berlyne Award
-Arnheim Award
-Farnsworth Award Resources
-history of Division 10
-related links Bulletin of Psychology and the Arts Welcome to the Web site of the American Psychological Association's Division for Psychology and the Arts Psychology and the Arts Site Overview Why Psychology and the Arts? Division 10 By-Laws Join the Listserv! Division 10 members and affiliates are invited to join the Division 10 list service, a lively forum for interdisciplinary discussion of the arts, creativity, aesthetics and psychology. The list service also posts timely information about conferences, books, and other programs of interest to Division 10 members. It is a wonderful way to get to know colleagues across the country and around the world who share your interests. To join the Division 10 list, please email Sarah Benolken at

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