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Creativity, creative mind, phantasy and some unconsciousness, insight. Selected bibliography

Tadeusz Kobierzycki

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1865-1880

  1. Rowland Gibson Hazard: Freedom of mind in willing, or, Every being that wills a creative first cause. New York, London : D. Appleton 1865.
  2. Eduard von Hartmann: Philosophie des Unbewussten. 1869.
  3. Friedmund von Arnim: Das erkennende wie schöpferische Sichbewusstwerden ist die einzige besondere nur menschliche Seeleneigenschaft der sonst thierischen Seele des Menschen. Blankenese: Selbstverlag 1870.
  4. Orson Squire Fowler: Creative and sexual science. Or manhood, womanhood, and their mutual interrelations; love, its laws, power, etc….. as taught by phrenology and physiology. Philadelphia, Chicago: The National publishing company 1875; Reprint in Auszügen Chicago, Ill.: Follett 1971.
  5. Wilhelm Wundt: Logik : Eine Untersuchung der Principien der Erkenntniss und der Methoden Wissenschaftlicher Forschung. Stuttgart: Enke, 1. Bd. Erkenntnisslehre. 1880. 2. Bd. Methodenlehre 1883 (darin Begriff des Schöpferischen, der „schöpferischen Synthese“)
  6. Alfred Binet machte erste empirische Untersuchungen über Kreativität in den 1880er und 1890er Jahren.

 

1881-1890

  1. Wilhelm Dilthey: Das Schaffen des Dichters. Zeller-Festschrift 1887.
  2. Alfred Binet: Etudes de psychologie expérimentale : le fétichisme dans l’amour – la vie psychique des micro-organismes – l’intensité des images mentales – le problème hypnotique – note sur l’écriture hysterique. Paris: Octave Doin 1888, 2. ed. 1891.

 

1891-1900

  1. The myth of Prometheus, or the coming of creative power to man. Theosophical Publication Society. Theosophical Siftings ; 7, viii, London 1894.
  2. Anna M. Pennock: Creative force in the vegetable, animal and human world. Toledo, Ohio: Thought circle publishing co. 1897.
  3. Théodule Ribot: Essai sur l’imagination créatrice. Paris: Alcan 1900, mehrer ed. bis 1926; engl. Essay on the creative imagination. London 1906; Reprint New York: Arno Press 1973.

 

1901- 1910

  1. Lothar von Kunowski: Durch Kunst zum Leben. 1: Ein Volk von Genies. 1901; Bd. 2: Schöpferische Kunst. Leipzig: Diederichs 1902.
  2. Albert Adamkiewicz: Über das unbewusste Denken und Gedankensehen. Wien: Braumüller 1904; frz.: Pensée inconsciente et vision de la pensée. Paris: Rousset 1906.
  3. Hartley Burr Alexander: Poetry and the individual : an analysis of the imaginative life in relation to the creative spirit in man and nature. 1906.
  4. Henri Bergson: L’ Evolution créatrice. Paris: Alcan 1907, 28. ed. 1924, weitere ed. bis Paris: Pr. Univ. de France 1998; engl.: Creative Evolution. New York: Holt 1911; zahlreiche ed. London: Macmillan bis 1964;
  5. Henri Poincaré: Science et méthode. Paris: Flammarion 1908; dt.: Wissenschaft und Methode. Leipzig 1914 (darin das Kap.: Die mathematische Erfindung, 35-52; engl.: Mathematical creation (1913);
  6. Richard Müller-Freienfels: Zur Analyse der schöpferischen Phantasie. 1909.
  7. William McDougall: Instinct and intelligence. Journal of Psychology, vol.3, part 3, October 1910, 250-266: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1910.
  8. William Fletcher Barrett: Creative Thought. London 1910.
  9. Thomas Troward: The creative process in the individual. London: Stead, Danby and co. 1910.
  10. Alfred Russel Wallace: The world of life a manifestation of creative power, directive mind and ultimate purpose. London: Chapman and Hall 1910.

 

1911-1920

  1. William Juvenal Colville: Creative thought. Essays in the art of self-unfoldment. London, New thought library 1911.
  2. William Juvenal Colville: Creative thought : essays in the art of self-unfoldment. 1911.
  3. Kate Atkinson Boehme: Thinking in the heart. Ten lessons in realization. London: Power-Book Co. 1913.
  4. A. Hobson: Work and Wealth. Macmillan 1914, Chap. IV: „The Creative Factor in Production”.
  5. Sir William Barrett: Creative thought and the problem of evil. London: John M. Watkins, 2. ed. 1914.
  6. Laura M. Chassell: Test for originality. J. educ. Psychol. 7, 1916, 317-328.
  7. Frank C. Haddock: Creative Personality. 1916.
  8. Richard Müller-Freienfels: Das Denken und die Phantasie. Psychologische Untersuchungen nebst Exkursen zur Psychopathologie, Ästhetik und Erkenntnistheorie. Leipzig: Barth 1916, 3. ed. 1927.
  9. Frank Channing Haddock: Creative personality. A companion-book for the study and growth of the self. Meriden, Conn.: The Pelton publishing company 1916.
  10. Willard Huntington Wright: The creative will. New York: John Lane 1916.
  11. Cora Lenore Williams: Creative involution. New York: Knopf 1916.
  12. John Dewey et al.: Creative Intelligence. Essays in the pragmatic attitude. New York: Holt 1917; Reprint New York: Octagon Books 1970.
  13. Thomas Sharnol: Originality : a popular study of the creative mind. 1917.
  14. Thomas Sharper Knowlson: Originality. A popular study of the creative mind. London: Laurie 1917, 1919.
  15. Fred Henkel: Creative psychics. Los Angeles, Cal.: Printed by the Golden press 1917.
  16. Joel Elias Spingarn: Creative criticism. New York: H. Holt 1917.
  17. G. Jung: Psychologie der unbewussten Prozesse. 1917.
  18. Helen Marot: Creative impulse in industry; a proposition for educators. New York: E. P. Dutton 1918; Reprint New York: Arno Press 1977.
  19. Charlotte Bühler: Das Märchen und die Phantasie des Kindes. 1918, 3. ed. 1929.
  20. Edwin Emery Slosson: Creative chemistry. New York: The Century co. 1919.
  21. Ernest Shurtleff Holmes: Creative mind and success. New York: R. M. McBride & co. 1919.

 

1921-1930

  1. Julien Varendonck: The psychology of day-dreams. London: Allen & Unwin 1921;
  2. Richard Müller-Freienfels: Irrationalismus. 1922, Kap. VIII: Das schöpferische Denken.
  3. M. Simpson: Creative Imagination. Amer J. Psychol. 33, 1922, 234-243.
  4. Mary Parker Follet: Creative Experience. 1924, repr. 1951.
  5. Logan Pearsall Smith: Four words: romantic, originality, creative, genius. London: Clarendon 1924; Reprint New York, NY 1976.
  6. Bardsley, M. D. : Rejuvenation through creative imagery. Council Bluffs, Iowa 1925.
  7. Eliot Dole Hutchinson: An experimental study of creative effort. Diss. Harvard 1925.
  8. Glen U. Cleeton: Originality. A Summary of Experimental Literature. 1926.
  9. Cornell: Where to Find Selling and Advertising Ideas. 1926.
  10. Morris Jones: Ideal File – A First Aid Kit, not a Pulmotor. 1926.
  11. Cowell: The process of musical creation. Amer. J. Psychol. 37, 1926, 233-236.
  12. Creative reading:a course in current literature., Cambridge, Mass.1927.
  13. Creative expression through music. Washington, D.C.: The Progressive education association 1927.
  14. Herbert Newton Casson: Creative Thinkers. 1928.
  15. J. McConnell et al.: The creative intelligence and modern life. 1928.
  16. Robert R. Updegraff: The Subconscious Mind in Business. 1929.
  17. E. Downey: Creative Imagination. New York: Harcourt Brace 1929.
  18. Hughes Mearns: Creative Youth. 1930.
  19. Hughes Mearns: Creative Power. 1930.

 

1931-1940

  1. Hansbrook: The Conditions of Creative Work. 1931.
  2. Charles Spearman: Creative Mind. London 1931.
  3. Eliot Dole Hutchinson: Materials for the study of creative thinking. Psychological Bulletin 28, 1931, 392-410.
  4. W. Hartmann: The Concept and Criteria of Insight. Psychol Rev. 38, 1931, 243ff.
  5. Nathaniel David Mttron Hirsch: Genius and Creative Intelligence. Cambridge, Mass.: Sci-art Publishers 1931.
  6. C. Squires: The Evolution of Creative Imagination. 1931.
  7. Mary E. Bulbrook: An Experimental Inquiry into the Existence and Nature of „Insight”. 1932..
  8. B. Grippen: Creative Artistic Imagination. 1933.
  9. Creativity, politics and the A Priori: the symposia read at the joint session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association at the University, Birmingham, July 7-9th, 1933. Aristotelian Society. Supplementary volume, no. 12. London: Harrison 1933.
  10. M. Prize, J. L. Corzine: Creative learning. 1934.
  11. Ordway Tead: Creative management. The relation of aims to administration. New York: Association press 1935..
  12. Catharine Patrick: Creative Thought in Poets. Arch. Psychol. 26, 1935, 1-74.
  13. Harry W. Hepner: How to Use Idea Files. 1937.
  14. Catharine Patrick: Creative Thoughts in Artists. J. Psychol. 4, 1937, 35-73.
  15. Robert Platt Crawford: Think for yourself. New York: McGraw-Hill 1937.
  16. Johann Huizinga: Homo ludens. Amsterdam 1938
  17. Harms: A test for types of formal creativity. Psychol. Bull 36, 1939, 526-527.
  18. H. Griswold: Creative Power. 1939.
  19. William McCloy: Creative Imagination in Children and Adults. 1939.
  20. Hugo Mearns: The Creative Adult. 1939.
  21. R. Stevanson Jr., J. E. Ryan: Encouraging Creative Ability. 1940.
  22. Harding: An anatomy of inspiration. London 1940.

 

 1941-1950

  1. R. Porterfield: Creative Factors in Scientific Research. Durham, N. C. 1941.
  2. Hanns Sachs: The creative unconscious. Cambridge 1942
  3. Alex F. Osborn: How to Think Up. (38 Seiten). New York: McGraw-Hill 1942.
  4. F. Kettering: How can we develop inventors? In a symposium on Creative Engineering. New York: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 1944
  5. Welch: Recombination of ideas in creative thinking. J. appl. Psychol. 30, 1946, 638-643.
  6. Joseph Alois Schumpeter: The Creative Response in Economic History. J. of Economic History 7, 1947, 149-159.
  7. Robert Platt Crawford: How to Get Ideas. An essential and fundamental course in creative thinking.1.u. 2. ed. 1948.
  8. Alex F. Osborn: Your creative power. How to use imagination. New York: Scribner 1948.
  9. Eliot Dole Hutchinson: How to think creatively. New York 1949.
  10. Joy Paul Guilford: Creativity. Amer. Psychologist, 1950, 5, S. 444-454;

 

  1951- 1960

  1. Ghiselin: The Creative Process. Berkeley, Los Angeles: University of California Press. 1952.
  2. Abraham A. Moles: La création scientifique. Genf: Kister 1957 (Thèse Sorbonne 1952).
  3. Alex F. Osborn: Applied Imagination. Principles and Procedures of Creative Thinking. New York: Scribner’s 1953, third revised ed. 1963.
  4. C. Wilson, J. P. Guilford, P. R. Christensen: The measurement of individual differences in Originality. Psychological Bulletin 50, 1953, 362-370.
  5. Morris I. Stein: Creativity and Culture. J. Psychol. 36, 1953, 311-322.
  6. Jacques Maritain: L’intuition créatrice dans l’art et dans la poésie. Paris: Brouwer 1966 (zuerst engl.: Creative Intuition in Art and Poetry. New York 1953).
  7. M. MacIver (Ed.): New Horizons in Creative Thinking. A Survey and a Forecast. New York: The Institute for Religious and Social Studies 1954.
  8. Robert Platt Crawford: The techniques of creative thinking. 1954;
  9. W. Taylor (Ed.): The 1955 University of Utah Research Conference on the Identification of Creative Scientific Talents. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press 1956 (weitere Proceedings über viele Jahrzehnte).
  10. Catharine Patrick: What is Creative Thinking? 1955.
  11. E. Drevdahl: Factors of Importance for Creativity. Journal of Clinical Psychology 12, 1956, 24.
  12. Joy Paul Guilford: The relations of creative-thinking aptitudes to non-aptitude personality traits. Los Angeles, Psychological Laboratory 1957.
  13. Bernard J. F. Lonergan: Insight. A study of human understanding. London 1957; Toronto 5. ed. 1992; dt.: Die Einsicht. 2 Bde, Cuxhaven: Junghans 1995.
  14. S. Whiting: Creative Thinking. New York: Reinhold 1958.
  15. M. Clark: Brainstorming. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday 1958;
  16. Erich Neumann: Der schöpferische Mensch. Zürich: Rhein-Verlag 1959.
  17. H. Anderson (Ed.): Creativity and Its Cultivation. New York: Harper 1959.
  18. A. Harris: Creativity in Marketing. In P. Smith (Ed.): Creativity. New York: Hastings House 1959.
  19. P. Guilford: Intellectual resources and their values as seen by scientists. In C. W. Taylor (Ed.): The third (1959) University of Utah reserach conference on the identification of creative scientific talent. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press 1959, 128-149; auch in C. W. Taylor, F. Barron: Scientific Creativity. New York: Wiley 1964, 101-118.
  20. Eugene K. Von Fange: Professional Creativity. 1959
  21. Irving Maltzman, S. Simon, D. Raskin, L. Licht: Experimental studies in the training of originality. Psychological Monographs 74, 1960, No. 493; Washington : American Psychological Ass. 1960.
  22. Morris I. Stein, S. H. Heinze: Creativity and the individual. Chicago 1960.

 

1961-1970

  1. William J. J. Gordon: Synectics. The Development of Creative Capacity. New York: Harper 1961, 2. ed. 1968, 6. ed. New York: Collier 1976.
  2. Wilhelm E. Mühlmann: Homo creator. 1962.
  3. J. Parnes, H. F. Harding (Ed.): A Source Book for Creative Thinking. New York: Scribner’s 1962
  4. E. Gruber, G. Terrell, M. Wertheimer (Ed.): Contemporary approaches to creative thinking. New York. 1962.
  5. S. Allen: Morphological Creativity. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall 1962.
  6. W. Haefele: Creativity and Innovation. 1962.
  7. W. Getzels, Ph. W. Jackson: Creativity and Intelligence. New York 1962.
  8. A. Mednick: The associative basis of the creative process. Psychological Review 69, 1962, 220-232.
  9. W. Taylor, H. F. Harding (Ed.): Scientific Creativity. Its Recognition and Development. 1963, 3. ed. 1966.
  10. W. Taylor (Ed.): Widening Horizons in Creativity. New York 1964.
  11. Rossman: Industrial Creativity. The psychology of the inventor. New York 1964.
  12. Arthur Koestler: The Act of Creation. London, New YAork: Macmillan 1964; Jacob Bronowski: Insight. London: McDonald 1964.
  13. Hans Selye: From dream to discovery. On being a scientist. New York: McGraw-Hill 1964; Reprint New York:Arno Press 1975;
  14. Gary A. Steiner (Ed.): The Creative Organization. 1965.
  15. Frank Barron: The psychology of creativity. In T. M. Newcomb (Ed.): New directions in psychology 2, 1965, 1-134.
  16. W. Jackson, S. Messick: The person, the product and the response: conceptual problems in the assessment of creativity. J. Personality 33, 1965, 309-329; dt. in G. Ulmann 1973, 93-110.
  17. Adrian D. De Groot: Thought and Choice in Chess. Den Haag: Mouton 1965 (orig. holl. 1946).
  18. P. Torrance: Torrance Test of Crative Thinking. Princeton, N.J.: Personnell Press 1966.
  19. P. Guilford: The nature of human intelligence. New York 1967.
  20. Stanwood Cobb: The Importance of Creativity. 1967.
  21. L. Mooney, T. L. Razik (Ed.): Explorations in Creativity. 1967.
  22. Byron George Massialas: Creative encounters in the classroom : teaching and learning through discovery. New York: S. J. Parnes: Creative Behavior Guidebook. New York 1967.
  23. J. Cropley: Creativity. London: Longmans 1967.
  24. Polanyi: Schöpferische Einbildungskraft (aus dem Engl. übers.). Z. philos. Forsch. 22, 1968, 53-70.
  25. Charles D. Flory: Managing through Insight. 1968.
  26. Frank Barron: Creative Person and Creative Process. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston 1969.
  27. M. Prince: The Practice of Creativity. New York: Harper & Row 1970.
  28. Edward de Bono: Lateral Thinking. A Textbook of Creativity. London 1970;
  29. E. Vernon: Creativity. Selected readings. 1970.

 

1971-1980

  1. A. Wallach: The intelligence/creativity distinction. New York 1971.R. Helson: Women Mathematicians and the Creative Personality. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 36, 1971, 210-220.
  2. Anthony Storr: The Dynamics of Creation. New York: Athenaeum 1972, Reprint als Pelican Book 1983; erneut New York: Ballantine 1993.
  3. Hideki Yukawa: Creativity and Intuition. A Physicist Looks at East and West. Tokyo 1973.
  4. Albert Rothenberg, Bette Greenberg: The Index of Scientific Writings on Creativity; creative men and women. 1974.
  5. Morris I. Stein: Stimulating Creativity. 2 Bde. New York: Academic Press 1974 und 1975.
  6. A. Taylor, J. W. Getzels (Ed.): Perspectives in Creativity. Chicago: Aldine 1975.
  7. Steiner: Kreativität. In H. Äbli, G. Steiner: Probleme der Schulpraxis und die Erziehungswissenschaften. Stuttgart 1975, 70ff.
  8. H. Harvey: The inward wits. Psychological theory in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. London 1975.
  9. Gottfried Hielscher (Ed.): Geniale Aussenseiter. Wien, Düsseldorf: Econ 1975
  10. Kurt Westphal: Genie und Talent in der Musik. Bosse 1977.

 

1981-1990

  1. Woody, G. Claridge: Psychoticism and thinking. Brit. J. of Soc. and Clin. Psychol. 16, 1977, 241-248.
  2. J. Lischka (Ed.): Genie gibt’s. Frankfurt: Bethel 1981.
  3. Eduard Dreher: Der Mensch zwischen Anschauung und Abstraktion; Gerhard Simson: Genie und Irrsinn. Ein überholtes Begriffspaar. Basel: Karger 1982.
  4. S. Albert: Genius and Eminence. The social Psychology of Creativity and Exceptional Achievement. Oxford 1983.
  5. Jan Ehrenwald: Anatomy of Genius. Split Brains and Global Minds. New York: Human Sciences Press 1984.
  6. Dean Keith Simonton: Genius, Creativity and Leadership. Cambridge, Mass. 1984.
  7. J. Cropley, J. McLeod, D. Dehn: Begabung uand Begabungsförderung. Heidelberg: Asanger 1988.
  8. Dean Keith Simonton: Scientific genius. A psychology of science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1988.
  9. Hare: The Key to Genius. British Medical Journal 297, 1988, 1275ff.
  10. Anthony Storr: The school of genius. London: Deutsch 1988; dt.: Die schöpferische Einsamkeit. Das Geheimnis des Genies. Wien: Zsolnay 1990.
  11. Michael J. A. Howe: Fragments of genius. The strange feats of idiot savants. London: Routledge 1989.
  12. Penelope Murray (Ed.): Genius. The history of an idea. Oxford: Blackwell 1989.
  13. Christine Battersby: Gender and genius. Towards a feminist aesthetics. London: Women’s Press 1989.

 

1991-2000

  1. Winfried Schleiner: Melancholy, Genius and Utopia in the Renaissance. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 1991.
  2. Robert B. Dilts: Einstein. Geniale Denkstrukturen. Paderborn: Junfermann 1992
  3. Ernst A. Hany, Horst Nickel: Begabung und Hochbegabung. Bern: Huber 1992
  4. Marie-Louise Neubeiser: Die Logik des Genialen. Wiesbaden: Gabler 1993
  5. Norbert Elias: Mozart. Zur Soziologie eines Genies. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp 1993
  6. Howard Gardner: Creative mind. New York: Basic Books 1993; dt.: So genial wie Einstein. Schlüssel zum kreativen Denken. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta 1996 (7 Biographien: Freud, Einstein, Picasso, Stravinsky, T. S. Eliot, Martha Graham, Mahatma Gandhi).
  7. Dean Keith Simonton: Greatness. Who makes history and why. New York: Guilford Press 1994
  8. Jerry S. Clegg: On genius. New York: Peter Lang 1994
  9. Hans Jürgen Eysenck: Genius. The natural history of Creativity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1995, 2. ed. 1996
  10. Arnold M. Ludwig: The price of greatness. Resolving the creativity and madness controversy. New York: Guilford Press 1995