(PDF KINDLE) Genius The Natural History of Creativity Problems in the Behavioural Sciences Author Hans Jürgen Eysenck


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  • Genius The Natural History of Creativity Problems in the Behavioural Sciences
  • Hans Jürgen Eysenck
  • English
  • 12 July 2019
  • 9780521485081

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Genius The Natural History of Creativity Problems in the Behavioural Sciences

FREE DOWNLOAD Genius The Natural History of Creativity Problems in the Behavioural Sciences FREE DOWNLOAD à Genius The Natural History of Creativity Problems in the Behavioural Sciences SUMMARY ì IDELTA.US ✓ Hans Jürgen Eysenck This text presents a novel theory of creativity that is based on the linkage between the. Eysenck dissects the concept of creativity and genius and does a really interesting and good of a job Essentially he gets it down to three parts that are needed to be regarded as highly creative or brilliant1 Genetics and moderate psychoticism the way you are wired genetically and biologically makes your brain work in a specific way One important aspect is cognitive inhibition How cognitively inhibited you are meaning to which degree you make unusual connections to certain ideas regulates how original your thoughts and actions are This is connected to psychoticism Psychoticism a personality trait Eysenck has done extensive work on is a measure on how impulsive and sensation seeking a person is Moderate psychoticism is creatively favorable because too low a score makes a person rigid in their thinking and too high a score is connected to pathology Schizophrenics and bipolar individuals are too scattered to make a productive contribution2 Intelligence and motivation moderately high or high intelligence I is necessary but not sufficient Highly creative people also need to be motivated and conscientious They need to have to motivation to be highly industrious Lazy creatives wouldn t get their ideas or works out to the public3 Socio cultural factors the creative person needs to be acknowledged as useful It doesn t matter if a person is brilliant if society or its culture doesn t accept what the person is doing If society is unaccepting the creative person s work wouldn t be widely known Creative people in poor places in the world also have a hard time making it because of the difficulties of spreading their ideasEysenck puts forward that creativity and intelligence for that matter isn t something everyone has at their disposal All people are not euals in creativity and it s not even normally distributed in the population Creativity seems to follow a Pareto distribution or Price s law Most people are not creative at all a small percentage is moderately and an extremely small minority is extremely creative and prolific The most creative individuals put out an immense body of work while the rest barely contributes to the wholeThis book was interesting and fascinating in it s analysis and is backed up by a lot of scientific work Some parts were fascinating than others of course especially the parts about intuition and the contribution of the unconscious in new discoveries That being said parts of the book were very technical in describing certain concepts and studies and took significantly time to get through Those parts were also harder to understand and maybe could ve been shorter Most of the cited research is dated but not outdated I would say so there are probably new discoveries in this field that aren t available in this book Eysenck is cautious about not jumping to conclusions too early though because of the research that is needed in the futureHighly recommended read if you re interested in psychology and creativity It has a lot of insights regarding these themes Non luogo a procedere linkage between the. Eysenck dissects the concept of creativity and genius and does a really interesting and good of a job Essentially he gets it down to three parts that are needed to be regarded as highly creative or brilliant1 Genetics and moderate psychoticism the way you are wired genetically and biologically makes your brain work in a specific way One important aspect is cognitive inhibition How cognitively inhibited you are meaning to which degree you make unusual connections to certain ideas regulates how original your thoughts and actions are This is connected to psychoticism Psychoticism a personality trait Eysenck has done extensive work on is a measure on how impulsive and sensation seeking a person is Moderate psychoticism is creatively favorable because too Ainsi se tut Zarathoustra low a score makes a person rigid in their thinking and too high a score is connected to pathology Schizophrenics and bipolar individuals are too scattered to make a productive contribution2 Intelligence and motivation moderately high or high intelligence I is necessary but not sufficient Highly creative people also need to be motivated and conscientious They need to have to motivation to be highly industrious Lazy creatives wouldn t get their ideas or works out to the public3 Socio cultural factors the creative person needs to be acknowledged as useful It doesn t matter if a person is brilliant if society or its culture doesn t accept what the person is doing If society is unaccepting the creative person s work wouldn t be widely known Creative people in poor places in the world also have a hard time making it because of the difficulties of spreading their ideasEysenck puts forward that creativity and intelligence for that matter isn t something everyone has at their disposal All people are not euals in creativity and it s not even normally distributed in the population Creativity seems to follow a Pareto distribution or Price s Awakening law Most people are not creative at all a small percentage is moderately and an extremely small minority is extremely creative and prolific The most creative individuals put out an immense body of work while the rest barely contributes to the wholeThis book was interesting and fascinating in it s analysis and is backed up by a Call Me By Your Name lot of scientific work Some parts were fascinating than others of course especially the parts about intuition and the contribution of the unconscious in new discoveries That being said parts of the book were very technical in describing certain concepts and studies and took significantly time to get through Those parts were also harder to understand and maybe could ve been shorter Most of the cited research is dated but not outdated I would say so there are probably new discoveries in this field that aren t available in this book Eysenck is cautious about not jumping to conclusions too early though because of the research that is needed in the futureHighly recommended read if you re interested in psychology and creativity It has a The Mark of Athena lot of insights regarding these themes

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