Affect, Creative Experience, and Psychological Adjustment
Sandra Walker Russ
Psychology Press, 1999 - Psychology - 244 pages
Previously neglected, more and more "affect and creativity" is recognized as an area that is important to research and exciting to investigate. Affect, Creative Experience, and Psychological Adjustment presents the very latest ideas and research by leaders in the field about the role of affect in the creative process.
This book is an arena where new theories and concepts are presented, research findings compared and discussed, methodological issues wrestled with, and future research directions outlined. This volume addresses the key questions in this emerging area through a superb balance of strong research and a presentation of current concepts and syntheses as groundwork for future empirical investigations.
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