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Creative Product

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Educational Psychology
Course Code
EPSY 430
Professor
Woodward

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Keith Owen
9/26/13
EPSY 430
The Creative Product
Theology of Creativity: Creationism 101
Arthur Koestler: Bisociation of Ideas
o Taking two unlike things and putting them together.
The Creative Product
Morris Stein (1953)- Creativity is, “the process which results in a novel work that
is accepted as useful or satisfying by a group at some point in time.”
o Is novelty enough to declare a product creative?
David McKinnon (1999)
o Requirements for a creative product:
Novelty (must be original.)
Relative to a given population of products.
Adaptive
Must solve a problem/fix a need/accomplish goal.
Produced
Follow through must be sustained, evaluated, developed and
communicated to others.
Aesthetically Pleasing
Transcending and Transforming Nature
The impact it makes.
o A subjective judgment.
Susan Besemer (1998)
o Creative Product Analysis Matrix
Creative Product Semantic Scale
Novelty
o Original
o Surprise (the “wow” factor)
Resolution
o Valuable
o Logical
o Useful
o Understandable
Elaboration and Synthesis
o Organic
o Well-Crafted
o Elegant
Mihalhyi Csikzentmihalyi
o “Big C” vs. “little c” creativity
Big C
Big “C” creativity leads to domain being changed.
Big “C” person is well known in field.

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Keith Owen 9/26/13 EPSY 430 The Creative Product Theology of Creativity: Creationism 101  Arthur Koestler: Bisociation of Ideas o Taking two unlike things and putting them together. The Creative Product  Morris Stein (1953)- Creativity is, “the process which results in a novel work that is accepted as useful or satisfying by a group at some point in time.” o Is novelty enough to declare a product creative?  David McKinnon (1999) o Requirements for a creative product:  Novelty (must be original.)  Relative to a given population of products.  Adaptive  Must solve a problem/fix a need/accomplish goal.  Produced  Follow through must be sustained, evaluated, developed and communicated to others.  Aesthetically Pleasing  Transcending and Transforming Nature  The impact it makes. o A subjective judgment.  Susan Bese
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