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  • Domain Specificity of Creativity: Theory, Research, and Practice

    Creativity has commonly been thought of either as a set of domain- general skills that can be applied broadly like a special kind of intelligence or as a general personality trait that colors a person’s approach to any kind of task or problem, but these ways of thinking about creativity are misleading. A better metaphor for creativity than either intelligence or a personality trait is expertise.

  • Domain Specificity and the Limits of Creativity Theory

    There is a large and growing body of evidence that argues for the domain specificity of creativity. This has serious implications for creativity assessment, research, theory, and training.

  • Domain Specificity of Creativity

    Is creativity a general skill that transcends domains, or is it more like expertise, which is very domain specific?