First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Part I. Affect and the Creative Experience. On the Relationship Between Affect and Creative Problem Solving. Mood and Creativity Research: The View from a Conceptual Organizing Perspective. The Emotional Resonance Model of Creativity: Theoretical and Practical Extensions. Play, Affect, and Creativity: Theory and Research. Intrinsic Motivation, Affect and Creativity. Part II. Affect and Creative Expression. Affect in Artistic and Scientific Creativity. Affect in Artists and Architects: Images of Self and World. Feeling Creativity Through Deep Listening. On the Role of Affect in Scientific Discovery. Part III. Creativity, Psychopathology, and Adjustment. Tension, Adaptability, and Creativity. The Subtle Attraction: Beauty as a Force in Awareness, Creativity, and Survival. Creativity, Bipolarity, and the Dynamics of Style.