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Creativity Techniques - Bibliography

GORDON, W. J. J. Synectics: the development of creative capacity. New York: Harper & Row, 1961.

RHODES, M. Analysis of creativity. Phi Delta Kappan, v. 42, n. 7, p. 305-310, 1961.

ARNOLD, J. E. Useful creativity techniques. In: PARNES, S. (Ed.). Sourcebook for creative thinking. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1962. p. 127-138.

OSBORN, A. F. Applied imagination. 3rd ed. New York: Scribner, 1963.

ROHRBACH, B. Creative by rules - method 635, a new technique for solving problems. Absatzwirtschaft, v. 12, p. 73-53, 1969.

ZWICKY, F. Discovery invention, research through the morphological approach. New York: Macmillan, 1969.

DE BONO, E. Lateral thinking: creativity step by step. New York: Harper & Row, 1970.


TORRANCE, E. P. Can we teach children to think creatively? The Journal of Creative Behavior, v. 6, p. 114-143, 1972.

TORRANCE, E. P. Creativity in the classroom. Washington: National Education Association, 1977.

MANSFIELD, R. S.; BUSSE, T. V.; KREPLKA, E. J. The effectiveness of creativity training. Review of Educational Research, v. 48, p. 517-536, 1978.

BARRON, F.; HARRINGTON, D. M. Creativity, intelligence, and personality. Annual Review of Psychology, v. 32, p. 439-476, 1981..

VANCE, M. Storyboarding. In: VANCE, M. Creativity. Illinois: Nightengale-Conant, 1982.

ALTSHULLER, G. S. Creativity as an exact science: the theory of the solution of inventive problems. New York: Gordon and Breach, 1984.

GARDNER, H. Creativity: a interdisciplinary perspective. Creativity Research Journal, v. 1, p. 8-26, 1988.

GEIS, G. T. Making companies creative. In: KUHN, R. L (Ed.).  Handbook for creative and innovative managers. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1988. p. 25-33.

GRUBER, H. E. The envolving systems approach to creative work. Creativity Research Journal, v. 1, p. 27-59, 1988.

STERNBERG, R. J.; LUBART, T. I. An investment theory of
creativity and its development. Human Development, v.
34, p. 1-31, 1991.

WOODMAN, R. W.; SAWYER, J. E.; GRIFFIN, R. W. Toward a theory of organizational creativity. Academy of Management Review, v. 18, p. 293-321, 1993.

CONEY, J.; SERNA, P. Creative thinking from an information processing perspective: a new approach to mednick’s theory of associative hierarchies. The Journal of Creative
Behavior, v. 29, p. 109-130, 1995.

COUGER, J. D. Creative problem solving and opportunity finding. Danvers: Mass., Boyd & Fraser Pub., 1995.

ROOZENBURG, N. F. M.; EEKELES, J. Product design: fundamentals and methods. Chichester: Wiley, 1995.

AMABILE, T. M. et al. Assessing the work environment for creativity. Academy of Management Journal, v. 39, p. 1154-1184, 1996.


ENGLE, D. E.; MAH, J. J.; SADRI, G. An empirical comparison of entrepreneurs and employees: Implications for innovation. Creativity Research Journal, v. 10, n. 1, p. 45-49, 1997. s15326934crj1001_5.

MUMFORD, M. D.; WHETZEL, D. L.; REITER-PALMON, R. Thinking creatively at work: organization influences on creative problem solving. The Journal of Creative Behavior, v. 31, n. 1, p. 7-17, 1997.


SMITH, G. F. Idea-generation techniques: a formulary of active ingredients. The Journal of Creative Behavior, v. 32, n. 2, p. 107-133, 1998.


PUCCIO, G. J.; MURDOCK, M. C.; MANCE, M. Current developments in creative problem solving for organizations: a focus on thinking skills and styles. Korean Journal of Thinking & Problem Solving, v. 15, p. 43-76, 2005.

AMABILE, T. M. Componential theory of creativity. Boston: Harvard Business School, 2012. Harvard Business School Working Paper, n. 12-096

Kleidson Daniel Medeiros Leopoldino, Mario Orestes Aguirre González, Paula de Oliveira Ferreira,
José Raeudo Pereira, Marcus Eduardo Costa Souto. "Creativity techniques: a systematic literature
review," Product: Management & Development, Vol. 14 nº 2 December 2016, pp.95-100 

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