Creativity from Constraints: The Psychology of Breakthrough

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Index
Aalto, Alvar, 70, 78–81, 80f
Abstract Expressionism, 42, 46, 134.
See also Rothko, Mark
Adjustments, 61
Advertising, creativity problem in, 91–101
campaign ideas, 100
goal constraints, 91, 93
idea vs. visuals, 99–100
lessons learned from, 101
product constraint, 91–92, 94
strategic constraints, 92–96, 95f
too few constraints in, 97–99
Anna Karenina (Tolstoi), 15
Apollonian form, 54–55
Apprentices, 124–125
Architecture, creativity problem in, 69–90
functional constraints, 69–70,
81–89, 82f, 84f–86f
goal constraints, 69, 71, 75–79,
86–89
lessons learned from, 89–90
selfish house, 88, 89f
stylistic constraints, 70–81, 73f–74t,
77/ 80/
subject constraints, 69
task constraints, 69
type-forms. See Type-forms,
in architecture
Art, creativity problem in, 32–53
first choruses, 32, 34, 38, 42
goal constraints, 33–36, 38, 40–46, 45/ 53
lessons learned from, 36–38, 41–42, 45–46, 50, 53
multiples, 46–50, 48f–49f
rhythm from repetition, 50–53, 52f–53f
subject constraints in, 32–46, 36/ 37t, 41f 44f–45f 51
task constraints, 32–34, 39–43, 47, 51–53
Associations. See Networks, associative
Automatic actions, 9
Automatic writing, 1, 42
Bach, 111
Belle Epoque silhouette, 55
Berg, Alban, 115–116
Boredom, creativity development and, 126–129
Brain
associative networks in. See
Networks, associative
talent and, 11

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