Creating Minds: An Anatomy of Creativity Seen through the Lives of Freud, Einstein, Picasso, Stravinsky, Eliot, Graham, and Gandhi

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Subject Index
Act of Judgment ( Graham, 1934), 283
Act of Poetry ( Graham, 1934), 283
Age: domain mastery and, 27, 376; prodigiousness and, 363-64
American Document ( Graham, 1938), 286
American Provincials ( Graham, 1934), 283
Appalachian Spring ( Graham), 289-90, 370, 371
Art, as term, xii
Artificial intelligence, 21-22
Artist and His Model, The ( Picasso, 1970), 181
Ash Wednesday ( Eliot), 256
Assessment: of creativity, 20-22; of intelligence, 19-21; of personality, 23-24, 364
Asynchrony, 40-41, 307-8, 362, 380-83
Autobiography ( Stravinsky), 220, 224
Bacchanale ( Graham, 1931), 280
bacon (computer program), 21-22
Ballets Russes, 5, 195-99, 200-209, 216, 217, 266, 283, 306, 395
Behaviorism, creativity and, 25
Bennington College, 288
Berkeley Institute of Personality Assessment, 23-24, 364
Bloomsbury circle, 239-40
Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence, 12; of Graham, 270, 296, 363; of Picasso, 141, 363; of Stravinsky, 220. See also Graham, Martha
Le bonheur de vivre ( Matisse), 183
British East India Company, 312
Burnt Norton (Eliot), 295
Capital of creativity, 31-33
Cat's Cradle ( Stravinsky), 212
Cave of the Heart ( Graham, 1946), 292, 294, 300
Charles Eliot Norton Lectures ( Harvard University), 220
Charnel House, The ( Picasso, 1945), 152
Child-master relationship, 8, 9, 28-30, 365-66, 400-402; Einstein and, 10, 13, 30, 89, 113, 119, 126-27, 365, 401; Eliot and, 256; Picasso and, 13, 30, 145-46, 184, 365-66, 401
Chronicle ( Graham, 1936), 286
Chronique de ma vie ( Stravinsky), 220, 224
Civilization and Its Discontents ( Freud), 81, 396
Clytemnestra ( Graham, 1958), 302
Cocaine, Freud and, 56
Cocktail Party, The ( Eliot), 257
Cognitive perspective, xi, xiii, 33; creativity and, 21-23, 26, 36, 363-64
Cognitive psychology, 370
Cognitive science, 21-23
Computers, cognitive science and, 21-22
Confidant relationship, 384-86
Confidential Clerk, The ( Eliot), 257
Contemporaries, study of, 4-6, 13-14
Convergent thinking, 20
Creative breakthroughs, 6-8; requirements for, 399-400; support at time of, 43-44,

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