A Great Review of Explaining Creativity September 5, 2012Posted by keithsawyer in New research.
Tags: alexander mckay, imagine, james kaufman, jonah lehrer
Today I was thrilled to read an enthusiastic review* of my book Explaining Creativity, by Professor James Kaufman and Alexander McKay. Explaining Creativity is the second edition of a book I published in 2006, as a textbook overview of the field of creativity research. Since 2006, there’s been a lot of new research, so this new book is totally different; for example, it has seven new chapters and eight new appendices.
Excerpts from the review:
Required reading for anyone interested in the topic. In a just world, Sawyer’s thorough and nuanced volume would be the best seller, not Jonah Lehrer’s pedestrian Imagine.
Sawyer’s book is easily the most thorough creativity text on the market.
We highly recommend this book.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read my book and for writing such a strong review!
*Kaufman, J. and McKay, A. (2012). Incisive and balanced: R. Keith Sawyer explains creativity. PsycCRITIQUES: APA Review of Books. August 22, 2012, Vol. 57, Release 33, Article 5