By Allison B. Kaufman, James C. Kaufman
Animal Creativity and Innovation explores theories and examine on animal innovation and creativity, evaluating and contrasting it with thought and examine on human creativity and innovation. In doing so, it encompasses findings from psychology, biology, neuroscience, engineering, enterprise, ecology, and schooling. The ebook comprises examples of animal innovation in parrots, canines, marine mammals, bugs, and primates, exploring parallels from inventive play in young ones. The e-book defines creativity, differentiating it from play, and appears at evolutionary versions and neurological constructs. The booklet additional explores utilized facets of animal innovation and creativity together with software use and workforce dynamics, in addition to boundaries to creativity. the ultimate chapters check out how inventive habit might be taught or knowledgeable. every one bankruptcy is through a statement for integration of innovations and ideas among animal and human learn, behavioral and cognitive examine, and concept and remark in actual life.
- Compares concept and examine on animal and human creativity
- Defines and differentiates creativity from play
- Reviews utilized creativity in instrument use and social dynamics
- Includes examples of animal creativity in a number of species
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