The Wiley Handbook of Genius by Dean Keith Simonton
2014 | ISBN: 1118367405 | English | 680 pages | PDF | 7 MB
With contributions from a multi-disciplinary group of expert contributors, this is the first handbook to discuss all aspects of genius, a topic that endlessly provokes and fascinates.
The first handbook to discuss all aspects of genius with contributions from a multi-disciplinary group of experts
Covers the origins, characteristics, careers, and consequences of genius with a focus on cognitive science, individual differences, life-span development, and social context
Explores individual genius, creators, leaders, and performers as diverse as Queen Elizabeth I, Simón Bolívar, Mohandas Gandhi, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Leo Tolstoy, John William Coltrane, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Martha Graham.
Utilizes a variety of approaches-from genetics, neuroscience, and longitudinal studies to psychometric tests, interviews, and case studies-to provide a comprehensive treatment of the subject