By James C. Kaufman
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If companies decided to stock the toy, then it sold; if not, it didn’t. Sometimes, manufacturers might try to target parents. But Mattel spent its last financial resources to purchase commercial time on the Mickey Mouse television show and reach the children directly. This decision changed the ways that toys were advertised (to many a parent’s chagrin). Children all across America demanded Mattel’s Burp Gun, and millions were sold (Panati, 1991; Stern & Schoenhaus, 1990). If most of these contribution types represent “forward” thinking, reconstruction/redirection looks backwards.
Big-C creativity is the big time, genius-level creativity. Big-C is Mozart, Shakespeare, Louis Armstrong, Einstein, and Alexander Fleming. Big-C is the kind of creativity that lasts generations and will be remembered, used, or enjoyed a hundred years from now. One advantage of studying genius-level creators—particularly dead genius-level creators—is that it’s easier to find information about them. The field of historiometrics, pioneered by Dean Simonton (1990, 1994, 2004a), looks at biographies and factual information about eminent people to gain insight into what makes a creative person (or a great leader).
Rothenberg (1988) used overlapping pictures in 39 CHAPTER 2 an experiment and found that people came up with more creative ideas than when the images were presented side by side. In a related experiment, Mobley, Doares, and Mumford (1992) asked people to combine categories to produce a new category. They found that when more diverse categories were presented, people created new categories that were more creative. Janusian thinking, named after the two-faced Roman god Janus, is the process of conceptualizing two directly opposite ideas.