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Methods for Studying Creativity: Ahead of the Curve
Michael Schober (New School, New York), Carey Jewitt (UCL Institute of Education) and Matthew Purver (Queen Mary University of London)
Royal Statistical Society, 12 Errol Street, London
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Researching creativity, collaboration and co-ordination requires methods that span disciplinary, quantitative and qualitative, and textual, visual and aural boundaries. Michael Schober (New School, New York), Carey Jewitt (UCL Institute of Education) and Matthew Purver (Queen Mary University of London) discuss and demonstrate developing methods for studying creativity creatively.
MICHAEL SCHOBER: Creativity in joint musical improvisation
CAREY JEWITT: Methodological innovation: the digital body and the sensory
MATTHEW PURVER: Studying Creativity via Computational Modelling
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