Saybrook Creates

This document contains a short bibliography of written and edited publications.

Richards, R. (in press). Chaos, creativity, complexity, and healthy change.  In, Schuldberg, D,  Richards, R., & Guisinger, S., Eds.,  Nonlinear psychology: Keys to chaos and creativity in mind and life.  New York, NY: Oxford University Press. 

Richards, R., & Goslin-Jones, T. (2018).  Everyday creativity: Challenges for self and world—Six questions.  In, R. Sternberg, and J. Kaufman (Eds.), The nature of human creativity (pp. 224-245).  New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.  doi:10.1017/9781108185936.017 

Goslin-Jones, T., & Richards, R. (2018). Mysteries of the creative process: Explorations at work and in daily life.  In L. Martin & N. Wilson, Eds, International Handbook of Creativity at Work (pp. 71-106). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.  (Link: Google Scholar full chapter preview, 22Mar2019)

Hoffman, L., Richards, R., & Pritzker, R. (2017). Creativity in the evolution of Humanistic Psychology. In R. House, D. Kalisch, and & J.  Maidman, Eds, The future of humanistic psychology, 2nd Ed. Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, UK: PCCS Books, Ltd.  (Google Scholar chapter preview)

Kinney, D., & Richards, R. (2014). Creativity as “Compensatory Advantage”: Bipolar and schizophrenic liability and the Inverted-U Hypothesis. In J. Kaufman (Ed.), Creativity and mental illness (pp. 295-317).  New York: Cambridge University Press. 

Richards, R. (2014).  A creative alchemy.  In S. Moran, D. Cropley, and J. Kaufman (Eds.), The ethics of creativity (pp. 119-136). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Ockuly, M., & Richards, R. (2013).  Loving or Fearing Creativity?  It’s All in the Definition.  NeuroQuantology, 11(2), 256-262.

Krippner, S., Richards, R., & Abraham, F.D. (2010).  Creativity and chaos while waking and dreaming.  Lumina, 21(2), 17pp.  ISSN 2094-1188.

Richards, R. (2010).  Everyday creativity as a process and way of life: Four key issues. In J.C Kaufman & R.J. Sternberg (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Creativity (pp 189-215). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Richards, R. (2007).  Twelve potential benefits of living more creatively.  In R.  Richards (Ed.), Everyday creativity and new views of human nature (pp. 289-319). American Psychological Association.

Richards, R., & Whitehouse, H. (2008). Subtle mind, open heart: Mike Arons remembered (1929-2008). Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2(4), 264-270.  

Richards, R. (2000-2001).  Creativity and the schizophrenia spectrum?: More and more interesting.  (Concluding commentary for a special issue, “Creativity and the schizophrenia spectrum,” edited by Louis Sass and David Schuldberg).  Creativity Research Journal, 13(1), 111-131.  

Richards, R. (2001).  A new aesthetic for environmental awareness: Chaos theory, the natural world, and our broader humanistic identity.  (Special ecopsychology issue, Humanistic Psychology and the Environment). Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 41(2), 59-95.  

Richards, R. (2000-2001). Millennium as an opportunity: Chaos, creativity, and J.P. Guilford’s Structure-of-Intellect Model.  Creativity Research Journal, 13(3&4), 249-265. (Lead theoretical article, millennial issue, J.P. Guilford and 50 years of creativity research.)