The research presented in Aging, Creativity and Art: A Positive Perspective on Late-Life Development suggests that creativity continues into the later years; higher-order mental abilities related to creativity, like imagination and problem-solving, persist until late in life; and the elderly’s physical, sensory, mental, and interpersonal competencies may be enhanced by engagement with the arts. Aging, Creativity and Art: A Positive Perspective on Late-Life Development critically examines the psychology of creativity, cognitive development, and gerontology, and will be of interest to a wide range of professionals and students in these fields.
Aging & Longevity > Health: Brain & Mental
Aging & Longevity > Lifelong Learning
Aging & Longevity > Positive Aging
Creative Aging > Creative Aging Model
Creative Aging > Creative Expression
Creative Aging > Skills Mastery
Creative Aging > Social Engagement