Creative Imagery by Discoveries and Inventions in Visualization, Ronald Finke

By Discoveries and Inventions in Visualization, Ronald Finke

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Spinning snow sled splash proof pot sponge toothbrush stabilized funnel .. stereo chair suspendable crib table couch toothbrush holder toothpaste dispenser tube chair tube juicer wall-mounted work bench watch displayer .. water dispenser weeble wobble tree H Note: Creative inventions that were also classified as NHighly Creative are denoted by an asterisk. The creative inventions that are described in the text are capitalized. 46 EXAMPLES OF CREATIVE INVENTIONS 47 97 creative inventions, all but three were unique.

The " hanging extension cord, constructed using the WIRE, TUBE, and BRACKET. This allows easy access to an extension cord while keeping the cord out of the way when not needed. ,' .... FIG. 6. The uhip exerciser, n constructed using the HALF SPHERE, WIRE, and RECTANGULAR BLOCK. By shifting one's weight from side to side while standing on the device, one can exercise one's hips. 52 FIG. 7. A uland sled," constructed using the HALF SPHERE, TUBE, and WHEELS. Can be used in place of an actual sled for those who live in areas without snow.

Vol. 16. pp. 252-257. reprinted by permission of Psychonomic Society. ) (1) BUG (2) BOWLING BALL cb ~ LETTER "V" LETTER "c" LETTER "D" CIRCLE LETTER "c" CIRCLE (3) ICE CREAM SODA (4) FIRECRACKER LJ ~ LINE LETTER "c" SQUARE LINE LETTER "}" RECfANGLE FIG. 3. Examples of recognizable patterns that were classified as creative, together with the sets of parts that were used in the mental synthesis. Compare with the noncreative patterns shown in Fig. 2. (From Finke & Slayton, 1988, Memory & Cognition, Vol.

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