Uncertainty and Creativity in Times of Crisis, by Ronald A. Beghetto

Fri Jun 12, 2020
This talk by Ronald A. Beghetto on uncertainty explores how different experiences and encounters with uncertainty, including states of “genuine doubt” play a role in creative thought and action. Implications for creativity theory, research, and practice were also discussed.A panel discussion with Ron followed, moderated by Vlad Glaveanu (Webster University Geneva, Switzerland) and Wendy Ross (Kingston University, UK)Ronald A. Beghetto is an internationally recognized expert on creative thought and action in educational settings. He holds the Pinnacle West Presidential Chair and serves as a Professor at Arizona State University. Professor Beghetto is the Editor for the Journal of Creative Behavior, series editor for Creative Theory and Action in Education (Springer Books),and is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts (Div. 10, APA).More information on Ron can be found at: www.ronaldbeghetto.comwww.webster.ch