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Title Creativity in human evolution and prehistory / edited by Steven Mithen.
Published London ;New York : Routledge, 1998
Detail x, 300 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
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Added Author Bradley, Richard. Architecture, imagination and the Neolithic world
  Boden, Margaret A. What is creativity?
  Byrne, Richard. early evolution of creative thinking: evidence from monkeys and apes
  Hodder, Ian. Creative thought: a long-term perspective
  Kuhn, Steven L. Middle Palaeolithic 'creativity': reflections on an oxymoron?
  Lake, Mark. Homo: the creative genus?
  Layton, Robert. Creative thought in traditional Aboriginal society
  Malone, Caroline. conditions of creativity for prehistoric Maltese art
  Mithen, Steven. creative explosion? Theory of mind, language and the disembodied mind of the Upper Palaeolithic
  Mithen, Steven. Introduction
  Mithen, Steven. Introduction to Part I
  Mithen, Steven. Introduction to Part II
  Mithen, Steven. Introduction to Part III
  Renfrew, Colin. All the King's horses: assessing cognitive maps in later prehistoric Europe
  Schulting, Rick J. Creativity's coffin: innovation in the burial record of Mesolithic Europe
  Stiner, Mary C. Middle Palaeolithic 'creativity': reflections on an oxymoron?
  Stoddart, Simon. conditions of creativity for prehistoric Maltese art
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