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University of Central Florida

Psychology of Art and Creativity

University of Central Florida via Canvas Network

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This course explores the intersection of psychology, art, and creativity to help students understand the psychological processes behind artistic expression and creative thinking. By the end of the course, students will be able to analyze how psychological theories apply to art and creativity, understand the role of emotions in the creative process, and evaluate the impact of culture on artistic expression. The course teaches skills such as critical thinking, analysis of psychological theories, and application of concepts to real-world examples. The teaching method includes video lectures, readings, discussions, and assignments. This course is intended for students interested in psychology, art, creativity, or anyone looking to explore the connection between the mind and artistic expression.

Taught by

Shannon Whitten


4.7 rating, based on 7 Class Central reviews

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  • Tshepiso One Bagwasi
    Learnt a lot from this course as an Artist and enjoyed it, easy to understand. and the topics are very informative! Would recommend it to everyone.
  • Nursen Ener
    Unfourtenately the course is not available. Somehow it is removed from the site. That is pitty. I am really interested in the course.
  • Anonymous
    Hello! I have previous experience in Philosophy studies. I want to take this course now. .... is this course available right now? And is it free of charge?
  • It is a very intresting topic and the lesson are really well made and the cover the topic so nice.
  • Chris Reed
    Very good and thorough inviting exploration of core issues like what is art and what is science very useful. I have not completed yet but already thought and leaned loads.
  • Anonymous
    I don't know how it would be but I always have a hope it will be fantastic if it would be possible I will be so gratefull

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