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Publications & Presentations

Books:

Feist, G.J. & Gorman, M.E. (Editors). Handbook of the Psychology of Science. New York: Springer Publishing. In preparation.

Feist, G.J., & Rosenberg, E.L. (2010). Psychology: Making Connections. Boston: McGraw-Hill.

Feist, G.J. (2006). The Psychology of Science and the Origins of the Scientific Mind. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Feist, J., & Feist, G.J. (2009, 2006, 2002, 1998). Theories of Personality (7th, 6th, 5th, & 4th ed.). Boston: McGraw Hill.

Book Chapters:

Feist, G.J. (in press). The function of personality in creativity: The nature and nurture of the creative personality. To appear in J. Kaufman (Ed.). Cambridge Handbook of Creativity. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Feist, G.J. (in press). Creativity in science. Encyclopedia of Creativity, 2nd edition. Oxford, England: Elsevier.

Feist, G.J. (in press). Affective states and traits in creativity. In M. Runco (Ed.) The Creativity Research Handbook, Vol. 3. (pp. 63-104). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Feist, G.J. (in press). Gender, science, and the psychology of science. In N. Kumar (Ed.), Women in Science: Is the glass-ceiling disappearing?

Feist, G.J. (2007). The psychology of physical science. In A. Heck (Ed.). Organizations and Strategies in Astronomy (pp. 415-418). Vol. 7. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Feist, G.J. (2007). An evolutionary model of artistic and musical creativity. In C. Martindale, P. Locher, & V. Petrov (Eds.), Evolutionary and Neurocognitive Approaches to the Arts (pp. 15-30). Amityville,NY: Baywood Publishing.

Feist, G.J. (2004). The evolved fluid specificity of human creative talent. In R.J. Sternberg, E.L. Grigorenko, and J.L. Singer (Eds.), Creativity: From potential to realization (pp. 57-82). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Feist, G.J. (2004). Domain-specific creativity in the physical sciences. In J.C. Kaufman & J. Baer (Eds.). Creativity across domains: Faces of the muse (pp. 123-137). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Feist, G.J. (1999). Autonomy and independence. Encyclopedia of Creativity, Vol. 1 (pp. 157-163). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Feist, G.J. (1999). Personality in scientific and artistic creativity. In R.J. Sternberg (Ed.). Handbook of Human Creativity. (pp 273-296). Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Feist, G.J. (1999). Affect in artistic and scientific creativity. In S.W. Russ (Ed.). Affect, creative experience, and psychological adjustment. (93-108). Washington, DC: Taylor & Francis.

Peer-Reviewed Articles:

Feist, G.J. (2006). The psychology of science: Development and personality in scientific thought, interest and achievement. Review of General Psychology, 10, 163-182.

Feist, G.J. (2006). The past and future of the psychology of science. Review of General Psychology, 10, 92-97.

Feist, G.J. (2006). Why the studies of science need a psychology of science. Review of General Psychology. 10, 183-187.

Feist, G.J. (2006). The development of scientific talent in Westinghouse finalists and members of the National Academy of Sciences. Journal of Adult Development, 13, 23-35.

Feist, G.J. (2004). Creativity and the frontal lobes. Bulletin of Psychology and the Arts, 5, 21-28.

Feist, G.J., & Brady, T.R. (2004). Openness to experience, non-conformity, and the preference for abstract art. Empirical Studies of the Arts, 22, 77-89.

Feist, G.J. & Barron, F. (2003). Predicting creativity from early to late adulthood: Intellect, potential, and personality. Journal of Research in Personality, 37, 62-88.

Feist, G.J. (2001). Natural and sexual selection in the evolution of creativity. Bulletin of Psychology and the Arts, 2, 11-16.

Feist, G.J. (2001). Three perspectives on evolution, creativity, and aesthetics. Bulletin of Psychology and the Arts, 2, 3.

Nezlek, J.B., Feist, G.J., Wilson, C., & Plesko, R. M. (2001). Day-to-day variability in empathy as a function of daily events and mood. Journal of Research in Personality, 35, 401-423.

Feist, G.J. (2000). Distinguishing good science from good enough science. The Scientist, 4, 31.

Feist, G.J. (1999). The Campbell-Simonton theory of creativity: Has evolutionary theory won the battle for the survival of the fittest? Psychological Inquiry, 10, 334-338.

Feist, G.J., & Gorman, M.E. (1998). Psychology of science: Review and integration of a nascent discipline. Review of General Psychology, 2, 3-47.

Feist, G.J. (1998). A meta-analysis of the impact of personality on scientific and artistic creativity. Personality and Social Psychological Review, 2, 290-309.

Feist, G.J. (1997). Quantity, impact, and depth of research as influences on scientific eminence: Is quantity most important? Creativity Research Journal, 10, 325-335.

Feist, G.J., Bodner, T.E., Jacobs, J. F., Miles, M., & Tan, V. (1995). Integrating top-down and bottom-up structural models of subjective well-being: A longitudinal investigation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 68, 138-150.

Feist, G.J. (1995). Psychology of science and history of psychology: Putting behavioral generalizations to the test. Psychological Inquiry, 6, 119-123.

Feist, G.J. (1994). Personality and working style predictors of integrative complexity: A study of scientists' thinking about research and teaching. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 67, 474-484.

Feist, G.J. (1994). Affective consequences of insight in art and science students. Cognition & Emotion, 8, 489-502.

Feist, G.J. (1993). A structural model of scientific eminence. Psychological Science, 4, 366-371.

Feist, G.J. & Runco, M.A. (1993). Trends in the creativity literature: An analysis of research in the Journal of Creative Behavior (1967-1989). Creativity Research Journal, 6, 271- 286.

Feist, G.J. (1991). Synthetic and analytic thought: Similarities and differences among art and science students. Creativity Research Journal, 4, 145-155.

Epstein, S. & Feist, G.J. (1988). Relation between self- and other-acceptance and its moderation by group identification. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 54, 309-315.

Editor-in-Chief Editorials:

Feist, G.J. & Gorman, M.E. (2009). Ensuring a next generation of psychologists of science. Journal of Psychology of Science and Technology, 2 (1), 2-4.

Feist, G.J. (2008a). The psychology of science has arrived. Journal of Psychology of Science and Technology, 1 (1). 2-5.

Feist, G.J. (2008b). Psychologists of science have arrived (in Berlin). Journal of Psychology of Science and Technology, 1 (2). 34-35.

Conference Proceedings/Abstracts:

Feist, G.J. & Rastogi, D. (2008). Why are women avoiding the physical sciences? International Journal of Psychology, 43, 398.

Feist, G.J. & Larson, A. (2008). The making of physical scientists and social scientists: The importance of being thing- or people-oriented. International Journal of Psychology, 43, 52.

Book Reviews:

Feist, G.J. (2007, February 14). Creativity as a diverse human universal. Book review of International Handbook of Creativity. J. C. Kaufman & R. J. Sternberg (Eds.). In PsycCRITIQUES, 52, published on-line.

Feist, G.J. (1994). A glance toward a neglected field: Creativity and affect (book review). Creativity Research Journal, 7, 79-81.

Invited Commentary:

Feist, G.J. (2009). The psychology of Simonton’s science. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 4, 460-461.

Feist, G.J. (2008). Our dogma ran over his karma. Journal of Research in Personality Classic Commentary. P: The Online Newsletter for Personality Science, 2. http://www.personality-arp.org/newsletter02/page6.html.

Professional Presentations:

Feist, G.J. (2010, June 3). The Coming of Age for the Psychology of Science. Keynote Opening Address at the Purdue Symposium on the Psychology of Science: Implicit and Explicit Reasoning. West Lafayette, Indiana.

Feist, G.J. (2010, April 21). The Many Different Ways to be Creative: Let Me Count the Ways. Invited Featured Speaker at the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

Feist, G.J. (2009, October 31). Establishment of A 'New' Field: The Psychology of Science. Symposium Presentation: Psychology of Science: Renaissance of a Field. Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S). Washington, DC.

Feist, G.J. (2008, November). The Psychology of Creative Science. Invited Keynote Address at PE&RC Day “Accelerate Scientific Progress: Expect the Unexpected” Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands.

Feist, G.J. (2008, October). The Cognitive Psychology of Science. Invited talk given at Cognitive Psychology Colloquium Series, Department of Psychology, University of Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz, CA.

Feist, G.J. (2008, August). The Psychology of Science Has Arrived. William James Book Award Address, Annual Conference of American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Feist, G.J. (2008, July). The Missing Psychology of Science: Clinical Psychology of Science. Presidential Address. 2nd Biennial Conference for the International Society for the Psychology of Science & Technology, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany.

Feist, G.J. & Rastogi, D. (2008, July). Why Women are Avoiding the Physical Sciences. Invited Talk given at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany.

Feist, G.J. (2008, July). The Making of Physical Scientists and Social Scientists: The Importance of Being Thing-Oriented or People-Oriented. Invited Talk given at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany.

Feist, G.J. (2008, January). How to Teach Beyond Nature and Nurture. Invited talk given at the 30th Annual Conference of the National Institute of Teaching of Psychology (NITOPS). St. Petes’ Beach, FL.

Feist, G.J. (2007, October). The Psychology of Science and the Origins of the Scientific Mind. Invited Public Lecture to Alumni College’s Homecoming Week Celebration. San Jose State University, San Jose, CA.

Feist, G.J. (2007, August). Recognition, recruitment, and retention of creative talent in science. Invited talk given at Annual Conference of American Psychological Association. San Francisco, CA.

Feist, G.J. (2007, August). Don’t believe everything you think: The psychology of scientific belief. Invited talk given at Annual Conference of American Psychological Association. San Francisco, CA.

Feist, G.J., & Larson, A. (2007, August). Domains of intelligence as predicators of domains of scientific interest. Invited talk given at 29th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Nashville, Tennessee.

Paletz, S., Feist, G.J., & Weitzer, W. (2007, August). Identity Mismatch, Gender, and Attrition from Science and Mathematics. Talk given at 29th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Nashville, Tennessee.

Feist, G.J. (2006, September). Why psychology and the studies of science need a psychology of science. Keynote address given at the International Colloquium on the Psychology of Science, University of Zacatecas, Zacatecas Mexico.

Feist, G.J. (2006, August). The nature of scientific creativity. Presidential Address to Division 10 of APA (Society for Aesthetics, Creativity and Psychology and the Arts). New Orleans, LA.

Zinn, M., Zinn, M.M, Feist, G.J., Schleser, R. (2006, August). Functional neural integration and music learning: Preliminary evidence from a quantitative EEG study. Poster presented at Annual Conference of American Psychological Association. New Orleans, LA.

Feist, G.J. (2006, July). The scientifically creative mind. Invited talk at the International Creativity Conference, Université de Paris V René Descartes, Paris, France.

Feist, G.J. (2006, April). Identifying and developing scientific talent: Lessons from the psychology of science. Invited talk given to the Social-Personality Brown Bag Series, University of California, Davis.

Feist, G.J. (2005, August). The Psychology of Creative Science. Invited Presentation the Annual Convention of American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Feist, G.J. (2005, January). Psychology of Science: The Influence of Personality and Development. Invited talk given at Stanford University, Department of Psychology, Personality Colloquium Series.

Feist, G.J. (2004, July). Developmental achievement outcomes of the scientific elite. Talk given at the Annual Convention of American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.

Feist, G.J. (2004, July). Evolved specificity of creative talent. Talk given at the Annual Convention of American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.

Feist, G.J. (2004, March). Interest, achievement and gender in science. Keynote address at the National Institute of Science, Technology and Developmental Studies (NISTADS) International Conference on “Women in science: Is the glass ceiling disappearing?” New Delhi, India.

Feist, G.J. (2003, August). Frank Barron: Inveterate explorer of the creative personality. Talk given at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON, Canada.

Feist, G.J. (2003, May). How psychologists contribute to understanding scientific thought, behavior, and creativity. Invited talk given to the Departments of Psychology and Science, Technology and Society, Santa Clara University.

Feist, G.J. (2003, March). How do (our) brains do science? Invited talk given to the Biological Psychology Brown Bag Series, University of California, Davis.

Feist, G.J. (2002, February). Psychology of science and origins of the scientific mind. Invited talk given to the Social-Personality Brown Bag Series, University of California, Davis.

Feist, G.J. & Brady, T. (2002, February). Personality and preference for abstract art. Poster presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Convention, Savannah, GA.

Feist, G.J. (2001, October). An evolutionary psychology of science and the origins of the scientific mind. Invited talk given at the Colloquium Series of the Institute of Personality and Social Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley, CA.

Feist, G.J. (2001, October). Scientific eminence and the psychology of science. Invited talk given at the Department of Psychology, University of Denver, Denver, CO.

Feist, G.J. (2000, August). Integrated intelligences and the origins of creativity. Invited talk as recipient of the Early Career Award for Division 10, Psychology of the Arts, American Psychological Association. Presented at the Annual Convention of the APA, Washington, DC.

Feist, G.J. (2000, July). Why we need a psychology of science. Invited talk presented at symposium on “The state of the art in the psychology of science” at the XXVIIth International Congress of Psychology, Stockholm, Sweden.

Feist, G.J. (1999, August). Fifty years of research on creativity and personality: Meta-analysis, the Big-5, and a functional theory of traits. Invited talk presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Feist, G.J. (1997, August). Creativity and personality development: Graduate school to age 70. Invited symposium presentation at American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Feist, G.J. (1996, October). Predicting career and life success from emotional and academic intelligence. Invited colloquium presentation, Department of Psychology, University of Richmond, Richmond, VA.

Feist, G.J. (1996, August). Emotional Intelligence and Academic Intelligence in Career and Life Success. Paper presented at Annual Convention of American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Feist, G.J. (1996, June). Academic v. Emotional Intelligence as Predictors of Career Success and Life Satisfaction. Poster presented at Annual Convention of American Psychological Society, San Francisco, CA.

Feist, G.J. (1996, June). Why psychology needs a psychology of science. Invited paper presentation at 16th Annual Nags Head Conference on Personality and Social Behavior, Highland Beach, FL.

Feist, G.J. (1995, December). Psychology of science and scientific eminence: The case for hostility and quantity of publication. Invited paper presented at Department of Psychology Colloquium Series, University of Delaware, Newark, DE.

Feist, G.J. (1995, October). Hostile personality as both a cause and an effect of scientific eminence. Paper presented at Annual Conference of Society for Social Studies of Science, Charlottesville, VA.

Feist, G.J. (1995, April). Top-down and bottom-up structural models of subjective well-being. Invited paper presented at Department of Psychology Colloquium Series, University of California, Davis, CA.

Feist, G.J. (1995, March). Scientific eminence and subjective well-being: Successful careers and successful lives. Invited paper presented at Institute of Personality and Social Research Colloquium Series, University of California, Berkeley, CA.

Feist, G.J. (1994, August). Affective consequences of artistic and scientific problem solving. Invited symposium paper presented at the Annual Convention of American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Feist, G.J. (1994, April). Top-down vs. bottom-up models of subjective well-being. Paper presented at Annual Convention of Western Psychological Association, Kona, HI.

Feist, G.J. (1993, April). Self- and world-assumptions, hassles and uplifts: Predictors of subjective well-being. Paper presented at Annual Convention of Western Psychological Association, Phoenix, AZ.

Feist, G.J. (1993, April). Constructive thinking in scientists: Motivational and personality influences. Paper presented at Annual Convention of Western Psychological Association, Phoenix, AZ.

Feist, G.J. (1992, August). Psychology of scientific eminence and creativity. Paper presented at Annual Convention of American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Feist, G.J. (1991, October). The psychology of science and its relation to other metasciences: A conceptual and empirical investigation. Invited address, presented at Office of History of Science and Technology Colloquium Series, UC Berkeley.

Feist, G.J. (1991, August). The psychology of science: Personality, cognitive, motivational and workings styles in scientific eminence. Invited address, presented at the Institute of Personality and Research Colloquium Series, UC Berkeley.

Feist, G.J. (1991, August). Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation of eminent and less eminent scientists. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Feist, G.J. (1991, April). On predicting eminence in science. Paper presented at the Fourth Annual Berkeley-Stanford Symposium on Personality, Social, and Clinical Psychology, UC Berkeley.

Feist, G.J. (1990, August). A trend analysis of the literature in creativity. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Feist, G.J. (1989, August). Emotion before, during and after scientific and artistic creative insight. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Feist, G.J. (1989, April). Primary and secondary thought processes in scientific and artistic creativity. Invited symposium at the Joint Convention for Western Psychological Association and Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Reno, NV.

Feist, G.J. (1988, October). Nobel laureates in physics and chemistry: Cognitive style, creativity, and personality characteristics. Paper presented at the Institute of Personality Assessment and Research Colloquium Series, UC Berkeley.

Feist, G.J. (1988, February). Cognitions and emotions in the artistic and scientific creative process. Paper presented at the Annual Berkeley-Stanford Symposium on Personality, UC Berkeley.

 

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