Examples of entries include Adaptation and Creativity, Birth Order, Chaos Theory and Creativity, Drugs and Creativity, Economic Perspectives of Creativity, Families and Creativity, Handwriting and Creativity, and Women and Creativity. Some of the entries (Alcohol and Creativity, Brain Biology and Brain Functioning, Brain and Creative Art, Counseling, Dreams and Creativity, Freud, Intelligence, Jungian Theory, Mad Genius Controversy, Memory and Creativity, Mood, Personality, Schizophrenia, Suicide, Unconscious) are related to the field of mental health and psychiatry. An interesting feature of the Encyclopedia is the inclusion of a select number of biographies of individuals who were famous for their creativity and whose creative endeavors have been studied (e.g., Lewis Carroll, Paul Cézanne, Leonardo da Vinci, Isak Dinesen, Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, Sylvia Plath, Robert Schumann, Anne Sexton, Vincent van Gogh, and Virginia Woolf). The selection is certainly not complete and may not include everybody’s favorite. However, I found the biographies the most enjoyable and enlivening feature of the book.