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- The all-importance of imagination
- Indispensability of creativity in science
- Careers depend largely on creativity
- Creativity in leadership and professions
- Imagination can improve personal relations
- Universality of imaginative talent
- Ways by which creativity can be developed
- Our new environment - its effect on creativity
- Other factors that tend to cramp creativity
- Creative and non-creative forms of imagination
- The process of ideation vary widely
- Orientation calls for setting our sights
- Preparation and analysis go hand in hand
- Applied Imagination: Principles and Procedures of Creative Problem Solving New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1953. OCLC 641122686 
- Revised edition, New York, Scribner, 1957 OCLC 1381383
- 3rd ed. New York C. Scribner 1963 OCLC 757425639
- French translation by Georges Rona and Pierre Dupont, L'Imagination constructive. Principes et processus de la Pensée créative et du Brainstorming, Paris, Dunod, 1959.
- Chinese translation by Ikkō Shō, 応用想像力 Taipei : Kyōshi Kōgyō Sōsho Shuppan Kofun Yūgen Kōshi, 1965 OCLC 673537763
- "You're Probably Not Brainstorming Long Enough". 22 September 2016.
- "From Alex Osborn To Bob Sutton: A Meeting Of The Minds To Build A Better Brainstorm". 15 January 2013.
- "Resolving the Paradox of Group Creativity". 25 January 2016.
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- Osborn, Alex F (11 May 2018). "Applied imagination; principles and procedures of creative thinking". Scribner – via Open WorldCat.