Publications pertinent to mathematical creativity include: *Mathematical Creation* by Henri Poincaré, *An Essay on the Psychology of Invention in the Mathematical Field* by Jacques Hadamard, *The State of Art in Mathematical Creativity* by Erkki Pehkonen, *The Characteristics of Mathematical Creativity* by Bharath Sriraman, *Creativity, Cognitive Mechanisms, and Logic* by Ahmed Abdel-Fattah, Tarek Besold and Kai-Uwe Kühnberger, *What is Mathematical Thinking* by Robert J. Sternberg, *Mathematical Thinking and Learning* by Herbert P. Ginsburg, Joanna Cannon, Janet Eisenband and Sandra Pappas, *Creativity in Mathematics Education* by Hartwig Meissner, *Metaphor in Educational Discourse* by Lynne Cameron and *Analogy, Explanation, and Education* by Paul Thagard.

Publications pertinent to mathematical metaphor, analogy and blending include: *The Cognitive Foundations of Mathematics: The Role of Conceptual Metaphor* by Rafael Núñez and George Lakoff, *A Formal Cognitive Model of Mathematical Metaphors* by Markus Guhe, Alan Smaill and Alison Pease, *Using Information Flow for Modelling Mathematical Metaphors* by Markus Guhe, Alan Smaill and Alison Pease, *Metaphoric and Metonymic Signification in Mathematics* by Norma C. Presmeg, *Mathematics and Plausible Reasoning: Induction and Analogy in Mathematics* by George Pólya, *Analogical Reasoning and the Development of Algebraic Abstraction* by Lyn D. English and Patrick V. Sharry, *Using Analogies to Find and Evaluate Mathematical Conjectures* by Alison Pease, Markus Guhe and Alan Smaill, *Blending and Other Conceptual Operations in the Interpretation of Mathematical Proofs* by Adrian Robert, *Mathematical Blending* by James C. Alexander, *Material Anchors for Conceptual Blends* by Edwin Hutchins, *Mathematical Symbols as Epistemic Actions* by Helen De Cruz and Johan De Smedt and *A Theoretical Taxonomy of External Systems of Representation in the Learning and Understanding of Mathematics* by Andri Marcou and Athanasios Gagatsis.

Publications pertinent to mathematical visualization include: *Creativity, Visualization Abilities, and Visual Cognitive Style* by Maria Kozhevnikov, Michael Kozhevnikov, Chen Jiao Yu and Olesya Blazhenkova, *Representation, Vision and Visualization: Cognitive Functions in Mathematical Thinking. Basic Issues for Learning* by Raymond Duval, *Image – Metaphor – Diagram: Visualization in Learning Mathematics* by Gert Kadunz and Rudolf Sträßer, *The Role of Visual Representations in the Learning of Mathematics* by Abraham Arcavi, *Research on Visualization in Learning and Teaching Mathematics* by Norma C. Presmeg, *Geometry and the Imagination* by David Hilbert and Stephan Cohn-Vossen, *Geometry and Spatial Reasoning* by Douglas H. Clements and Michael T. Battista, *The Nature of Spatial Ability and its Relationship to Mathematical Problem Solving* by Barbara Elaine Moses and *Spatial Ability, Visual Imagery, and Mathematical Performance* by Glen Lean and M. A. (Ken) Clements.