First, creative scientists work simultaneously on a diversity of research activities. That is, at any one time they may be working on projects that are high vs. low risk, original vs. routine, empirical vs. theoretical, core vs. peripheral, and so forth. Second, creative scientists manifest heavy involvement in a variety of professional activities, such as peer review, journal reading, correspondence, professional meetings, and the like. Third and last, creative scientists actively participate in various recreational activities. These include omnivorous reading, keeping up on results in other disciplines, and intellectual or creative hobbies.