In this article, a model of creativity is proposed that seeks to integrate concepts and findings from different lines of creativity research. The model aims to provide an understanding of interindividual differences in real-life creative behavior by considering central psychological constructs, their mutual relationships, and their respective neurobiological bases. It is argued that openness to experience, cognitive creative potential (divergent thinking ability), and intelligence constitute core variables relevant to real-life creativity across domains. Interindividual differences in these variables are thought to arise from variation in the dopaminergic system, the default mode, and the executive control network. The model may guide future research in that it provides an integrative... framework for the study of human creativity at multiple levels of analysis.