6 edition of Creativity and the Brain found in the catalog.
March 1, 2007 by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English
|Contributions||Mario Tokoro (Editor), Ken Mogi (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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How Creativity Works in the Brain makes a compelling case for investing in the interdisciplinary research needed to understand, measure and foster creativity.” —Thomas Kalil, Deputy Director, White House Office of Science and. Herrmann wrote a widely acclaimed book, The Creative Brain, tracing the scientific and historical roots of his innovative Whole Brain® Thinking approach.
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The Creative Brain A new documentary about human creativity THE CREATIVE BRAIN takes audiences on a journey with neuroscientist and best-selling author, David Eagleman, to meet accomplished professionals from across the creative spectrum, unravel the creative process, and encourage all of us to be more creative.
“A creative idea will be defined simply as one that is both novel and useful (or influential) in a particular social setting.” Flaherty says that this applies to business, IT, science and math as much as it does to what we typically think of as “creative” fields, such as fiction writing, art or theatre.
Our brain and creativity. Anna Abraham literally wrote the book on creativity and the brain. The Leeds Beckett University psychology professor is the author of a new textbook titled The Neuroscience of an. Creativity and flexible attitudes can promote healthy brain aging.
Creativity and successful brain aging: Going with the flow Her latest book is The Search for Fulfillment. Our understanding of brain structure and creativity is still relatively nascent. One particularly interesting study, published in the Human Brain Mapping journal last month, found an association between a personality trait linked to creativity and the thickness of an area of the brain responsible for cognitive control.
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Rex E. Jung, PhD, is an assistant professor of neurosurgery at the University of New Mexico, a research scientist at the Mind Research Network and a practicing clinical neuropsychologist in Albuquerque. His research is designed to relate behavioral measures, including intelligence, personality and creativity, to brain.
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In a book perfect for readers of Charles Duhigg’s The Power of Habit, David Eagleman’s Incognito, and Leonard Mlodinow’s Subliminal, the cognitive neuroscientists who discovered how the brain has aha moments—sudden creative insights—explain how they happen, when we need them, and how we can have more of them to enrich our lives and empower personal and professional success.
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It has a sharp focus: to stick exclusively to sound, mechanistic explanations and convey what we can, and cannot, say about how brains give rise to creative ideas.
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The two sides of the brain are focused on the development and control of different cognitive abilities. The Psychology of Creativity. In the past, scientists thought that creativity came solely from the right hemisphere of the brain, but more recent discoveries have shown that many neural networks across the brain spark creativity and control our responses to various stimuli.