Trying to Nail Jelly to the Wall: Where in the Brain is Creativity?

16 de noviembre de 2012   | Vistas: 35 |   Creativity Knowledge Science

Arne Dietrich talks about creativity and where it is found in the brain. He comments on the mistaken theory that it is housed in the right hemisphere of the brain and also the wrong beliefs that it is associated with a state of defocused attention or mental disorder. Dietrich explains the four types creativity can arise in our brain: deliberate, spontaneous, cognitive and emotional modes; and finally answers questions related to the age of people to be creative, and its relation to fantasy, meditation, and knowledge.


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Universidad Francisco Marroquín