The idea that creativity relies on the “right brain” is an antiquated notion which looked to make simple sense of a much more complex union of cortices which help us interpret and make use of visual, auditory, sensory and motor region information. The general scientific consensus is that creativity does not involve a single brain region or single side of the brain.
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