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What neuroscience teaches us about creativity

· Neuroscience

Joel Can, cognitive scientist. His research is part of that recent revolution to fully understand the brain and how creativity works.

“I think creativity, from a neurological standpoint, is a collection of cognitive abilities and tendencies, that, when applied to a problem or pursuit, result in the creation of something that is appropriate to the problem/pursuit, and also new/original in some sense.”