Charting Creativity: Signposts of A Hazy Territory
By Patricia Cohen from The New York Times.
"The question is part of a classic test for creativity, a quality that
scientists are trying for the first time to track in the brain. They hope to figure out precisely which biochemicals, electrical impulses and regions were used when, say, Picasso painted “Guernica,” or Louise Nevelson assembled her wooden sculptures.
Using M.R.I. technology, researchers are monitoring what goes on inside
a person’s brain while he or she engages in a creative task."
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