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The interaction of emotions with creative cognition is one of the most intriguing topics in the creativity research. In this study, we investigated the extent to which various emotional states influence the evaluation of ideas, which is a crucial component of the creative thinking process. To this end, we used emotional both positive and negative and neutral pictures to induce emotional states and then asked participants to evaluate the creativity of exogenous ideas i.
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How do great artists and innovators come up with their most brilliant ideas? And by what kind of alchemical process are they able to bring those ideas to life? I have eagerly sought the answers to these questions over the past decade of my career as a psychology writer. My fascination with the lives and minds of brilliant artists and innovators has led me on a quest to discover what makes us creative , where ideas come from, and how they come to life. But even after writing an entire book on the science of creativity and designing a creative personality test , there are more questions than answers in my mind. Decades of research have yet to uncover the unique spark of creative genius.
Having a creative mind is one of the gateways for achieving fabulous success and remarkable progress in professional, personal and social life. Therefore, a better understanding of the neural correlates and the underlying neural mechanisms related to creative ideation is crucial and valuable. However, the current literature on neural systems and circuits underlying creative cognition, and on how creative drives such as motivation, mood states, and reward could shape our creative mind through the associated neuromodulatory systems [i.
Artists and scientists throughout history have remarked on the bliss that accompanies a sudden creative insight. Einstein described his realization of the general theory of relativity as the happiest moment of his life. But what about before such moments of creative insight? What emotions actually fuel creativity? But this view is too simplistic for a number of reasons. However, emerging research suggests that the positive vs.
Creativity is a phenomenon whereby something somehow new and somehow valuable is formed. The created item may be intangible such as an idea , a scientific theory , a musical composition , or a joke or a physical object such as an invention , a printed literary work , or a painting. Scholarly interest in creativity is found in a number of disciplines, primarily psychology , business studies , and cognitive science , but also education , the humanities , technology , engineering , philosophy particularly philosophy of science , theology , sociology , linguistics , the arts , economics , and mathematics , covering the relations between creativity and general intelligence , personality type, mental and neural processes, mental health , or artificial intelligence ; the potential for fostering creativity through education and training; the fostering of creativity for national economic benefit, and the application of creative resources to improve the effectiveness of teaching and learning.