BUSTING THE MYTHS ABOUT CREATIVITY. There are various types of knowledge retrieval, but they do not complement particular brain halves.

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THE MYTHS ABOUT CREATIVITY:

Do you know what is copied and not creative?

Creativity is not a function of certain individuals or others. Let me first describe what I mean by imagination before I clarify why this is valid. If 100 people were staring at Jackson Pollock’s abstract drawing, many would think Oh, that artist is creative,” but all of them weren’t. Many of them might claim “dancers are creative” or “chorea-makers are creative.” If hundreds of people have listened to Philip Glass’ songs, they might say “that composer is creative.” If they’re not, they might say “That’s the creative composer.”

What if 100 people went to a mode show? Will anyone claim the designers of clothes are creative? Or what would you think if you saw the work of a graffiti artist on a wall? What about creators with technology? Are they creative? They are creative?

Many meanings of imagination are available. The meaning or findings would definitely not be completely agreed by us. THE MYTHS ABOUT CREATIVITY

Phase—In the concept is the term ‘method.’ Therefore imagination is not a characteristic of those and others. In reality, you should pursue a creative process.THE MYTHS ABOUT CREATIVITY

Results—These are not inherently imaginative methods. This is the consequence if you pursue an imaginative process and come up with something. To be imaginative implies that when you’re finished, you have everything.

New — The term original is used. It’s not just a replica of what anyone else does to be a talented individual. You wind up creating something new while you’re imaginative.

 

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Value—The product is of value to others while you are innovative. It may not be deserving of all, but it must be worthy of someone.THE MYTHS ABOUT CREATIVITY

We do not always agree with who is imaginative or who is not Even with this description. But the concept offers one the chance to continue talking about creativity and to decide if a given practise is or is not creative.

Let’s consider several myths:

Some individuals are imaginative “naturally,” and most are not. Few individuals invest more effort than others in artistic practise. But it is obvious from brain research that such very basic behaviours will trigger imaginative brain states. This helps us both to learn how to be imaginative.

Creativity means the creation of “artworks,” creativity is not simply the production of fine art, such as landscaping or composing a symphony. It is possible to be imaginative in several respects, and the development of art is one way. The imagination in food, scripting, interface design and problem solving involve several items.

Both individuals are left-brained and others are right-brained. My doctoral thesis was in the right and left brain half so I could participate very well in a talk about the subject. There are two hemispheres of the human brain: the right and the wrong. The left side of the brain is all about to be reasonable, intellectual and sensible, the right side of the brain is imaginative and artistic. It’s a common misunderstanding. This is not a true summary.

There are certainly two sides of the brain — the left and the right — and there are some brain features that aren’t on either side of the brain. For eg, language capacity is on the left, and some spatial consciousness is on the right. However it is easy to claim that you only listen to music from the right side of the brain as you hear it. And individuals who don’t listen to music exhibit activation at both sides of the brain. It is easy to assume why the right side is artistic. (Although those who play an instrument are more involved in more parts of the brain than those who do not.)

The corpus callosum is a group of nerve fibres which connects the left and right brain halves. So it doesn’t linger there much even though anything began on one side of the brain.

If people think, “I am the brain of the left” or “I am the brain of the right,” they do not apply to the sides of the brain. There are various types of knowledge retrieval, but they do not complement particular brain halves.

There are certainly two sides of the brain — the left and the right — and there are some brain features that aren’t on either side of the brain. For eg, language capacity is on the left, and some spatial consciousness is on the right. However it is easy to claim that you only listen to music from the right side of the brain as you hear it. And individuals who don’t listen to music exhibit activation at both sides of the brain. It is easy to assume why the right side is artistic. (Although those who play an instrument are more involved in more parts of the brain than those who do not.)

The corpus callosum is a group of nerve fibres which connects the left and right brain halves. The corpus callosum is very easily passed by knowledge (nerve impulses). So it doesn’t linger there much even though anything began on one side of the brain.

If people think, “I am the brain of the left” or “I am the brain of the right,” they do not apply to the sides of the brain. They apply to the manner in which knowledge is thought, understood or interpreted. There are various types of knowledge retrieval, but they do not complement particular brain halves.

Hopefully this would undermine any of the imagination theories.

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