Cerebral blood flow associated with creative performance: A comparative study

@article{ChvezEakle2007CerebralBF,
  title={Cerebral blood flow associated with creative performance: A comparative study},
  author={Rosa Aurora Ch{\'a}vez-Eakle and Ariel Graff-Guerrero and Juan-Carlos Garc{\'i}a-Reyna and V{\'i}ctor Vaugier and Carlos Cruz-Fuentes},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2007},
  volume={38},
  pages={519-528}
}
Creativity is important for social survival and individual wellbeing; science, art, philosophy and technology have been enriched and expanded by this trait. To our knowledge this is the first study probing differences in brain cerebral blood flow (CBF) between highly creative individuals (scientists and/or artists socially recognized for their contributions to their fields with creativity indexes corresponding to the 99% percentile) and average control subjects while performing a verbal task… CONTINUE READING

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