Creative thinking as orchestrated by semantic processing vs. cognitive control brain networks

@inproceedings{Abraham2014CreativeTA,
  title={Creative thinking as orchestrated by semantic processing vs. cognitive control brain networks},
  author={Anna Abraham},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
Creativity is primarily investigated within the neuroscientific perspective as a unitary construct. While such an approach is beneficial when trying to infer the general picture regarding creativity and brain function, it is insufficient if the objective is to uncover the information processing brain mechanisms by which creativity occurs. As creative thinking emerges through the dynamic interplay between several cognitive processes, assessing the neural correlates of these operations would… CONTINUE READING

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