Gray matter correlates of creative potential: A latent variable voxel-based morphometry study

@inproceedings{Jauk2015GrayMC,
  title={Gray matter correlates of creative potential: A latent variable voxel-based morphometry study},
  author={Emanuel Jauk and Aljoscha C. Neubauer and Beate Dunst and Andreas Fink and Mathias Benedek},
  booktitle={NeuroImage},
  year={2015}
}
There is increasing research interest in the structural and functional brain correlates underlying creative potential. Recent investigations found that interindividual differences in creative potential relate to volumetric differences in brain regions belonging to the default mode network, such as the precuneus. Yet, the complex interplay between creative potential, intelligence, and personality traits and their respective neural bases is still under debate. We investigated regional gray matter… CONTINUE READING
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