Neural correlates of creative writing: an fMRI study.

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Cerebral activations involved in actual writing of a new story and the associated correlates with creative performance are still unexplored. To investigate the different aspects of the creative writing process, we used functional magnetic resonance imaging while 28 healthy participants performed a new paradigm related to creative writing: "brainstorming… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/hbm.21493

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@article{Shah2013NeuralCO, title={Neural correlates of creative writing: an fMRI study.}, author={Carolin Shah and Katharina Erhard and Hanns-Josef Ortheil and Evangelia Kaza and Christof Kessler and Martin Lotze}, journal={Human brain mapping}, year={2013}, volume={34 5}, pages={1088-101} }