Exposure, practice and training still play essential roles in shaping one’s creativity.
According to the latest study, neural circuits that are linked to the creativity centers of the brain gets altered when the artists try to express their emotions
While sarcasm is not automatically related to rudeness, it spells creativity, scientists find.
Smoking pot destroys creativity, a new study suggests.
According to a new study, creativity is a skill that people cannot perfect.
Pacing may boost creativity, a new study suggests. New findings reveal that thoughts flowed more smoothly when people walked as opposed to sitting down.
Painting, dancing, writing poems or other creative extracurricular activities may help boost productivity at work, according to a new study on job performance.
Creativity is the way our brains express our imagination. Painters, photographers, dancers, writers and all artists know the importance of it. We create when we think and observe, so essentially we all have the power to be creative.
Study found that creative people tended to make more mistakes than less creative people on an identification test.
People tend to admire others who are creative, but surprisingly, new research shows the most creative people could be the crankiest.
Study finds that stopping the brain from automatically filtering irrelevant data can improve creativity.
Drinking alcohol could enhance your ability to detect subtle changes, according to a new study.
They often show in movies how nerds get their revenge by getting ahead of everyone else and doing better than others. That's true, says research. According to a study by Professor Sharon Kim at John Hopkins University, social rejection can inspire imaginative thinking, especially in those who consider themselves different from others and sense of their own independence. "For people who already feel separate from the crowd, social rejection can be a form of validation," says Kim, lead author of the study."Rejection confirms for independent people what they already feel about themselves, that they're not like others. For such people, that distinction is a positive one leading them to greater creativity."