Les Liens Créativité de la Semaine #1


Lumière, rejet social, nature : notre sélection hebdomadaire de liens sur la créativité

13 novembre 2016
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Sélection de la semaine

The Positive Effect of Walking on Creative Thinking

Four experiments demonstrate that walking boosts creative ideation in real time and shortly after.

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Outside Advantage: Can Social Rejection Fuel Creative Thought?

Eminently creative people working in fields as disparate as Physics and Literature refer to the experience of
social rejection as fuel for creativity.

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Darkness Sparks Creativity: How Dim Lighting Raises Self-Determination And Lowers Inhibitions

Bright light can detract from a person’s creativeness, new research reveals, while dim lighting can boost creativity substantially.

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Creativity in the Wild: Improving Creative Reasoning through Immersion in Natural Settings

Adults and children are spending more time interacting with media and technology and less time participating in activities in nature. This life-style change clearly has ramifications for our physical well-being, but what impact does this change have on cognition?

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How Creativity in Humor, Art, and Science Works: Arthur Koestler’s Theory of Bisociation

The discoveries of yesterday are the truisms of tomorrow, because we can add to our knowledge but cannot subtract from it.

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