Applying the neuroscience of creativity to creativity training

Posted Posted in Research, Creativity Training, English

Balder Onarheim and Morten Friis-Olivarius

This article investigates how neuroscience in general, and neuroscience of creativity in particular, can be used in teaching “applied creativity” and the usefulness of this approach to creativity training. The article is based on empirical data and our experiences from the Applied NeuroCreativity (ANC) program, taught at business schools in Denmark and Canada.

The Efficacy of Teaching Creativity: Assessment of Student Creative Thinking Before and After Exercises

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Autors: Elena Karpova, Sara B. Marcketti, Jessica Barker

The purpose of this research was to assess effectiveness of creativity training by measuring student creative thinking before and after implementation of creativity exercises. The exercises were a systematic approach designed to help students experience and practice non-traditional ways of thinking to identify opportunities, to create, to evaluate, and to promote their ideas.