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Descripción editorial

In a fascinating tour of creativity and the brain, Nancy Andreasen, professor of psychiatry at the University of Iowa and the winner of the National Medal of Science, explores how the human brain achieves creative breakthroughs--in art, literature, music, and science--the role of genes and environment, extraordinary creativity vs. ordinary creativity, and the question of genius and insanity.

She examines what extraordinary creators have said about creating and how their insights reflect particular qualities of creative people, and she includes her fascinating interview with the playwright Neil Simon, in which he described how his mind and brain work. This book offers insight into what creates the creative brain as well as advice to nurture creativity in both children and adults.

GÉNERO
Ciencias
NARRACIÓN
KR
Kate Reading
DURACIÓN
06:51
h min
PUBLICADO
2008
10 de octubre
EDITORIAL
Dana Press
PRESENTADO POR
Audible.com
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
TAMAÑO
317,2
MB

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