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What is the Origin of Creativity?

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  • May 20, 2021

As we know our brain is complex with many strings and structures connected and there are millions of neurons in it. The way we think and the way we perform an activity are very much dependent on this. Nowadays a lot of advanced technologies are evolving and giving us the way to reimagine the process of doing a particular task. Creativity makes a human very much motivated and develops a habit of thinking extremely well and out of the box. Now the question arises of how creativity develops into the mind and from which part it is originated. Scientists are doing lots of efforts in finding how this is happening. A new brain imaging study has studied the activity of the brain of jazz guitarists because it is being analyzed that the artists have one of the most creative minds of all time. During improvisation, the activity of one’s brain is recorded to show that creativity is driven primarily by the right hemisphere in most of the musicians who are inexperienced compared with others at improvisation. However, musicians who are highly experienced at doing improvisation rely upon their left hemisphere, mostly.

Innovative people and good thinker's ,creativity is the product of the right hemisphere and are considered as a right-brain thinker as their right part is very much active and all of their thought processes takes place from that region only. While left-brain thinkers are considered to be great in analytical and logical thinking as they analyze anything very quickly. Neuroscientists got shocked after they found out these results and they have argued that there is not enough evidence to support this kind of idea and ability as complex as human creativity. The level of creativity can go up to any level and so the results derived from having this type of creativity is very much amazing. By contemplating how mind movement changes with experience, this exploration may add to the advancement of new techniques for preparing individuals to be imaginative in their fields. For example, when an individual is a specialist, their presentation is created principally by generally oblivious, programmed measures that are hard for an individual to deliberately change, yet simple to disrupt in the attempt, as when hesitance makes an individual "gag" or falter. Conversely, tenderfoots' exhibitions tend to be under intentional, cognizant control.