Creative predisposition and creative activity in the context of brain functional asymmetry

http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:gbv:46-diss000007053
https://elib.suub.uni-bremen.de/peid=D00000705
urn:nbn:de:gbv:46-diss000007053
Gribov, Iourii
2002
Universität Bremen: Human- und Gesundheitswissenschaften
Dissertation
Creativity, geniality, innovation, aesthetics, brain hemispheres, EEGKreativität, Genialität, Innovation, Ästhetik, Gehirnhemisphären
Dissertation examines the neuronal nature of the creative abilities and social-cultural conditions for creativity. The cortex is considered as neuronal analyzer of space- and time-frequencies. It leads to the general concept of brain functional asymmetry: the left hemisphere (LH) works as the local and the right hemisphere (RH) as the global Fourier-filter. Corresponding concept of the muscular and neuronal Alpha-modules allows unified Fourier-description for perception / action (visual recognition, art aesthetics, etc.) and clarifies the functional role of EEG rhythms. Creative ability is regarded as result of the "functional mixing" in the RH, caused biologically - by the prenatal testosterone, with resulting left-handedness, ambidexterity, etc., or caused culturally - by the RH- Chinese writing, etc.). Additional RH-speech-center in the extended RH-temporal plana seems to be decisive for the creative geniality. This leads to the most creative adult/children dialogic mind (Da Vinci, Goethe, Mozart, Einstein, Sacharov, etc.) Fostering creativity considered being as the most important educational task of the coming global innovative culture.
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2005.10.24/12:16:12
Creative predisposition and creative activity in the context of brain functional asymmetry
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