Written by Sharon Kilarski.
If anyone doubts that our culture is obsessed with creativity, a quick survey of the available literature on the topic should satisfy.
The amount of scholarly interest on creativity in the last 50 years at least is mind-boggling. Psychologists, cognitive scientists, and philosophers have studied it, of course, but researchers in the fields of engineering, theology, and linguistics have looked into it as well. Studies have ranged from how moods, intelligence, and personality type are related to creativity, to how it affects mental health, economics, and neurological processes.
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