By Zoï Kapoula, Marine Vernet
This edited monograph offers a compelling research of the interaction among neuroscience and aesthetics. The ebook broaches a large spectrum of issues together with, yet no longer constrained to, arithmetic and writer algorithms, neurosciences of inventive creativity, work and dynamical platforms in addition to computational learn for structure. The foreign authorship is surely interdisciplinary and the objective viewers essentially contains readers attracted to transdisciplinary study among neuroscience and the vast box of aesthetics.
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Kapoula and M. 1007/978-3-319-46233-2_3 31 32 Z. Kapoula and M. Vernet higher creativity is only expressed in dyslexic adults and hence results from compensatory mechanisms initiated in response to the speciﬁc difﬁculties associated with dyslexia (Everatt et al. 1999). Creativity is difﬁcult to deﬁne. Nevertheless, it is generally agreed that creativity is “the ability to produce work that is both original (new, unusual, novel, unexpected) and valuable (useful, good, adaptive, appropriate)” (Dietrich 2004; Sternberg and Lubart 1999).
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Aesthetics and Neuroscience: Scientific and Artistic Perspectives by Zoï Kapoula, Marine Vernet