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Ebooks Picasso's Brain : The basis of creative genius PDF by Christine Temple for free Category: Neurosciences
The author of the book: Christine Temple
Edition: Little, Brown Book Group
Date of issue: 26 Jan 2017
EAN: 1780334281
ISBN: 9781780334288
Language: English
Format files: Epub, PDF
The size of the: 991 KB
City - Country: London, United Kingdom

Full description of the book "Picasso's Brain : The basis of creative genius":

Where does creativity come from? Why are some people more creative than others? Eminent neuropsychologist Christine Temple navigates a wide range of factors from the hard science (visual memory, spatial ability, brain functions) to the environmental (the 'mad genius' myth, and Gladwell's 10,000 hours of practice) in her study of what contributes to creativity. Using Pablo Picasso as her model of a creative genius, she weighs up each theory as it applies to Picasso and shows how his own creativity came from a combination of many factors. In this book, she looks at Picasso's playful mindset and passionate relationships PDF, investigates the possibility that genius is genetic and can be inherited in families, considers whether creative genii perceive the world in a different way, and determines whether single-mindedness and focus play a part. This is the first book to look at a multitude of traits in creativity, and nail down the key factors that matter (and also which ones don't) to provide an overall picture of this fascinating area, linking the science to the personal.

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About the author Christine Temple

Christine Temple was a respected neuroscientist, who had worked at Oxford, London and was the Founding Professor and first Head of the Department of Psychology at Essex University. At 33, she was the youngest-ever holder of a UK Chair in Psychology. She was instrumental in the emergence of the field of developmental cognitive neuropsychology, and had published widely. More recently, she has been pro-vice chancellor at Essex University. This book grew from both her psychological research interests and her passion for art - she was a collector of Picasso prints. Christine died in October 2014, aged 56.


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